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CBA announces 10 year \'Indigenous employment parity\' target MP3

The Commonwealth Bank has announced it will significantly raise the number of Indigenous Australians it employs. The bank wants to have at least 3 per cent of its Australian workforce represented by Indigenous employees by 2026. In 2015, official figures show Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students made up just 5.3 per cent of total enrolments in Australia's schools. Source: abc.net.au

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