The purpose of the study is to explore the exclusion of economic and employment experiences for the indigenous and the advantages they have, as well as to how they use their advantages to response to the exclusion of economic and employment. The study of the issue of indigenous employment is based on the strength perspective called " power ", such as personal resilience , social capital and cultural context for interaction between and among the three , to explore urban indigenous exclusion of economic and employment history. This study is urban indigenous tribes case study field based , using depth interviews, studying from the inside of the culture through field observations in an attempt to understand the perspectives of the respondents on the specific issues . The results from the study are: 1. The indigenous are easy to adapt and learn from the Hans for the flexibility and resilience they have, along with the advantage of being hardworking. 2. With the advantages of having urban indigenous relatives, they carry forward the traditional spirits of mutual help to enhance the urban viability for urban indigenous. 3. The indigenous communities gain more advantages after going through the process of integration which acquires a dual cultural outlook. 4. Urban indigenous think that with the work and social experiences they have gained through start working at a younger age, they have the advantage and are able to perform more resilience in workplace thanks to the background they have. 5. Urban indigenous pointed out that jumping out of the frames makes the disadvantage an advantage. The originality and uniqueness of the indigenous minority has turn out to be the highlight and help them become irreplaceable in the workplace. 6. The indigenous who are scattered in urban areas are easy to be hanized , but by forming their own tribes help to maintain the ethnicity. Indigenous social networks become the biggest advantage for them to survive in the society.