It depends on the subgroup you're talking about. Each group will have different access to employment and education.
I could speak about the people I work with. Oftentimes they may not be able to secure formal employment, because a lot of the young transpeople I work with haven't had their legal name changed. They haven't had their ID changed over, and you need your ID in order to get a job. That creates a lot of really big issues for most of the young people I work with.
As well, if you don't have a place to sleep, it's really hard to get back on your feet. If you're trying to access housing programs, you want to find a place to sleep; you want to find a home. However, you're experiencing institutional erasure, experiencing discrimination, homophobia, transphobia and violence, and you don't have your ID. There are so many things that are coming at you.
Especially if you're a transgender indigenous person, you then add racism on top of that as well. That person would be experiencing even higher rates of poverty and they would have an even more difficult time trying to access secure employment.