Doorstop - Tooheys Brewery, Lidcombe
Topics: Driving jobs growth in Sydney’s Inner-West, Advanced manufacturing, State of Origin
Interview - Channel 7, Sunrise with David Koch
Topics: Labour Force figures, getting Australians into jobs and training
Federal Budget delivers plan for jobs across Sydney’s Inner West
The Morrison Government’s Budget is securing Sydney’s economic recovery through protecting jobs today and making it easier for locals to get a job or for local businesses to hire someone tomorrow.
Interview - Triple J Hack with Ange McCormack
Topics: JobMaker, JobTrainer, youth employment
Sky News Live Afternoon Agenda with Kieran Gilbert
Topics: New tax in Victoria, April labour force figures , Coronavirus health response, Vaccine passports, Preselections
ABC News Afternoon Briefing with Patricia Karvelas
Topics: Latest unemployment figures, COVID vaccine rollout, NDIS
Doorstop – Greater Western Sydney Careers Market
Topics: Greater Western Sydney Careers Market, Labour Force Figures, NSW passes 60,000 on JobTrainer
Jobs Australia 2021 National Youth Forum
Good afternoon. It’s wonderful to be here virtually to wrap up the third and final session of Jobs Australia’s 2021 National Youth Forum. I’d like to thank Jobs Australia for organising this event,…
Youth unemployment falls to lowest level in 12 years
Latest workforce data shows more young Australians are in work, with almost 16,000 finding employment in April.
Labour Force April 2021: Full-time employment at a record high; unemployment rate drops to 5.5 per cent
Labour force figures released today show there were 13,040,400 Australians in work in April 2021, with the level of employment now 45,900 (or 0.4 per cent) above its pre-COVID level in March 2020…
New facilities for students at The Lakes Christian College
Staff and students at The Lakes Christian College in Castlereagh will benefit from a new outdoor multi-purpose area, funded as part of the Morrison Government’s Local Schools Community Fund Program.
More young Aussies to benefit from Duke of Edinburgh Awards
More young Australians will have the opportunity to take part in the world-renowned Duke of Edinburgh International Award thanks to a $3 million Morrison Government commitment in the 2021 Budget.