The Hon Luke Howarth MP
- Assistant Minister for Youth and Employment Services
The Hon Luke Howarth was sworn in as Assistant Minister for Youth and Employment Services on 22 December 2020.
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New round of Commonwealth Scholarships now open for young Australians
Young Australians and veterans can now apply for scholarships of up to $13,000 to cover the costs of an eligible vocational education and training (VET) qualification and internship.
Youth employment reaches decade high
Youth unemployment has fallen to levels not seen since 2008, with newly released ABS figures showing the youth unemployment rate declined this month from 10.9 per cent in November 2021 to 9.4 per…
A voice for young people on online safety
In an Australian first, the Morrison Government will establish an Online Safety Youth Advisory Council as a next step in its plan to make the online world safer and hold the social media giants to…
Helping job seekers make the most of emerging sectors in Gippsland
Job seekers looking to take advantage of emerging opportunities in Gippsland’s renewable energy sector will benefit from a new project under the Australian Government’s Local Recovery Fund.
439 Jobs on offer at Burnie Jobs Fair
A strong demand for workers across northern Tasmania is the driving force for a Morrison Government Jobs Fair to be held in Burnie on Tuesday 30 November.
Youth get a seat at the table
Young people are set to speak directly with decision-makers on the issues that affect them most at the next meeting of the Australian Government’s Youth Ro
Jobs on offer at Hobart Jobs Fair
The Morrison Government’s Hobart Jobs Fair will bring together local job seekers and businesses in and around Hobart on Thursday 2 December at Princes Wharf No 1.
Interview - 7BU Breakfast Burnie
E&OE SUBJECT/S: Burnie Australian Government Jobs Fair LUKE HOWARTH:
Interview - 7BU The Home Run
Subject: Burnie Australian Government Jobs Fair
Champions of Australia’s skills sector celebrated
Sixteen of the nation’s best apprentices, students, training providers, teachers and businesses have been recognised for their hard work and dedication at the 2021 Australian Training Awards.
Thousands of jobs on the menu at national jobs fair
The Morrison Government will put more than 25,000 jobs on the menu nationwide through a virtual jobs fair to connect Australia’s job seekers with in-demand jobs in the tourism and hospitality sectors.
Morrison Government’s network of Employment Facilitators now connecting job seekers with opportunities across the nation
The Morrison Government’s Local Jobs Program has completed its roll out of Employment Facilitators in all 51 employment regions.