Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
- Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business
Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash was sworn in as Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business on 29 May 2019.
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STEM inspires our Australians of the Year
Two scientists, a mathematics teacher and a WA sports star have been honoured in this year’s Australian of the Year Awards.
New PaTH supporting youth employment in Queensland
More young people have signed up to the Turnbull Government’s Youth Jobs PaTH program in Queensland than in any other state.
Investing in the future of our Great Barrier Reef
The Turnbull Government will support world-first research to secure the viability of the Great Barrier Reef and the 64,000 jobs that rely on its prosperity.
Reforming future employment services
Minister for Jobs and Innovation, Michaelia Cash, today announced work is commencing on shaping future employment services when the current arrangements end in mid-2020.
Seeking organisations to help mature age Australians into work
The Australian Government today announced that requests for proposals (RFP) will be open from tomorrow for organisations to deliver its Career Transition Assistance (CTA) Trial to mature age…
2017 Strongest year on record for jobs growth
The number of jobs in Australia increased for the 15th straight month in December – the equal longest consecutive run of jobs growth ever, while 2017 was the best year for jobs growth ever.
Doorstop interview, Perth - Labour force figures
E&OE TRANSCRIPT – Doorstop Perth Subjects: Labour force figures, Australia Day, Tasmanian abortion clinic closure, Kristina Keneally, AWU raids.
Whyalla transformation plan welcomed
The Australian and South Australian Governments today welcomed GFG Alliance’s (GFG) announcement of a final concept plan to transform the Whyalla Steelworks in South Australia.
Appointment as Minister for Jobs and Innovation
I am honoured the Prime Minster has today appointed me to the new portfolio of Minister for Jobs and Innovation.
Boosting critical supercomputing research infrastructure
The Turnbull Government will deliver $70 million to the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) High Performance Computing (HPC) facility to replace its supercomputer.
14 consecutive months of jobs growth
Labour force figures released today by the ABS show the number of jobs in Australia has increased for the 14th straight month – the longest consecutive run of jobs growth since 1994.
13 consecutive months of jobs growth
Labour force figures released today by the ABS show the number of jobs in Australia has increased for the 13th straight month – the longest consecutive run of jobs growth since 1994.