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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Local recovery fund open for local jobs pathways
The Australian Government’s Local Recovery Fund is now open for 25 select regions experiencing high unemployment to develop local and tailored projects, to help Australians get back into work and…
Infection control training underway in Western Australia
Infection control training is underway in Western Australia as part of an $80 million Infection Control Training Fund joint investment by Australian and state and territory governments.
New Round of Commonwealth Scholarships Open For Young Australians
Young Australians who live in 10 selected regions experiencing high youth unemployment can now apply for a Vocational Education and Training (VET) quali
The ABS labour force figures for September
Labour force figures released today by the ABS reflect the ongoing impact of COVID-19, border closures and restrictions on Australia’s labour market activi
Interview 2GB Drive with Jim Wilson
E&OE SUBJECT/S: Latest unemployment data
Future of Work Partnership
The Morrison Government is working with businesses to improve training and create job opportunities for Australians.
Tasmania Virtual Jobs Fair Connects Job Seekers with Employers
A virtual jobs fair showcasing employment opportunities around Tasmania will be held on Wednesday 14 October 2020.
Significant Boost for Skills Training in Western Australia
The Commonwealth Government and the WA State Government have launched the Western Australian JobTrainer Agreement.
Vital support for Australian Farmers
The Australian Government is committed to ensuring Australia’s agriculture sector has access to the labour force it needs.
Tailored careers support for school leavers
A new targeted support package for young people is helping to tackle the uncertainty around leaving school and choosing the right career pathway.
Interview with Triple M Melbourne
Interview with 6PR Live
EO&E SUBJECTS: Apprenticeship wage subsidy for Australians; WA border closures