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Mar 09, 2021

Wage subsidy extension tipped to bring 70,000 jobs

Wage subsidy extension tipped to bring 70,000 jobs

A wage subsidy program for apprentices and trainees will be extended for 12 months in a move expected to generate 70,000 new places nationwide. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said 100,000 new apprenticeship positions had been snapped up within five months under the fully-subscribed Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements program. The program will now become demand driven and…

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