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The report makes a series of recommendations and migrants, including international students, who currently represent 30 per cent of the aged care workforce, will play an important role in the sector recovery. An analysis released this week by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) estimates that within the next decade there will be a shortage of 110,000 direct aged-care workers, and this number could increase again to 400,000...
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More than ever, disability care workers are in high demand in Australia. Because of that, a lot of people who have never worked as a carer before have given a try to this “new world” and get surprised to genuinely like what they do Some people get attracted to this job because they love to help others and make difference in people’s lives, but others get attract because of the...
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We are finally beginning to see some light at the end of the tunnel with the NSW Government announced last week, where they present a new plan to welcome back International Students from as early as July-2021 The New South Wales Treasurer Dominic Perrottet had said his government plans to bring back 250 international students per fortnight from overseas to Sydney quarantined in specifically approved student accommodation, and then rise...
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Child Care services are considered essential social services especially now in the Covid 19 economy recovery. The Government is investing a further $1.7 billion investment in childcare and also commit $2 billion to fund preschools Giving more parents, especially women higher workforce participation. The sector is large, diverse and growing. Children’s education and care services operate under a number of different ownership/management arrangements, including private operators, community and non-profit organisations,...
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Even though Australia is one of the best countries to be now with this Global Pandemic going on, we still have many people who have their life affected by the Covid and now more than ever are desperate for support. With an increased number of vulnerable people, our community needs professional support in different areas of their life, such as financial counseling, mental health support, domestic and family violence support,...
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