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Aged care workforce shortages require action from the Jobs Summit & resourcing for high quality care

5 September 2022

While reforms to improve the quality of aged care are welcome, the government must also consider how to resource providers to meet higher standards.

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Young people must be at the centre of the government’s jobs and skills plan

31 August 2022

The new Labor government has a historic opportunity to boost young people’s wellbeing as part of its economic agenda—here’s how.

Travers McLeod

“Freedom within a framework” – how Australia’s universities can make a full economic contribution

30 August 2022

Is now the moment to (re)introduce an independent “buffer body” for the tertiary sector that will enable universities to respond to future jobs, skills and research needs?

Libby Hackett

Digital solutions to Australia’s youth mental health crisis

29 August 2022

Digital technologies offer an opportunity to tackle Australia’s youth mental health crisis. But effective solutions will require us to think innovatively and listen to the voices of young people with first-hand experience.

Amira Skeggs

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