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Fiona Phillips MP launches the Gilmore Jobs and Skills Summit survey

The Federal Government’s Jobs and Skills Summit is set to play an important role in addressing Australia’s jobs and skills challenges over coming years. The summit will be held in Canberra on 1-2 September and will bring together people who can speak to the unique labour market experiences of women, First Nations Australians, Australians with a disability, Australians from diverse backgrounds, youth and older Australians. To ensure local voices are heard at the summit, Member for Gilmore, Fiona Phillips MP has launched the Gilmore Jobs and Skills Summit survey.

The survey will gather ideas from local businesses, community organisations and individuals about the key jobs challenges facing the South Coast for consideration at the summit.

“As your local MP, I want to hear ideas from across our community about how we can address the jobs and skills issues we are facing here on the South Coast,” Fiona Phillips said.

“The Jobs and Skills Summit will look at how we can build a bigger, better trained and more productive workforce, as well as improve wages and seize opportunities for more Australians.”

“I want to make sure local voices are heard in this process, so I am encouraging everyone with ideas to share to participate in Gilmore’s Jobs and Skills Summit Survey.”

“I will be providing this feedback directly to the Taskforce for consideration at the Summit,” Mrs Phillips announced.

The survey is now open and submissions close on 24 August 2022. The survey can be found here. https://fionaphillips.com.au/campaigns-petitions/campaigns-petitions/community-survey-jobs-skills-summit/

Further information on the Jobs and Skills Summit is available here. https://treasury.gov.au/employment-whitepaper/jobs-summit


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