Job search is booming in Australia as the country’s economy recovers and young men, in particular, are looking for work.
The Federal Government has launched an employment program aimed at getting young men back into the workforce.
This is despite the Government’s recent decision to cut the number of job seekers from the workforce to less than 300,000 people by 2021.
The Government is seeking to find young men who are looking to work in the financial services industry and has also said it is working with other industry groups to help recruit new workers.
The young people who are being recruited will be trained to help manage financial institutions, assist with recruiting and monitor the financial industry.
Job seekers aged between 18 and 24 will also be eligible to apply for the National Job Centre.
Job centres have been used by other countries including the US and the UK.
The program is being run in partnership with the Financial Services Industry Association (FSIA), the National Council of the Australian Bar Association (NCAA), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
The program also includes a small number of non-government organisations.
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