World first regional refugee employment study launched in Wagga

Jeremy Eager
June 19 2024 - 8:30am
RAI Regional Impact and Education Director, Anna Stephenson, TBB Australian and New Zealand Director of Strategy, Jemma Bailey and UNSW Chief Investigator, Dr Claire Higgins, launching regional Australia's skills shortages and high-skill refugees' employment linkage research project at WWCC forecourt. Picture by Les Smith
RAI Regional Impact and Education Director, Anna Stephenson, TBB Australian and New Zealand Director of Strategy, Jemma Bailey and UNSW Chief Investigator, Dr Claire Higgins, launching regional Australia's skills shortages and high-skill refugees' employment linkage research project at WWCC forecourt. Picture by Les Smith

Employment in regional Australia could be boosted by a skilled refugee workforce, after a world first study was launched in Wagga on Tuesday.

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Jeremy Eager

Jeremy Eager

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Originally from Wollongong, Jeremy has made the move to The Daily Advertiser to tell the stories of the Riverina. Got a story to share? Email jeremy.eager@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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