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JobMaker was meant to support 450,000 jobs. The real figure is just 1 per cent of that

One of the key elements touted in the October 2020 federal budget, JobMaker promised $4 billion over two years in taxpayer funds to pay employers to hire workers under the age of 30.

JobMaker was meant to support 450,000 jobs. The real figure is just 1 per cent of that
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  • Shared from ABC News
  • October 13, 2021
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The hiring credit paid employers up to $200 a week for creating new jobs for people aged 16 to 29 years who were on JobSeeker, Youth Allowance or the Parenting Payment, and $100 a week for 30- to 35-year-olds.

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