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Victoria lures business with $90m fund to boost jobs, economy - ABC Online

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Victoria lures business with $90m fund to boost jobs, economy
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Victoria will spend $90 million to attract businesses to the state to boost employment and the economy as car manufacturing and other industries wind down, the State Government has said. The Government said the money, in next week's budget, would be ...
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Manufacturing jobs in Victoria set for financial boost - Manufacturers ...Manufacturers' Monthly
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Victorian State Budget: Andrews government to find public sector ... - Herald Sun

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Victorian State Budget: Andrews government to find public sector ...
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HUNDREDS of young veterans will be given jobs in Victoria's public service as part of an employment push in next week's state Budget. The Herald Sun can ...
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Victoria's cashes in on lower Aussie dollar to drive job growth ... - Herald Sun

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Victoria's cashes in on lower Aussie dollar to drive job growth ...
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VICTORIA accounted for almost all of the new jobs created in Australia over the past year as the state cashed in on a lower Aussie dollar, surging population and ...

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Victoria University to slash jobs and bachelor degrees in doubt under sweeping new changes - Herald Sun

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Victoria University to slash jobs and bachelor degrees in doubt under sweeping new changes
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Up to 115 full-time academic teaching and supporting staff are expected to lose their jobs in the cuts, while others could be forced to take lower-paid positions. Victoria University confirmed the job losses were due to of a switch to a new “first year ...


Former police officers unveil plan to counter Victoria's crime crisis - Herald Sun

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Former police officers unveil plan to counter Victoria's crime crisis
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Mr Glare said: “There is something radically wrong with what is happening in policing in Victoria. “I can't for the life of me understand why there isn't some tracking of how long it takes to get to jobs. “If the system needs changing to see that those ...


Dialog IT creates 200 jobs in Victoria with Innovation Factory ... - CRN Australia

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Dialog IT creates 200 jobs in Victoria with Innovation Factory ...
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Dialog Information Technology has announced the Innovation Factory, which will be established in Melbourne.

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IT company Dialog sets up Victorian development base, bringing 200 jobs to the state - Herald Sun

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IT company Dialog sets up Victorian development base, bringing 200 jobs to the state
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Victoria was after a larger piece of that pie. Dialog managing director Alan Key said the graduate program would improve the tech skills in the state. “The Victorian government put together a strong case to attract Dialog's development centre into the ...


Big business lured to Victoria with public cash - The Age - The Age

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Big business lured to Victoria with public cash - The Age
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Big companies will be offered major financial incentives to set up in Victoria under a $90 million budget push to boost jobs and investment.

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457 visa reform still puts certain Australian jobs at risk - Herald Sun

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457 visa reform still puts certain Australian jobs at risk
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In 2015-16, there were 11,550 457 visas granted for Victoria, with the top jobs cook (830), developer programmer (580), ICT business analyst (530), analyst programmer (480), software engineer (390) and university lecturer (380). Indian nationals were ...

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Victorian economy goes from strength to strength, says Tim Pallas - Neos Kosmos

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Victorian economy goes from strength to strength, says Tim Pallas
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More jobs are being created in Victoria than in the rest of the country combined, according to a new report by Deloitte Access Economics (DAE) that predicts greater than anticipated growth in 2017-18, underpinned by strong household consumption and ...


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