jobactive is the Australian Government’s way to get more Australians into work. It connects job seekers with employers and is delivered by a network of jobactive providers in over 1700 locations across Australia.
Wage subsidies are a financial incentive to encourage employers to hire eligible participants in ongoing jobs by contributing to the initial costs of hiring a new employee. Wage subsidies can help to build a business and give employers greater flexibility in their hiring options.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment (the Department) purchases insurance for participants undertaking approved Employment Services activities, and combined liability insurance for job seekers and hosts of approved Employment Services activities and Community Support Projects.
Job Outlook is your online guide to careers and trends in the jobs market. It can help you find careers that match your interests, experience or skillset, and has the information you need to make a decision in your job search, study or training pathway.
The Local Jobs Program runs to 30 June 2022 in 25 regions throughout Australia. It brings together expertise, resources and access to funding at the local level to focus on reskilling, upskilling and employment pathways for people in each region. The program is part of supporting Australia...
The Social Enterprise Development and Investment Funds (SEDIF) offer finance and support to eligible social enterprises to help them grow their business and increase the impact of their work in their communities.
Connections for Quality displays information about employment services providers on the Australian JobSearch website, this includes how a provider can help job seekers and employers in their local area.
About Jobs Fairs
Jobs Fairs are free events that are conducted face-to-face or online by the Australian Government. These events are a great way for job seekers to connect with local employers to discuss current opportunities in their region.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment (formerly the Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business) regularly reviews the skilled migration occupation lists to ensure they are responsive to genuine skill needs across Australia. These lists underpin a range of...
The Collaborative Partnership on Mature Age Employment (the Partnership) raises awareness of age discrimination among employers, promotes the benefits of employing older workers and helps employers to manage an age-diverse workforce.
The EAF gives financial help to eligible people with disability and mental health conditions and employers to buy work-related modifications, equipment, Auslan services and workplace assistance and support services.
Employment Facilitators are an on-the-ground presence that support the delivery of the Local Jobs Program by bringing together key stakeholders including employers, employment service providers, and higher education and training organisations to work collaboratively.
The Australian Government undertakes research and analysis of employment trends across Australia to support government policy development. Employment related research in the areas of skill shortages, recruitment experiences, labour and skills needs and industry and employment trends is available.