Shake-a-Leg Provides More Jobs For Young Australians

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Image source: Shake-a-Leg website

Image source: Shake-a-Leg website

Jobs2014 is the nation’s biggest community-inspired employment drive and it aims to create jobs for 2014 young people in the next eight weeks.

Shake a Leg organisation is a community partner of the campaign and wants to ensure that young Indigenous Australians get jobs as Apprentices or Trainees

Throughout the duration of the apprenticeship or traineeship they offer a mentoring program to help indigenous apprentices’ and trainees complete their qualification.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has endorsed the campaign, saying young people hungry for an opportunity need employers to give them a chance.

Interview with Program Manager of Shake-a-Leg:

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