Flexible learnings for better earnings

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Young people are finding it harder than ever to get jobs in a weak labour market, and those who
don’t finish year 12 are among the ones who find it the hardest of all. Flexible learning programs
support young people facing disadvantage to attain valuable educational qualifications and go on to find long-term work. Kitty te Riele explains how they work and the benefits they bring, both
for young people and broader society.

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