The great jobs mismatch in rural and regional Victoria

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Parts of rural and regional Victoria have some of the highest rates of unemployment and youth  unemployment in the state. Doug Sharp explains the great jobs mismatch that is going on in rural and regional areas and spells out some strategies for fixing it.

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