Key reforms must be guaranteed to tick off migration plan

17 August, 2022

The union movement has signalled support for expanded migration if key reforms are implemented.

Wages growth and investment in skills and training for Australian workers must be prioritised alongside expanding the yearly permanent migration program to 200,000 places, the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has said.

In the newly released Skilling the Nation: Addressing Australia’s skills and migration needs now and into the future report, the ACTU sets out 18 recommendations to improve the skills and migration systems including:

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