$7.5 million for programs to pull workers to visitor economy

Thursday, July 27, 2023


The Albanese Government is assisting to reconstruct the tourism workforce of Australia. They are providing state and territory governments and committees related to tourism a share of $7.5 million for programs that has the power to draw workers to the visitor economy.

Among a number of Albanese Government measures, the Choose Tourism program is one such agenda that is working in affiliation with business, targeted at assisting to deal with the shortages of workforce all over tourism.

Under the program, grants will allow the states and territories to build up new campaigns and programs, expand on present activities to draw fresh workers, and make sure that they have the aptitude to bring in quality tourism experiences for their visitors.

Don Farrell, Minister for Trade and Tourism, said that Tourism Ministers all over country have joined in their obligation to revive the visitor economy of Australia by 2024 and take it to the levels of pre-COVID expenditure of $166 billion and grow it to $230 billion by 2030.

The Albanese Government is all set to grow their tourism and to attain that they need to make sure that they have the labor force they require, Minister Farrell said.

Choose Tourism grants will finance a wide variety of activities like mentoring, jobs expos, targeted media promotions, and exact industry training.

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