Almost half a billion promised to boost Queensland jobs | 7NEWS

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Is a new golden era in Queensland about to begin? We’re growing faster than any other state and unemployment is plummeting. Within days the State Government will deliver its budget. The first announcement: almost half a billion dollars to skill jobseekers.

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