LIVE: Industry and Science Minister discusses jobs in tech sector after skills summit | ABC News

Live: industry and science minister discusses jobs in tech sector after skills summit | abc news

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Minister for Industry and Science, Ed Husic delivers an update on job opportunities in the science and technology industry, on the back of the Jobs and Skills Summit.

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