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JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE ON MIGRATION: Committee affirms value of Working Holiday Maker program - Working Holiday Makers make a significant contribution through tourism spending & supplementing the seasonal workforce

The JSCOM has tabled its final report into the Working Holiday Maker Program.

“During this inquiry, the Committee received highly compelling evidence on the ongoing importance of the Working Holiday Maker program to Australia,” Committee Chair Julian Leeser MP said.

“Working Holiday Makers make a significant contribution to Australia, not only through their tourism spending, but by supplementing the seasonal workforce, and through cultural exchange,” Mr Leeser continued.

This report builds on the findings of the interim report and calls for the measures taken in response to that report to be promoted.

Source: Committee-affirms-value-of-working-holiday-maker-program.pdf AND Final-report-of-the-inquiry-into-the-working-holiday-maker-program.pdf

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