The latest census data shows health care and social assistance is driving employment in Geelong...
Geelong Addy Article 09/10/17
Geelong Region Local Learning and Employment Network (LLEN) chief executive officer Anne-Marie Ryan said the state’s “radically changing economy” left young people forced to accept to a series of short, casual “gigs” rather than ongoing employment.
Article from the Geelong Indy (05/10/17)
Community organisations joined forces to battle Geelong's youth unemployment.
Article from the Geelong Advertiser (31/07/17)
Students get a taste of what working in the health industry would be like through the Careers in Health program. Read more here
Article from Geelong Business News #252
Community Services & Health as a trending industry in the Geelong region. Read the full article here
Article in Geelong Business News #251
An overview of the work the GRLLEN does in assisting Geelong's jobseekers to find sustainable employment. Read the article here