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See Jobs, Education and Training Program.


Joint Industry Training and Education Council.


See Job Placement, Employment and Training Program.


See Jobs Pathway Program.


Joint Secondary Schools TAFE.


The Australian Bureau of Statistics defines job as: Any employment, full-time or part-time, lasting two weeks or more. Source: ABS, Persons not in the labour force, September 1998, p.42.

Job Guide

A guide produced by the Commonwealth Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, giving information on jobs, education and training pathways. The Job Guide is available as a book, on disk and on the internet at

Job Network

A network of private, community and government organisations assisting people to find jobs.

Job Placement, Employment and Training Program

(JPET) A government program assisting young people to overcome problems preventing them from maintaining stable accommodation and entering into education, training or employment.

Job seeker

A person looking for, and available for, work.

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Jobs Australia Ltd

The national peak association representing not-for-profit community-based organisations providing employment services to job seekers and employers. Formerly called National SkillShare Association.

Jobs Pathway Program

(JPP) A government program designed to assist students in the transition from school to work by developing links between schools, industry and the local community, and through support, guidance, education and training.

Jobs, Education and Training Program

(JET) A government program assisting eligible Centrelink clients to enter or re-enter the workforce through improved access to training, education and employment opportunities and assistance with childcare.

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