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How Early Childhood is giving lost Aussie school-leavers hope for job stability

A new campaign targeting 2021 graduates is urging them to consider one of the most ‘future-proof’ careers in Australia: early childhood and care (ECAC). Lincoln Bridge Tweet On September 24, the Big Roles in Little Lives campaign went live across YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat and Facebook. The message encourages the high school class of 2021 to think …

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Qld kids can start kindy at age 3 from 2022

Kindergarten and school transitions will be easier for thousands of children after Minister for Education Grace Grace announced a targeted program for at-risk and disadvantaged three-year-olds. Lincoln Bridge Tweet Over 400 pre-selected childcare centres offering kindergarten programs will take part in the Kindy uplift pilot starting from term 2, 2022. Announced on September 2, the …

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7 reasons childcare centres are outperforming other investments, and smart buyers know it

We think of the best-performing assets as property and shares. But what if there was an investment that combined both, buoyed by a robust industry, growing long-term demand, and powerful government backing? Here’s 7 reasons daycare centres are showing up as a top profitable performer, and why you should consider it, too – especially in …

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How new childcare subsidies will supercharge enrolments and help close gender pay gap

Families have to weigh up the cost of childcare versus their working income. The result has been a significant pay gap between working men and stay-at-home or part time working women. The new subsidy reform might change all that. Table of Contents Announced May 2021, the Federal Government’s new changes to the Child Care Subsidy …

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How childcare educators are a fierce new ally for our little domestic violence victims

Since the global pandemic began – when there was no safe haven of childcare for unreported child victims of family violence – we’ve realised how serious our educators are in championing our youngest generation. Table of Contents During quarantine and beyond, we didn’t just experience isolation, job loss and economic regression. Women and children became …

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