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Federal Government announces $1.2b for apprentices and trainees | ABC News

Trainees and apprentices who are put on the books from tomorrow will have half their wages covered by taxpayers for 12 months.

The jobs creation scheme will feature in Tuesday’s federal budget, which will see spending at levels not seen for more than half a century.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg sat down with political editor Andrew Probyn.

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