The Australian Government is supporting job seekers and employers to connect in a rapidly changing jobs market.

If your career, job or business has been impacted by COVID-19, the information on this page may be able to assist

Please note, essential information relating to COVID-19 is available at

Jobs Hub

While many businesses have had to reduce their workforces because of COVID-19 restrictions, there are some industries which are in need of more staff, with different skills across a range of opportunities.

The Australian Government’s Jobs Hub offers online search tools that may help you to find jobs and career pathways in different industries which may suit your skills and abilities. It also enables you to search for jobs in your local area, and provide you the contact details of businesses and organisations with jobs available.

Click here to visit Jobs Hub, or by click on the button below.

Support for businesses

The Australian Government is providing a JobKeeper Payment to eligible employers to remain connected to their employees and to quickly re-activate their operations during economic recovery.

To find out if your business is eligible, click here or on the button below.

Support for businesses employing apprentices or trainees

The Australian Government is supporting business to manage cash flow challenges and to keep apprentices and trainees employed through a new Supporting Apprentices and Trainees wage subsidy.

A 50 per cent subsidy for wages paid to apprentices is available to small businesses, including those using a Group Training Organisation, to help retain existing apprentices and trainees.

To find out if your business is eligible, click here or on the button below.

Fair Work Ombudsman

If you need help to understand changes to your workplace entitlements and obligations, including amendments made to support the implementation and operation of the JobKeeper Scheme, visit the Fair Work Ombudsman's website by clicking here, on the button below, or by calling 13 13 94.

For all the latest coronavirus news, updates and advice from government agencies across Australia, click here, or visit by clicking on the button below.

You can also call the National Coronavirus Line on 1800 020 080 for information and advice.