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Reboot the Economy with Productivity

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Australia's productivity growth—measured as the change in what we produce each hour that we work—has slumped in recent years and, without action, our disappointing performance will worsen.

The consequences of weak productivity growth can translate into slower growth in our living standards.

To put productivity back on the right track,we need to embrace opportunities for structural reform. The NSW Productivity Commission’s 2021 White Paper is showing the way.

Check their recommendations.

https://www.productivity.nsw.gov.au/sites/default/files/2021-06/Productivity%20Commission%20White%20Paper%202021%20-%20Executive%20Summary.pdf

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Lynn Wood @ 2022.06.04 4:55 PM

Update about the importance of recommendation 2.2 and teachers 

https://amp.abc.net.au/article/101121632


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By Lynn Wood

21 May 2022



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