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Mark Riley: Jobs Summit goals might be idealistic, but signs are promising

In explaining how he pulled together the two-day Jobs and Skills Summit this week, Treasurer Jim Chalmers sounded a lot like a parent organising a wedding.

“The reality is you can’t invite everyone that you would like to invite,” he said. “You’ve got to make some difficult decisions.”

Anyone who has had a wedding or organised one can sympathise with that.

Not everyone is going to be happy.

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