“..Internet-Mana has launched its election campaign by promising 100,000 new jobs – nationwide full employment
– and an ambition to turn New Zealand into a ‘world-leading digital workforce’.
The party’s Right to Work policy outlines a plan to create 50,000 permanent jobs and 50,000 shorter term jobs a year over the next five years – as well as how the party would tackle youth unemployment.
It was launched at Western Springs College in Auckland today in front of a crowd of about 500 people..”
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