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PROUD TO SERVE THE PEOPLE OF CHIFLEY

I was raised in western Sydney and educated at Blacktown South Public School and Mitchell High School. I was among the initial wave of students to graduate from the University of Western Sydney.

Since I was elected to Federal Parliament in 2010 I have fought hard for local jobs, education, infrastructure and decent healthcare because I know how important they are to this community.

I am also passionate about the digital economy creating the jobs of the future. There are so many small businesses in this area that need good, fast broadband to compete and I will continue to fight for them.

Currently I am serving as the Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy and the Shadow Minister for Employment Services, Workforce Participation and the Future of Work.

ED HUSIC MP
Federal Member Chifley

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    Address to AFR Innovation Summit: Leadership matters, the future of work depends on it

    Good morning and special thanks to the Australian Financial Review for the invitation to speak, particularly editor- in-chief Michael Stutchbury and technology editor Paul Smith. I’ve said for some time that the AFR – with its determined focus on Australian tech – is playing an absolutely crucial role in supporting local tech, particula...
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    Employment Opportunity

    Office of the Hon. Ed Husic MP Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy Shadow Minister for Employment Services, Workforce Participation and Future of Work Federal Member for Chifley   Adviser (Media/Parliamentary) Applications are open for a full-time media adviser role based in Western Sydney. Applicants for this position are expected to poss...
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    Address to Global Access Partners 8th Annual Economic Summit: Think Digital or Become History

    Good morning everyone. I’d like to thank Global Access Partners for inviting me to speak today, particularly managing director, Catherine Fritz-Kalish. There are a number of other people that I’d also like to acknowledge: Phillip Ruddock and Heather Ruddock, good morning to you both. Some former colleagues in Stephen Conroy and Bruce Billson are he...

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