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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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  • in MEDIA, Uncategorized

    POSITION VACANT – EOB OFFICE MANAGER

    OFFICE OF THE HON ED HUSIC MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR THE DIGITAL ECONOMY SHADOW MINISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT SERVICES, WORKPLACE PARTICIPATION AND FUTURE OF WORK MEMBER FOR CHIFLEY OFFICE MANAGER (EOB) Applications are invited for the above full-time position based in Western Sydney. The principal duties of the position include: Managing the MP’s electorat...
  • in MEDIA, MEDIA RELEASES

    WELCOMING MOUNTAIN VIEW ADVENTIST COLLEGE $1.1 MILLION INVESTMENT IN LOCAL EDUCATION

    Federal Member for Chifley Ed Husic has welcomed the Mountain View Adventist College expansion of its Doonside campus at the official opening of its’ new Prep Centre today. The Centre has two large purpose built rooms, a quiet area and large outside play area complete with a bike riding track and sand pit. At the...
  • in MEDIA, MEDIA RELEASES

    Government urged not to neglect future of work

    Another important voice has urged the nation to think ahead about the shape of its future workplaces – and prepare people for the change. The Australian Information Industry Association’s call for government to help transition Australia’s workforce to be ready for change is a welcome addition to the debate about the future of work. AIIA CEO...

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