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"The Work Choice Programme has given me the confidence and knowledge that enabled me to apply myself to the task of finding employment by gaining the conviction of my abilities."
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27th Jun 2013 9:29AM
The Salvation Army today (Thursday 27 June 2013) released a report highlighting its progress in bringing people back into employment in the government’s Work Programme.