ESSA – Life in the Country – How do regional economies cope in the 21st century?


Having moved to Portland, Victoria, in January, as part of the Teach For Australia program, my economic experience has changed drastically. From studying economics at the University of Melbourne, I am now teaching it to VCE students at a rural secondary school. However, the biggest change has been in developing a greater understanding of the acute challenges that exist for regional economies, more prone to hardship as Australia’s two-speed economy has existed for the last decade or so.

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