Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will make modifications to the JobMaker hiring credit score scheme after company leaders shunned the $4 billion program.
The scheme has delivered simply 521 jobs in its first six weeks.
Treasury predicted 10,000 jobs can be created by this stage in this system, which is predicted to generate a complete of 450,000 jobs.
Mr Frydenberg is getting ready to tweak eligibility necessities within the Might funds however is adamant the age cap for recipients will stay.
“Whereas the JobMaker program remains to be in its early phases, given the take-up up to now the federal government will look at its standards and settings within the context of the funds,” he advised the Australian Monetary Assessment.
Mr Frydenberg mentioned whereas general employment had recovered to pre-pandemic ranges, this was not the case for individuals aged beneath 35.
“It’s exactly this problem of getting youthful individuals into work that’s the motivation behind the JobMaker hiring credit score,” he mentioned.
The scheme offers employers $200 per week for any new rent aged beneath 29 and $100 for employees aged between 30 and 35.