Are you a job seeker and using child care?
16 July 2020
Additional Child Care Subsidy Transition to Work provides more help with child care fees for some job seekers.
To get the Transition to Work subsidy you must get certain income support payments, like JobSeeker Payment or Parenting Payment. You also need to be eligible for Child Care Subsidy and doing 1 or more of the following:
- looking for a job
How long you can get this extra help for depends on what activity you’re doing.
Find out about eligibility for the Transition to Work subsidy.
We explain the difference between JobSeeker Payment and JobKeeper Payment.
As a job seeker, you need to know the upcoming changes and things you need to do to keep getting your payments.
Page last updated: 27 July 2020
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