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Western Sydney faces major employment headaches and a jobs deficit of around 300,000 as its population balloons in the coming decades, according to a new report. The population of Sydney's west is expected to grow to 9.9 million by 2036, and the National Growth Areas Alliance is concerned there will not be enough jobs.

According to their report, close to 500,000 who live in the area will need to travel to other suburbs to work every day.

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