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Scott Morrison Doesn’t Understand Wage Growth, Or The System Trashing It (Ahem… Capitalism)

If you have a good job but find your income is stagnating or falling, your experience is backed by official data, writes Ian McAuley. On Wednesday the ABS released its survey on wages, showing that over the year to June average hourly wages rose by only 1.9 per cent. Over the same period consumer prices [...] The post Scott Morrison Doesn’t Understand Wage Growth, Or The System Trashing It (Ahem… Capitalism) appeared first on New Matilda.
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