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Minimum wages to rise by $15 per week MP3

Australia's lowest paid workers will get an extra $15 in their weekly pay packet from July. That's after the Fair Work Commission today lifted the minimum wage by 2.4 per cent. Around 1.8 million Australians earn the minimum wage. Unions had been pushing for a boost of $30 per week and say they had hoped for more, especially considering the economic conditions. The Australian Retailers Association says the rise is mo... Source: abc.net.au

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