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Minimum wage increases didn’t kill jobs, may have boosted them: RBA economist

The annual increase in Australia s minimum wage has not killed jobs or cut hours for workers, according to new research that suggests those pay rises may have actually boosted employment. In research published on Wednesday, Reserve Continued The post Min

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