At 12 per cent, WA’s youth unemployment is twice the state’s average across all age groups.

Wages decision could cost workers

It’s easy to assume the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission’s recent decision to raise the minimum wage by 1.9 per cent is good news for low-paid workers.


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