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Too old to work, too young to die – The Monthly

Pension changes, age discrimination and workplace automation are driving older Australians into poverty BY WARWICK SMITH First published in The Monthly Friday, 30th September 2016 The first of October is the International Day of Older Persons. The United Nations want … Continue reading

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A super con – The Monthly

Why compulsory superannuation benefits the financial industry and the rich at the expense of everyone else Published at The Monthly By Warwick Smith Tuesday, 24th March 2015 Superannuation is mostly a con. It involves the funnelling of vast amounts of … Continue reading

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The war on waged labour – The Monthly

This piece published today at The Monthly online. The war on waged labour Penalty rates are under threat. What is at stake? By Warwick Smith – Monday, 9th March 2015 Despite┬ábeing haunted by┬áthe spectre of WorkChoices, the campaign by the … Continue reading

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