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The $50 boost to JobSeeker will take Australia's payment from the lowest in the OECD to the second-lowest after Greece

By Peter Whiteford, Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
Bruce Bradbury, Associate Professor, Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW
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Fifty dollars sounds like a lot. But the increase in the JobSeeker unemployment benefit announced by Prime Minister Morrison on Tuesday is $50 per fortnight, which is just $25 per week. It will replace the temporary Coronavirus Supplement of $75

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