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How are PhD students meant to survive on two-thirds of the minimum wage?

By Nathan Garland, Lecturer in Applied Mathematics and Physics, Griffith University
Shaun Belward, Associate Dean Learning and Teaching, College of Science & Engineering, James Cook University
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PhD students draw on their specialised and advanced skills to make a vital contribution to Australian research. Putting them on an income that’s below the poverty line doesn’t reflect their value.The Conversation

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