Welfare recipients fear a return to 'surviving' not living if JobSeeker goes back to pre-COVID levels

Jackson Worthington
Updated July 2 2021 - 1:59am, first published July 13 2020 - 4:30am
SURVIVING: Jeff Mitchell said the pre-COVID JobSeeker rate was enough to survive but not enough to have a good quality of life. Picture: Phillip Biggs
SURVIVING: Jeff Mitchell said the pre-COVID JobSeeker rate was enough to survive but not enough to have a good quality of life. Picture: Phillip Biggs

Jeff Mitchell of Newstead and Peta Bricknell of Ravenswood have both relied upon government support payments for about 30 years.

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Jackson Worthington

General news reporter with a special interest in social justice, the economy and family violence. Jackson.Worthington@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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