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Should the minimum wage for under 20's be raised?

Kieran was joined by Paul Murphy, People Before Profit TD for for Dublin South-West and CEO of ISME, Neil McDonnell...

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18.11 15 Feb 2022


Should the minimum wage for under 20's be raised?


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The national minimum wage is €10.50 for people aged 20 and over, under 18 it’s €7.35, aged 18 it’s €8.40 and aged 19 it’s €9.45. People Before Profit

For more on this Kieran was joined by Paul Murphy, People Before Profit TD for for Dublin South-West and CEO of ISME, Neil McDonnell...

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