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Shirley Jackson is a PhD candidate in political economy at the University of Melbourne

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Gen Y Carers Don’t Want a Free Ride, So Welfare Reform Shouldn’t Single Them Out

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Shirley Jackson, Thursday, 22nd September 2016 -  The Coalition’s shakeup of welfare investment could deter young carers from seeking help, writes Shirley Jackson from the University of Melbourne in this article that first appeared in The Conversation.

Black Market Jobs Cost Australia Billions and Youth are at the Coalface

Shirley Jackson, Monday, 4th July 2016 -  Cash-in-hand jobs are a serious concern with an informal economy equivalent to as much as 15 per cent of Australia’s GDP, writes Shirley Jackson, PhD candidate in Political Economy, University of Melbourne, in this article first published in The Conversation.
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