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The budget promises jobs, but does little for workers in the gig economy

  • Written by Nat Kassel, PhD Candidate, Griffith University
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Treasurer Josh Frydenberg promised a federal budget focused on “jobs, jobs, jobs”. In one sense he didn’t disappoint. His budget speech mentioned jobs 37 times – an average of about once a minute.

“This budget is all about jobs,” he declared. But it wasn’t about all jobs.

While the budget...

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