Poor left behind as nation surges ahead

Poor left behind as nation surges ahead

Those Left Behind examines the prospects of people without paid work and sole parents compared to the wider community. The study, which is being launched on Sunday to mark Anti-Poverty Week, notes median household incomes have grown 45 per cent since June 2000 with Age and Disability Support Pensions almost keeping pace.

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