Fair Work Commission awards 2.5 per cent minimum wage increase | ABC News

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The increase brings the minimum wage for Australia’s lowest-paid workers to $20.33 an hour, or $772.60 a week for full-time workers, and will mean an extra $18.80 a week for Australia’s lowest-paid full-time workers.

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