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A slow climb for the National Minimum Wage

A slow climb for the National Minimum Wage

Wednesday 4 March 2015Student Journalists

The Low Pay Commission (LPC), an independent body that advises the government on the country's national minimum wage, has recommended that there be a 3 per cent rise, reports NUS Journalist James McCrory. That would mean that the majority of workers in Britain would, for all their hard work and contribution to the economy, receive a whopping pay rise of, wait for it, 20 pence.

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The Digital Revolution

The Digital Revolution

Thursday 26 February 2015Student Journalists

Digital innovation has revolutionised the way in which the world runs. Digital industries are booming and pretty much every other sector is being affected by the changes too. Students now find themselves graduating into this world and universities should ensure that their graduates are equipped and well versed in the digital skills required in the job market today.

Digital innovation has revolutionised the way in which the world runs. Digital industries are...

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