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Labour Supporting Occupations Household Income - Then And Now

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a decade ago - a primary school teacher would rapidly get promoted (irrespecti9ve of competence) to £35000 per year plus a fantastic pension deal, and a ticket collector on a regional train company would get about 20k, as the latter would also assume safety responsibility on the train

latterly, to save costs, train companies are permitted to do away with formal guards and either have no ticket collection on train or a simpel ticket issuer with no saefty responsibility )which is passed to the driver)- so gets only 10k, and lucky if still has a job

the money conveyer belt for teacher advancement has stopped leaving new teachers trapped on theit 20k introductory salaries, if they have a job at all

net result - houehold income of such an equivalent couple has halved in one electoral cycle

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About half of all jobs are going to be cut over the next few decades because of automation. They are going to have to bring in a citizens income unless they want widespread social unrest.

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