A new report from the Grattan Institute reveals recent migrants within the past five years are twice as likely to be underpaid than long-term residents with similar skills in the same jobs.
The report also mentions in 2022, between 5% to 16% of employed recent migrants were paid less than the national minimum wage.
From high-class restaurants in hospitality or in heavy labor jobs in agriculture, these migrants may earn less than $10 an hour.
The Wire’s Toni Pankaluic spoke with Tyler Reysenbach, an Associate at the Grattan Institute to find out more…
Produced By: Toni Pankaluic
Featured In Story: Tyler Reysenbach, an Associate at the Grattan Institute
First aired on The Wire, Monday 12 June 2023