'I earned more as a student than I have since'
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'I earned more as a student than I have since'

The global financial crisis has left people's wages an average of 3% below what they were a decade ago, new research has found.

That amounts to £800 each year, but it's even worse for people in their thirties: they earn around £2,100 a year less than the same age group did in 2008.

BBC Radio 5 live spoke to food scientist Carol-Ann Costello, who says she earned more working as a student than she has most years since graduating.

Video producer: Hannah Gelbart

  • 12 Sep 2018
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