'I work to live not live to work now'
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Real living wage makes difference to Assembly worker

Caitlin Perry says getting a real living wage for her job at the National Assembly makes a difference to her lifestyle.

She once worked on a minimum wage in a coffee shop but now is a venue booking assistant in Cardiff - on £8.45 an hour - after a successful apprenticeship.

She explains to BBC Wales economics correspondent Sarah Dickins how even a small wage rise can make a difference.

  • 18 Oct 2017
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