Life on JobKeeper: Swapping aspiration for inspiration

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Mcinerney, Lea
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Hay, Ashley
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2021
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What happens when you don't have to worry about money? When Lea McInerney (Melbourne) qualified for JobKeeper during Melbourne's 2020 lockdown, she suddenly found herself with a writer's most precious commodity: time.

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