Younger USS staff to lose up to £200,000 in retirement

University and College Union cites ‘damning evidence’ published this week

Hope William-Smith
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Global losses across current Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) scheme members will be £16bn-£18bn with those under 40 to between £100,000 and £200,000 each in retirement, research shows.

Research published this week in a University of Cornell journal by University and College Union (UCU) USS negotiator Jackie Grant claims the impact of cuts to the scheme will see 196,000 university...

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