A lecturer starting work today could be £208,000 worse off over the course of their retirement if Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) proposals take effect.
In a report prepared for University College Union (UCU) by First Actuarial, it was also revealed that lecturers who worked in post-1992 universities, or polytechnics, could miss out on as much as £385,000...
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