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Hutter v Technische Universität Graz - ignoring experience gained prior to age 18 when setting pay rate is age discrimination

Austrian Mr Hutter was born in 1986. Along with a colleague who was 22 months older, he was apprenticed from September 2001 to March 2005, and then employed by TUG as a laboratory technician for three months by TUG. The colleague was paid at a higher rate than Mr Hutter, on the basis that she had done 28.5 months apprenticeship after age 18 (the age of majority) whereas he had done only 6.5 months apprenticeship after age 18.

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