Arrow Back to archive Arrow Back to Friday Share Facebook Twitter Twitter Jobseeker, Keeper leading to fall in calls for debt help Play Stop Image sourced from: Unsplash, photographer: Alexander Andrews The National Debt Helpline has seen a 20 per cent drop in the number of calls between mid-March to mid-April from last year. It comes as experts fear an impending recession and an increase in unemployment rates due to COVID-19. Download Audio Friday, May 15 2020 Produced By Sarah Richards Featured in story Maura Angle - Director of Community Engagement, National Debt Helpline Dr Tracey West - Behavioural Finance Lecturer, Griffith University Category Politics & Economy TagsCOVID-19DebtFinanceJobkeeperJobseeker Arrow Back to archive Arrow Back to Friday Share Facebook Twitter Twitter Tumblr Other stories from this day: Parents’ thoughts on kids going back to school Creating an army of killer cells to combat malaria Select Committe on COVID-19: Is it up for the job? Eyes on NSW, QLD as birth certificate laws start in Victoria You might also be interested in: Quashing Vaccine Concerns; Why No Australian Has to Worry About the Safety of Any Covid-19 Vaccine Eighty per cent of Australians need the COVID jab to open up: report Covid in the Air – Delta Strain Poses Greater Airborne Threat Should the Olympics Really Go Ahead? How long should you wait between your AstraZeneca jabs?