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About 30 university lecturers on Monday gathered at the Education Ministry, demanding a salary raise equivalent to that which school teachers gained from the government's minimum wage hike policy. 

Under current government policy, state employees with a bachelor's degree receive a minimum monthly salary of 15,000 baht.

As a result, the monthly incomes of more than 400,000 teachers nationwide has increased. However, the salaries of university lecturers has not changed.

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