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Graduate Job Readiness

By: McCrindleThe transition from being a student into the turbulence of the workforce is a significant milestone in a young person’s life.It signifies the beginning of newfound independence and responsibility, which can be exciting and overwhelming for some. For most students, the trajectory...

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Counting Down to Census 2021

By: McCrindleMore than 5,800 years after the world’s first ever census, the 2021 Australian Census is just under 200 days away.As demographers, there are fewer exciting occasions in our calendar! As the largest statistical collection undertaken in Australia, the Census of Population and...

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Positive Economic Outlook for Australia in 2021

By: McCrindleWhile 2020 began with hope and optimism for a new year and decade, the COVID-19 pandemic quickly took hold of the world, and the subsequent lockdowns and restrictions having many personal impacts for people, but also on the economy. Despite a tough year in 2020, economists...

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Australia, A Global Leader in Unity

By: McCrindleAlthough 2020 presented unforeseen challenges, it saw Australians come together to show the mateship we are known for.  In this ‘lucky country’, three in five Australians (59%) believe that over the next three years, Australia will become more united.This is in stark...

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Perhaps Australia is the Lucky Country After All

By: McCrindleDespite the challenges presented in 2020, 85% of Australians say that they are happy when they think about their life overall. Two in five Australians (41%) believe they are happier than the average Australian, with a further 40% believing they are equally as happy as the average...

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New Life Expectancy and Death Data

By: McCrindleAustralians are now forecast to live longer than ever according to the latest ABS data. Men born today are forecast to live until 80.9 years, and women will live even longer, up to 85 years.The changes in life expectancy over the last three decades have favoured men more than women....

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Top Ten Trends for 2021

By: McCrindle2020 was a year unlike any other. Our year in review showed the vast changes and important social, political, global and cultural events that took place. As we look ahead to 2021, it’s important for leaders to have foresight, and to be able to see things not just as they are,...

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2020 Year in Review

By: McCrindleThe year 2020 will go down in history as one of the most unprecedented and challenging years of modern times. From the Australian bushfires to COVID-19, Black Lives Matter and the U.S election, it has been a tumultuous year of change. Here, we take a look at this iconic year in...

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New Research Shows 1 in 4 Aussies Has a Tattoo

By: McCrindleWith Summer upon us, Australians are opting for the usual attire of shorts and beachwear. With more skin on display, if there is a perception that we’ve become more tattooed than ever – that’s because we have.One in four Australians has a tattooAustralia is...

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Resilience Amidst the Pandemic

By: McCrindleDespite the challenges that 2020 has presented, Australians are finding the silver lining and displaying the strength of the Aussie spirit that we are so proud of.According to our third phase of research exploring the impacts of COVID-19, almost nine in ten Australians (87%) agree...

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