The Silver Lining of COVID-19 – Fewer Colds and Flus

By: McCrindleAustralians are projected to experience an average of 2.5 fewer colds and flus as a result of social distancing and hygiene practicesMore than two in five Australians (41%) have experienced fewer colds and flus since social distancing and hygiene practices were introduced compared to...

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The Future of Work and the Skills Needed

By: McCrindleThe future of work is defined by more than just technological change. It is also impacted by sociological change.As of 2020 there were more Australians born since 1980 than before it, meaning that Generation Y (born 1980 to 1994), Generation Z (1995 to 2009) and Generation Alpha (born...

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Australia’s Top Baby Names 2020

By: McCrindleEach year Australia’s states and territories publish the top names given to babies in the previous year. McCrindle collates this data from the respective states and territories, analyses it, and uncovers the nation-wide trends. The data is in, and Australia’s top baby...

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The Impact of COVID-19 on the Next Generation

By: McCrindleThere is a generation that comprises more than 1 in 7 people, who are influencing the purchasing power of their household and are key to the future, yet few people have heard of them. Within the next four years they will outnumber the Baby Boomers, and many of them will live to see...

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COVID-19 Leads to Panic Buying Contagion

By: McCrindleAt the start of the year, no one could have predicted how one virus that started in the Chinese city of Wuhan, a place most people would have never heard of until this year, would affect the lives of almost everyone in the world.For most Australians, COVID-19 is experienced in the...

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