A Focus On Holistic Education is #trending In Schools

By: McCrindleAs when, where and how we work shifts, greater attention is being given to the holistic upbringing of students in school. More than just teaching for tests, there is a shift taking place from focusing on just the educational basics of literacy and numeracy, to education of the whole...

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Make way for Gen Alpha

By: McCrindleThe new generation of youngsters is Gen Alpha (see why we named them that, here). They are currently aged under 10 and are born between 2010 and 2024. They are the children of Gen Y, who are currently in their 20-30’s. There are 3 million Gen Alpha’s in Australia, who are...

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The Wellbeing Challenge in Australian Schools

By: McCrindleA 2019 McCrindle survey of Australian parents shows that parent expectations of Australian schools is on the rise. In the last five years, almost half of parents (48%) have increased (significantly/somewhat/slightly) their expectations of their child’s school to support...

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Australia, The Sporting Nation

By: McCrindleAustralia is a nation of sports lovers. Four in five (80%) Australians agree that sport is a significant part of Australian culture. We are proud that we punch above our weight on the international stage, be it the Olympics, soccer world cup, the cricket or rugby. The often-used...

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Aussies Are Earning Less and Living at Home Longer

By: McCrindleAustralia’s population is experiencing unprecedented growth, now sitting at a population of 25.4 million. Some of the implications of this population growth are seen in this latest data release from HILDA. It reveals that Australians are experiencing greater stresses due to flat...

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Australia towards 2030

By: McCrindleHow demographic mega-trends are reshaping Australian communities. 1. Growing PopulationLike many other nations, Australia’s population is growing at an unprecedented rate. In 2018 Australia’s population surpassed 25 million.If this pace continues, Australia’s...

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Australians Commuting on Average 48 Minutes per Day

By: McCrindleThe average commute time per day since this decade began has increased from 40 minutes to 48 minutes, an increased commute time of 20% shows the latest data from HILDA. Workers now spend on average 4.5 hours a week getting to and from work, a rise of 23% since 2002. Sydneysiders spend...

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