This generation is and will be defined by technological devices like smartphones and tablets, video games, autonomous cars and smart speakers.
When it comes to the fastest growing towns and cities, our largest cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are still experiencing the largest growth.
A 2019 report by the Economist Intelligence Unit has revealed the world’s most liveable cities and three of Australia’s citys made it on the list!
As student wellbeing becomes an increasingly topical issue surveys show that parent expectations of Australian schools is on the rise.
Australia is a nation of sports lovers. Four in five (80%) Australians agree that sport is a significant part of Australian culture.
For affordability reasons, young adults staying at home longer even when they start their own families, they are more likely to live with their parents.
Teachers have influence well beyond their students; they play a vital part in the school culture as whole as well as the education system.
Australia is growing in religious diversity. In 1966 almost nine in ten Australians identified as Christian. This compares to 52.1% today.
The rate of females in the labour force has increased from 69% in 2012 to 71% which sees the participation gap between men and women at it’s lowest so far.
Average commuting times per day since this decade began has increased from 40 minutes to 48 minutes, an increased commute time of 20%.