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%.
What is FOLO? The fear of leftovers or FOLO is gripping a quarter of Australians who say they are embarrassed to eat leftovers at work.
Last year more Aussies relocated to Melbourne than any other city, but it’s becoming a victim of its own success with people ready to give up the lifestyle.
Since over two decades ago, there has been a steady rise in the number of mothers engaged in the workforce, up from 46% in 1996 to 53% in 2016.
Having children stay at home later into their life may provide a hidden financial cost to Australian households. Electricity and food consumption…
How do we lead teams and communicate with generations who are more globally connected, visually engaged and disconnected from face-to-face interaction?
A name today is more than what teachers will call you at school. It is your digital real estate in an increasingly technological world.