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The Pulse of the Aussie Property Market: Gen Z Still Hopeful

By: Mark McCrindle

While people are still ambitious to purchase a house, many are finding it a challenge given the cost of living. Read more

How to Spot a Highly Engaged School Community

By: Mark McCrindle

In the film School of Rock, Dewey Finn, played by Jack Black, exemplifies the power of engagement and belonging in a school community. Read more

Top Baby Names in 2024

By: McCrindle

For almost a decade McCrindle has analysed the top baby names nationwide. Read more

Australians and Etiquette: Comparing the Generations

By: Mark McCrindle

Returning your shopping trolley, waving to another driver, and being punctual are all opportunities to exhibit politeness and extend courtesy to your neighbour. Read more

‘Generation Beta’ is Coming

By: Mark McCrindle

Simply put, Generation Beta is defined as those born between 2025 and 2039. Read more

The Not-For-Profit Landscape in Australia

By: Mark McCrindle

Australia’s not-for-profit sector is at the heart of our national identity and is made up of a wide variety of charities. Read more

Australia, the Small Business Nation

By: Mark McCrindle

  • Almost nine in ten business (88%) employ four people or fewer.
  • The entrepreneurial spirit is strong amongst young Aussies, with 86% of Gen Z wanting to work in something they started themselves, to combat cost of living pressures.
  • Almost three in four (72%) are more likely to purchase goods and services from small businesses compared to large corporations (28%).

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The Profile of Australia’s Hybrid Worker

By: Mark McCrindle

Australia’s working dynamic has evolved into three ways of working: workplace, remote and hybrid. Read more

Aussie Population Reaches 27 Million, 30 Years Early

By: Joni Boyd

Ever feel like the shops and roads are busier than ever? That’s because they are. Read more

The Trends of 2024: What to Expect

By: Mark McCrindle

While it may not feel like it sometimes, the future is not an inevitable destination, but something that is shaped by trends – and these can be influenced if understood and responded to. Read more