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Is the Office Dead?

By: McCrindle

Since the beginning of the pandemic, for many, working from home has become the new normal. While it can have its challenges, the benefits seem to outweigh them. Read more

Australians Ready to Take Advantage of Black Friday

By: McCrindle

Black Friday (Friday 26th November 2021) unofficially kicks off the Christmas shopping season. In the US, it is the day after Thanksgiving, and for many years it has been the biggest single shopping day of the year. Over the last decade, it has emerged in Australia as a key date in the retail calendar. Read more

Regional Growth: The Rise of Lifestyle Locations

By: McCrindle

Over the last hundred years, more and more people have been living in capital cities. It’s the trend of urbanisation. Read more

The Fading Australian Dream of Home Ownership

By: McCrindle

The great Australian dream of home ownership is still alive and well, even among the emerging generations. However, analysis of the largest 7 capital cities in Australia shows a clear trend of both house and unit prices growing faster than incomes over the last four decades. Read more

Wellbeing in the Work-From-Home Era

By: McCrindle

Over the last few years, wellbeing has risen to the top of the agenda. It’s one of the key challenges and opportunities that our society faces. In any given week, we spend more than a third of our waking hours at work – so it’s the place that we most need to get wellbeing right. Read more

Generation Alpha and Physical Wellbeing

By: McCrindle

In recent years, wellbeing has become a key focus in society. The most well-known aspect of personal wellbeing is physical health, and children have been taught about it for years, with physical education taught in most schools across Australia. Read more

The #1 Money Regret Most Australians Have About Their Finances

By: McCrindle

The topic of financial health is one that many Australians put off for another day. So much so that the number one financial regret of Australians is not prioritising their financial health earlier in life. Read more

Where Will Aussies Be Travelling When Borders Reopen?

By: McCrindle

The desire to travel runs deep within the Australian psyche. Australia, known as the ‘land down under’, is an island continent far away from other nations. Yet digital technology has made international destinations more desirable than ever before. Australia is also comprised of culturally diverse and globally connected citizens, many who have rich backgrounds and connections to other countries. Read more

The Changing Role of Fathers

By: McCrindle

Those tasked with the important job of parenting Generation Alpha are likely to be those of Generations X and Y. While most Baby Boomers were shaped in households where fewer mums worked outside the home, today the majority of parents are two-income earning. Read more

The Future of Housing In Australia

By: McCrindle

Australia needs to build an additional three million homes over the next two decades to provide the needed infrastructure to house Australia’s growing population. By 2041 we will have 13 million homes, up from 10 million in 2021. Read more