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World Population Day Sunday July 11 – a Glimpse Into the Future

By: McCrindle

World Population Day seeks to bring attention to important population issues of today. At present there are more than 7.8 billion people in the world. By 2050 the world population is projected to reach 9.7 billion, an increase of 1.9 billion people over 30 years. Read more

The Rise of the Regions: Australia’s Are Moving to Regional Areas

By: McCrindle

Australia is experiencing a population shift to the regions, according to the latest internal migration data released by the ABS. This trend, which we called ‘The Rise of the Regions’ in our top trends for 2021, is counter to the historical trend of Australia being a capital-city centric nation. Read more

How COVID-19 is Likely to Affect Australia’s Population Forecast

By: McCrindle

This global pandemic is bringing about a series of unprecedented events to the Australian economy and our way of living. This will also have a large and likely long-lasting effect on Australia’s demographic landscape. Read more

The Global Population is Set to Peak in 2064

By: McCrindle

The latest population modelling shows that the dire forecasts of global overpopulation and food shortages are unlikely to eventuate. Read more

Australia’s Indian Community Experienced the Largest Growth in 2018

By: McCrindle

A recent data release from the ABS shows some interesting findings about Australia’s population and migration trends for the year ending 2018.
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Australia towards 2030

By: McCrindle

How demographic mega-trends are reshaping Australian communities.
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