A Balanced Approach to Parenting in the 21st Century

By: McCrindle

Those tasked with the important job of parenting today’s children are likely to be those of Generations X and Y. They are parenting their children (Gen Z and Gen Alpha) in different ways to how they themselves were parented. Read more

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 Lastest Crane Counts Across Australian Cities

By: McCrindle

Australia’s population and infrastructure are interwoven. Our nation of almost 26 million people depends on infrastructure such as homes, schools, hospitals, commercial spaces and transport like roads, bridges and public transport. 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

Australia’s Top Baby Names 2021

By: McCrindle

The next generation of babies being born is known as Generation Alpha, and their parents are mostly Generation Y. Read more

Toilet Rolls or Not, Supermarkets Won Australians’ Hearts in the Pandemic

By: Michael Crooks

Despite their low stocks of soap and spaghetti during the panic-buying of 2020, Australian Supermarkets scored big in the consumer trust-stakes at the height of the pandemic. Read more

Australian Mums on Parenting Generational Alpha

By: McCrindle

There are many people and groups that play an important role in a person’s life – from when they are a child right through to adulthood. Read more

Australia’s Changing Spiritual Landscape

By: McCrindle

A rising trend in Australia is the affinity for no religion1. While one in five Australians (22%) considered themselves as non-religious in 2011, the number has been rising with three in ten (30%) considering themselves as non-religious in 2016.2 Read more

Graduate Job Readiness

By: McCrindle

The transition from being a student into the turbulence of the workforce is a significant milestone in a young person’s life. Read more