Tag Archive for: research

“Time to Speak Up”: Mission Australia Seeks Young Voices

By: Mike Crooks

Mission Australia is asking people aged 15-19 to have their say in the charity’s 23rd annual Youth Survey. 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

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 Year That Was: What Trended in 2023

By: Mark McCrindle

The year 2023 saw an array of trends and events occur. From social trends to consumer shifts and developments in technology, we take a look at some of the trends that shaped the year and how Australians responded. Read more

How Aussies Are Feeling About Christmas This Year

By: Mark McCrindle

As the year draws to a close, Australians are gearing up for the festive season, reflecting on the challenges and triumphs of the past year. Read more

Connection is Essential to Australia’s Longevity Boom

By: Mark McCrindle

Australia is undergoing a longevity boom, with people living longer and as the population ages. Read more

The Important Role of Grandparents

By: Mark McCrindle

Grandparents, from all walks of life, play an important role in their grandchildren’s lives. Read more

What is a Zalpha?

By: Mark McCrindle

You may have heard of Generation Z (the generation born between 1995 and 2009) and Generation Alpha (born from 2010-2024), but have you heard of a Zalpha? Read more

Screen and Social Media Use Amongst Young Aussies

By: Mark McCrindle

Today, a vast majority of connection is carried out online. With the internet, social media, and instant messaging making sociability possible at all times, this ease of instant connectivity has created both benefits and challenges for people to navigate. Read more