Research has found that the desire to travel internationally and nationally remains strong among Australians, even while borders are closed.
More mums are working full-time and expectations towards fathers have also changed, with many becoming more actively involved in childrearing.
The type of homes people desire are changing and so is the composition of households. By 2041 we will have 13 million homes, up from 10 million in 2021.
While younger Aussies are more likely to worry about their sedentary lifestyle, older generations are more likely to prioritise making healthy food choices.
Data has the power to show us where we have come from and gives us a glimpse into the future of what could be. Here’s what it says about our identity.
The average Australian performs 16 acts of kindness every week through the words they speak, the actions they perform, and the time they give.
Aussies are on the move, with 1 in 2 saying in a McCrindle 2020 survey that they were thinking of relocating in the next year or two.
The 2021 Census will reveal a snapshot of trends in key demographics and will paint a picture of how Australia’s eight capital cities are changing.
Recent data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows how Australians lived between June and September of the iconic year that was 2020.
The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) population data has arrived, highlighting the impacts of COVID-19 on our population.