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Mark McCrindle
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Having trouble waking up this winter? Join the 54% of Aussies. The winter blues are also impacting the workforce with around 1 in 3 workers suffering from reduced motivation at work and increased time off due to sickness. http://blog.mccrindle.com.au/the-mccrindle-blog/winter-blues-having-real-impact-in-australia
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IF you think staying with mum and dad is the best way to pile up your cash, think again.
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In this blog piece we explore what is now the most common age of women when they have their first baby, how has this changed in Australia and what we forecast moving forward.
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Teleworking is an expectation of employees, increases retention & strengthens the employer brand but too much can lead to empty offices and reduced social connection which is a negative for collaborative, collegiate Gen Y.
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In the last census 80 Sydneysiders indicated taking both a motorbike and bicycle to work #Tuesdaytrend #Sydney 
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The majority of Australian's own their own home (69%), but of those 36% have a mortgage. #TuesdayTrend
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New research, exclusive to SBS World News, has revealed that while we're meant to be working to create wealth, we're actually eating into that wealth with work related costs. In fact costs associated with generating an income, can eat up to half our take home pay. Food and beverages are one of the biggest source of work time spending. A report, compiled and provided to SBS World News by McCrindle Research shows that 75 per cent of working Austral...
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Over 66% of Australians live in the greater metropolitan area of Australia’s 8 capital cities with Sydney being the largest (around 4.9 million), followed by Melbourne (4.5 million).

Here we take a look at Australia's capital cities: the growth and change occurring as well as provide a future forecast of what is to come.
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“Sydney is a very diverse place, but I think in that diversity, in that difference is a great sense of strength, we all come together as Aussies and as Sydney-siders and I think that’s why so many people, almost 5 million of us, call this city home.” 
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A summary of Sydney- her past and future. From 2 million to 5 million in 57 years! https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/28633032/changing-faces-of-sydney/
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  • McCrindle Research
    Social Analyst, present
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Sydney
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Bella Vista NSW
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Social Analyst & Demographer
Introduction

Mark McCrindle is a Social Analyst and director of McCrindle Research which counts amongst its clients 100 of Australia’s largest organisations. Mark is the author of three books, a regular social and demographic commentator in the media, and he has a reputation for delivering engaging keynote presentations and executive briefings. His research reports have established his renown as a demographer, futurist and social researcher.

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Award winning social researcher, TEDx speaker, media commentator and demographer
Education
  • University of New South Wales
    Psychology
    BSc (Psychology)
  • Morling College
    Master of Arts
    MA
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