May 20, 2019

We live in an experience society. No longer striving to meet our basic needs, we have become preoccupied with consumption in the form of experiences over goods or services. Four in five millennials would rather spend money on an experience than buy something.  

Eve...

August 21, 2018

Children belonging to Generation Z (born 1995 to 2009) and Generation Alpha (those born since 2010) are citizens of a new world where currency is often invisible: tap and go payments, same day online ordering and delivery, in-game app purchases, electronic bank transfe...

April 6, 2018

Financial stress, casualisation of the workforce, and digital disruption impacting how we spend our time

had a chat this afternoon with Nova’s FiveAA host, Alan Hickey, on how Australian workers spend their lunch breaks. A recent study by Quickbooks shows that 23% of...

November 22, 2017

What do Gen Z aspire to be when they grow up? I was recently asked to unpack the latest findings from the Australian Institute on Family Studies on ABC The Drum. 

Gender-based career preferences

The AIFS identified there are significant gender differences among Gen...

April 11, 2017

The typical Australian is a 38 year-old Gen X woman who is married with two children, lives in a mortgaged 3 bedroom home, and was born in Australia with English ancestry. Both her parents were born in Australia, too. She is working full-time and gets to work by car (l...

February 21, 2017

The year 2017 has begun in an environment of perplexed global sentiment. From Brexit to the election of President Trump, the last 9 months have been far from a smooth ride on the world stage, showing a trend towards growing isolationism and increasing uncertainty.

For m...

June 8, 2016

I am often asked to deliver keynote presentations to educators, career advisors, and executives on the future job market. What jobs will remain, and which ones will soon no longer exist?

What we know is that 44% of Australian jobs (5.1 million current jobs) are at risk...

April 13, 2016

Generation Y are today’s 22 – 36 year olds, and make up 22% of the Australian population (5.22 million). They also make up the largest cohort in the workforce (34%). Gen Ys are comprised of today’s parents, senior leaders, influencers, and increasingly wealth accumulat...

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