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What’s driving a mini-exodus from capitals to regional cities? Why are young people keen to axe Australia Day? And who are the winners and losers in the gig working revolution?
More Australians than ever are moving to regional areas, which offer the benefits of living in a capital without the congestion, infrastructure bottlenecks, and affordability challenges.
Young Aussies may be losing faith in the establishment, but they’re taking action by mobilising on social media, boycotting products, and protesting in far greater numbers than their elders ever did.
Linear consumption is on the decline across the media landscape as Aussies embrace convenient, on-demand content. Podcasting is a better fit for their busy lives, enabling listeners to multitask efficiently.
Sophisticated tech and automation have disrupted the status quo across industries, causing many Aussies to move from formal roles to independent employment or contract work.
Multigenerational households have become more common as young adults have chosen to remain longer in the parental home, while some have returned after they’ve moved out for university or work.