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By factoring biases in age, education and industry we can generate a more balanced view of the gender pay gap in different jobs. The interactive tool allows us to explore the pay gap and diversity by job. Further exploration well and truely shows there remains a considerable pay gap in Australia.
A problem for many is that data is in so many places and formats - and even when brought together it can simply become a forest of numbers. Here we put the magnifying glass on Wodonga and the surrounding area and see the power of working this data together. It not only provides insight and trends but can drives practical actions out of an enriched understanding of community dynamics.
The volunteer base in Australia in on the increase! In just five years the Australian volunteer rate have increased from 19.4% to 20.7%. This report explores these results and gives advice of how organisations can use this data to help drive their own volunteer recruitment drives.
The ABS census provides great insight into the cultural make-up of the Australian population. Whether you consider it good news or bad news - the census confirms that the movement of kiwis to Australia has slowed down significantly. Their destination is also changing - still Queensland dominated but an increasing preference to Victoria. I am clearly not alone!
The 2016 census results revealed a significant reduction in Christianity. In this post will drill into the census data to determine the root causes of this decline and venture into what the insight suggests the church should do to reverse this trend.
Census results are out today. Our first look will be at the much maligned religion results. How has the faith landscape changed over the last five years? Has the politics around this question and it's changed format had an impact? Let's have a look ...