Originally published: Dynamic Business, 27 March 2019 With millennials (currently people aged around 23-37) starting to fill up the majority of work spaces, there is a definite change of culture that is shifting the way businesses operate, work and think. A desire for flexibility, autonomy and social inclusion brings in a creative way...

Originally published: The Australian, 26 March 2019 More than half of Australians want digital platforms like Facebook to ban live streaming in the wake of the Christchurch shootings, a survey by market researcher Pureprofile suggests. The survey of more than 1000 Australians, conducted in the week from March 18, found 53 per...

Originally published: New Idea, 22 March 2019 A decade or so ago just eating breakfast was enough, everyone got the message: ‘It’s the most important meal of the day.’ We all sat down to a bowl of Rice Bubbles and Vegemite on toast for breakfast. Or maybe you preferred scrambled eggs...

Originally published: Financial Review, 22 March 2019 Here’s a number: In 2018, Americans spent $US39.4 billion while drunk. As in billion with a B. Finder.com and Pureprofile found this information by surveying 2100 adults last month. And Americans – or at least the ones polled – tend to shop after consuming alcohol, apparently. Here’s...

Originally published: B&T, 11 March 2019 What values do Australians hold dear individually and collectively? What values underpin how Australians spend their time and money? Answers to these questions are revealed in the report, “What do we value?”, the initial findings of The Values Project, a three-year longitudinal study. Ultimately, the findings aim...

Originally published: Research News Live, 11 March 2019 What values do Australians hold dear individually and collectively? What values underpin how Australians spend their time and money? Answers to these questions are revealed in the report, “What do we value?”, the initial findings of The Values Project, a three-year longitudinal study. This project is a joint initiative undertaken...

Originally published: SheSociety, 20 February 2019 A new banking study has highlighted how specific money experiences during childhood can lay the foundation for financial wellness as an adult. The survey of 1000 adults was conducted by ME Bank looking for links between financial wellness and an array of typical financial experiences, both...

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  • During April 2019, we asked our panel members about their voting preferences, perceptions of citizen influence on the Australian government, and their level of understanding of the important issues facing our country. To give some greater insights in...

  • The main aim of our research is to explore whether individuals with different value priorities allocate their money differently.We found that relations between values and spending were not haphazard. Rather, they were consistent with the motivational...

  • We asked people how they spend their time on a typical work day and a typical day off, based on the activity categories from the 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics Time Use Survey. We grouped these activities into four broad time use categories: (1...