Insights and Research

Warning 5 WFH ‘demons and how to avoid them

Warning: 5 WFH ‘demons’ and how to avoid them

For several months now, millions of people around the world settled into their work-from-home routines – but health professionals are now warning of dangers of staying at home. According to Alisha Moopen, Young Global Leader at World Economic Forum and executive director at multi-national healthcare conglomerate Aster DM Healthcare, there are five physical and mental…
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Jobs 2021 12 non tech jobs that will boom in the future of work

Jobs 2021: 12 non-tech jobs that will boom in the future of work

When it comes to the future of work, it’s not all about tech related skills and experience. Far from it. We’ll be in serious trouble if those graduating from school or seeking to make some kind of career change right now all only go into tech roles like software development. The planet is not made up of…
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Draining your bank 3 million Aussies losing 740 per year

‘Draining your bank’: 3 million Aussies losing $740 per year

Many of us may have added health-related goals to our new year’s resolutions, but it could actually be costing us instead of helping us, new data has shown. Around 6.2 million Australians have a gym membership, but just 50 per cent of them (3.1 million) are actually attending more than once a week, Finder data…
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10 lessons learnt from past property downturns to take into 2021

10 lessons learnt from past property downturns to take into 2021

Clearly there will be continuing issues with COVID-19 affecting our local economy and the socio-political problems that plagued the world last year are unlikely to disappear. Yet most analysts and economists agree that our property markets should perform strongly in 2021. But let’s put this in context; Australia’s property markets have been sluggish for the…
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Jobs 2021 4 secrets to growing wealth through your career

Jobs 2021: 4 secrets to growing wealth through your career

A career is more than just any one job. It’s the sum of your experience, network and training, along with your ambitions for the years ahead. And a career – more so than any one job – is the key opportunity most of us have to create wealth. But thinking about a career as wealth-building…
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How much the average Aussie your age has in savings

How much the average Aussie your age has in savings

The average Australian has $28,426 in savings, but that varies greatly depending on age and gender, according to the latest figures. Australians aged 56 to 74 have the most money sitting in their savings, with an average of $40,463 to their name, Finder data has revealed. At the other end of the spectrum, Australians aged eight…
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The 1 most important skill in 2021 and how to master it

The #1 most important skill in 2021 and how to master it

During some of the most difficult moments of the past 12 months, there’s been one leadership trait that’s outshone others over and over again. Empathy. We saw it in some of the leaders who best responded to COVID-19 in their countries, including Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in New Zealand and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen. These were the…
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How to be a Chief Executive Problem Solver

How to be a Chief Executive Problem-Solver

Problem solving may not be on your ambitions list when it comes to your career, most of us would rather avoid the problems in the first place and get on with what we might deem more productive work. But productivity is only as good as your abilities to resolve or outsource the issues that emerge.…
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Online shopping mistake costing Aussies 424

Online shopping mistake costing Aussies $424

It’s a tale as old as time: the online store offers free shipping if you spend $100, but your total is $99.95. So what do you do? Search for the cheapest item on the site to make up the extra $0.05, except the cheapest item is $20. So you throw in those $20 patterned socks…
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