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If you’ve noticed almost every retail store is having a sale right now, it’s because they are. Here’s why

If you’ve noticed almost every retail store is having a sale right now, it’s because they are. Here’s why

After navigating her small business through the pandemic, Sara Crampton was confronted with a different challenge in April last year. “Our traffic increased, but the spend was plateauing. It was quite measurable,” she recalled. As the founder and director of The Undone, an online women’s fashion retailer, the nature of her business meant the shift...

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Baby boomers are sharing offices with Generation Z — and they’re learning plenty from each other

Baby boomers are sharing offices with Generation Z — and they’re learning plenty from each other

In short: Four generations of Australians are now regularly working together. The achievement has been unlocked by the expansion of ‘knowledge workers’ and the services sector. What’s next? Generation Alpha is about to finish high school. That will mean a workforce spanning five generations in some companies. Never before have Australian workers toiled alongside colleagues so many...

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Will the expected increase in Australian unemployment rate impact RBA rate outlook?

Will the expected increase in Australian unemployment rate impact RBA rate outlook?

The Australian Unemployment Rate is expected to continue rising in April. Employment Change could post a modest improvement after March’s slump. AUD/USD could run past 0.6700 on an upbeat employment report.  Australia will publish the April employment report on Thursday at 1:30 GMT. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is expected to announce the country...

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One state dominates the top 10 places to live in Australia, new data shows

One state dominates the top 10 places to live in Australia, new data shows

Sydney’s northern beaches ranks as the highest in the nation for wellbeing, with only one Queensland city making it to the top 10, the annual index revealed today. The Australian Capital Territory came in second due to its low gender wage gaps, climate change risks and the division of wealth. Australia’s capital city, Canberra, ranked...