How important is assessing demographics in building your property portfolio or planning your business or personal ventures?
In today’s episode of Michael Yardney podcast, I chat with Simon Kuestenmacher, and we’re going to talk about 7 macro / big picture demographic trends.
So, at the end of the episode, you’ll have a better big picture macro view of what the demographic trends in Australia are.
- Over half of Australia’s wealth is in housing, so the housing market underpins Australia’s wealth
- The property market itself isn’t in trouble
- However, the Australian middle class has been hollowed out, and the big challenge is getting low-paid workers on the path to homeownership
- We may move into the right direction because of corona-inspired infrastructure programs that create middle-skill jobs
- Australia is the most intensely concentrated population on the planet
- This is because of the kinds of jobs that Australia creates
- A large percentage of Australians are born overseas
- The influx of international students to Australia has created a student boom
- One of six international students will become permanent residents
- Australia is more generationally diverse than ever before
- Australia may be the location of choice for companies who want to set up Asia-Pacific centers
- The need to build higher-quality buildings that last longer
- Changes in where people want to live and the kinds of accommodation they need
- Mixed development in the inner cities
- The makeup of the workforce
- Baby boomers are staying in the workforce longer
- Close to half of the workforce is Gen Y, so it’s important to understand them
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