Australian income & wealth distribution

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

There are currently 9 million households in Australia, and if looking at the the disposable income of Aussie families, as well as the net worth of each Australian household - we've noticed quite the divide!

Watch Mark McCrindle as he unpacks this further in the video below. We've also created an easily downloadable infographic for you to use or distribute.

Australian income and wealth distribution McCrindle Research ABS 2012

Click here for the image in higher resolution.

If you're interested in finding more about the state of Australian households and other indicators of our nation - all this and more will be explored in our upcoming Future Forum breakfast seminars.


Comments
Mitch commented on 13-Feb-2013 07:55 PM
Thanks for the information. It is very important that Australian's are aware of the growing inequality within our society over the past 30years. Home ownership with quality of life is not possible due to this inequality. Paradigms need to change and governments forced to change, enabling well-being for the majority rather than wealth for the few.

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