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HILDA 2020

  1. 20 November 2020 - Inside Business

    Blurring the weekend

    HILDA Survey shows many Australian do some work on the weekend; a University of Melbourne expert asks whether working from home will further blur the weekend

  2. 20 November 2020 - Inside Business

    Too many eggs in the property wealth basket

    HILDA Survey shows Australians' wealth is heavily dependent on property, which is a worry given falling business ownership says University of Melbourne expert

  3. 20 November 2020 - Inside Business

    Pandemic fallout exposes the young and vulnerable

    HILDA data suggests COVID-19 downturn to hit the most vulnerable, especially young workers; a University of Melbourne expert says welfare policy now central

  4. 20 November 2020 - Inside Business

    Are you OK Australia?

    HILDA Survey shows high life satisfaction in Australia, but Indigenous Australians, immigrants and unemployed, not so good says a University of Melbourne expert

  5. 20 November 2020 - Inside Business

    Separated parents getting better at shared care?

    HILDA Survey shows children increasingly staying over with non-resident parent suggest separated couples getting better a sharing care says University of expert

  6. 20 November 2020 - Inside Business

    Childcare a challenge for poorer single parents

    The HILDA Survey suggests single-parent households are abandoning formal childcare as they face greater poverty rates, warn University of Melbourne experts.

  7. 20 November 2020 - Inside Business

    Losing our religion

    HILDA Survey shows Australians are rapidly dropping their religious affiliations, and it is being driven by the young says a University of Melbourne expert

  8. 18 November 2020 - Inside Business

    Pets and Australians: Who has what?

    HILDA Survey reveals close to two-thirds of Australians have at least one pet, with dogs most popular followed by cats say University of Melbourne experts

  9. 26 October 2020 - Inside Business

    Poverty in childhood leads to poverty in adulthood

    New University of Melbourne research finds Australian children from poor homes are over three times more likely to suffer adult poverty – and more must be done.

  10. 26 May 2020 - Inside Business

    Who’s hit hardest by the COVID-19 economic shutdown?

    Using HILDA data, a University of Melbourne expert highlights the people most vulnerable to the COVID-19 downturn – low-wage earners, women and the young