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Research report

27 Apr 2017

The findings of the 2017 Rental Affordability Snapshot show that for people on low incomes housing options in the private rental market are extremely limited, and that the chances of finding a place that could be called home are even worse. Combined with the lack of community and public housing...

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31 Oct 2016

Positions Vacant? When the Jobs Aren’t There is the title of the 2016 report, and it is informed by Anglicare Australia's first Jobs Availability Snapshot.

The findings from the Snapshot show that only 13% of all advertised jobs in May 2016 were at the entry level (which...

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21 Apr 2016

Anglicare Australia's 2016 rental affordability snapshot finds low income earners are unable to afford to rent privately, and even more Australians are being pushed out of the housing market. Over the first weekend in April, the Anglicare member network surveyed 75,410 rental properties across...

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30 Apr 2015

This report surveys private rental housing available across Australia; and tests its suitability – the cost and size – for different low income household types: couples, single parents and children, young people, pensioners, job seekers and people on the minimum wage.

This time members of...

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14 Oct 2014

Being a/part is a national research collaboration that looks at the contribution a sense of belonging might make to the outcomes for young people using Anglicare services.

Being a/part surveyed young people aged between 17 and 21 accessing Anglicare services, many of...

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Research report

27 Apr 2017

The findings of the 2017 Rental Affordability Snapshot show that for people on low incomes housing options in the private rental market are extremely limited, and that the chances of finding a place that could be called home are even worse. Combined with the lack of community and public housing...

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Research report

31 Oct 2016

Positions Vacant? When the Jobs Aren’t There is the title of the 2016 report, and it is informed by Anglicare Australia's first Jobs Availability Snapshot.

The findings from the Snapshot show that only 13% of all advertised jobs in May 2016 were at the entry level (which...

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Research report

21 Apr 2016

Anglicare Australia's 2016 rental affordability snapshot finds low income earners are unable to afford to rent privately, and even more Australians are being pushed out of the housing market. Over the first weekend in April, the Anglicare member network surveyed 75,410 rental properties across...

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15 Sep 2015

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The 2015 State of the Family report is framed by Living Standard Trends in Australia, and incorporates the key findings of Anglicare Sydney’s Profile of deep and persistent disadvantage, which takes a closer look at who constitutes those most at...

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30 Apr 2015

This report surveys private rental housing available across Australia; and tests its suitability – the cost and size – for different low income household types: couples, single parents and children, young people, pensioners, job seekers and people on the minimum wage.

This time members of...

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17 Feb 2015

Overview: This is the first national Australian longitudinal study investigating the economic, personal and social costs of youth homelessness over time across a broad range of locations.

Too many young Australians are without any form of safe and secure accommodation. It...

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14 Oct 2014

Being a/part is a national research collaboration that looks at the contribution a sense of belonging might make to the outcomes for young people using Anglicare services.

Being a/part surveyed young people aged between 17 and 21 accessing Anglicare services, many of...

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10 Jul 2014

Workforce exclusion is a complex and enduring problem in Australia, with some groups of job seekers more likely to be disadvantaged in the labour market than others. We identify a dominant unemployment narrative of ‘work first’ that surrounds unemployment interventions, and ignores the nature of...

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13 Oct 2013

Each year during Anti-Poverty Week, Anglicare Australia releases a set of essays from across the Anglicare network that reflect on what we know from our work with people on the margins of society, under the banner of our flagship publication, the State of the Family report.

Anglicare...

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17 Oct 2012

This report presents the results of a national study into food insecurity among people seeking Emergency Relief across Australia.

The State of the Family Report has been providing valuable insights into the changing nature of families in Australia since 2000. ...

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