Mobility

Recruiting trends to expect in 2019

Compared to the market of the past, potential employees now have far more power during their job hunt than employers do. Talent now chooses your company, making the search for your next employee much more difficult and time consuming than ever before. You’ll need a recruitment marketing strategy Now that potential employees are calling the … Continued
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Property Market Snapshot: Australia

First home buyers continue taking advantage of the NSW and Victorian government’s stamp duty schemes while other states start feeling the pinch of affordability issues and growing house prices. NSW Since July, 2000, the NSW state government has saved first home buyers $720 million in tax breaks and grants, which has seen them enter the … Continued
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More Australians Driving to Work

According to the 2016 Census results published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, more Australians are now opting to drive to work. Driving has long been the most popular method of getting to and from work, but the figures have increased in the last five years with 69 per cent of the working population of … Continued
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Sydney

Sydney to be Divided into Three Cities by 2056

The New South Wales government has announced a strategy to divide Sydney into three separate cities by the year 2056. The 40-year strategy will see Sydney split into Eastern, Central and Western –  a harbour-city, a riverside city surrounding Parramatta and a parklands city to the west of the M7. Head of the Greater Sydney … Continued
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Key Trends in the Market: Sydney

Sydney’s housing market has been a hot topic in the discussion of housing affordability for what seems like forever. Regarded as the centre of the housing affordability issue in Australia, Sydney’s market is one that has affected urban sprawl and development as well as the development of infrastructure and a future second airport. The key … Continued
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Housing Prices Tipped to Rise

Australia’s house prices are tipped to rise across the country in 2018. Melbourne’s property market is predicted to soar between seven and 12 per cent while Sydney is expected to climb between four and eight per cent. According to the SQM Research Housing Boom and Bust Report, Canberra is also expected to increase by five … Continued
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A Snapshot of the Australian Workforce

The Australian Bureau of Statistics 2016 Census results have revealed the patterns and trends in the current Australian workforce. The labour force has grown from 2011 to 2016 to a total population of more than 11 million. The majority of the labour force in Australia are employed full time, which is almost double the amount … Continued
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Melbourne

Melbourne: The World’s Most Liveable City

Melbourne has retained its crown as the world’s most liveable city for the seventh year running in the Economist’s annual global liveability survey, ahead of Vienna and Vancouver. It is the first time in the survey’s 15-year history that a city has placed first for seven consecutive years. The only city to come close to … Continued
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Grace Removals Blog

Less stress with Grace Mobility

There are around one million Australians living and working overseas at any given time. No matter what your reasons for moving overseas, relocating to a foreign country entails some major lifestyle changes and offers plenty of exciting new opportunities. On the other hand, the countless number of life admin activities involved and the amount of … Continued
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Quarantine Matters

According to the latest information released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) on the 29th January 2015, an estimated 349,000 people moved interstate in 2013-14, an increase of 2.5 percent from the previous year. Although the figures are yet to be estimated and released for 2014-15, it can be assumed similar numbers are still … Continued
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