Australia’s economy is much better then South Korea’s. This essay will be comparing five different areas of the economy. These include economic growth and the quality of life, employment and unemployment, distribution of income, environmental sustainability and the role the government in health care, education and social welfare. Income is a necessity to achieve higher living standards. Australia’s average household income is 31 197 USD per year, South Korea’s average household income is only 18 035 USD per year.
This report will show an overview of the current state of the Australian economy and its management by the Federal government through examining economic indicators such as economic growth (GDP), unemployment, inflation and trade.
Australia’s growth rate 0.6% for 2016 and the poverty is actually growing in Australia estimate 2.5 million people or 13.9% of all people living below the standards.The average wage in Australia in November 2013 was $57,980.The average full-time wage is $74,724.Average weekly earnings are $1,1462 in 3 death occurred among people aged 75.74% were mortality 1907 and 3 in 10 death were from disease 2013.4 in 5 natural causes.Also, 3.6 was the number of infant deaths per 1 thousand live births in Australia in 2013.
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Thank you for your reply and the additional information. I wasn’t sure what direction I was going to go in this week until I begin to write on the topic provided. It is just so many things that influence the economy, even the environment. Supply and demand pushes output numbers; however, interest rates and employment number have a great effect on the economy as well. Again, thanks for the input and I look forward to your posting.
The consumer confidence index measures the level of optimism regarding the prospect of economic growth. These data are gathered via surveys that focus on people’s attitude towards economy by asking them to make short and long term forecasts. Although consumers’ overviews of the economy are based on past occurrences, the expectations are generally reflective of future expenditure behaviour, which is a large component of real GDP. CCI is subjective because people’s economic outlooks are generally based on variables that are partially reflective and closely related to themselves such as unemployment rate and petrol prices. Consumers’ expectations are based on the changes in these factors and they will impact upon future household consumption.
According to Bradley Stonefield, the demographic analysis that needs to be address is a specific population to describe the small business and its characteristics, such as income level, background checks, driving records, location and salaries. A demographic analysis is useful in a business plan, to describe the population where the business is located.
The Australian economy is playing a crucial role in terms of global economy. Based on the government’s analysis, Australia has been placed at the top 20 for the world’s largest economy. This caused a lot of economists to pay attention to Australia’s performance. Economists use macroeconomic objectives to analyse the national economy. This essay will focus on two macroeconomic objectives, how they are measured, and how they relate to each other. Furthermore, it will also discuss Australia’s performance over the past three years (2013-2015) and predictions concerning Australia’s performance in terms of these objectives in 2016.
Demographics- The overall demographics of the juvenile population are based around age, race, and sex, at the national, state, and county levels. It describes important social
The Australian economy has continued to grow at a moderate pace and activity is rebalancing away from the resources sector towards non-resource sectors. Even though the available data suggest that GDP continued to grow at a below-trend pace over 2016, employment growth was above average and the unemployment rate fell by around ½ percentage point. In part, employment growth appears to have reflected the relatively strong growth of output in the more labour-intensive sectors of the economy, such as household services. Growth of goods-related production has picked up more recently, but remains modest overall.
The Demographic environment relates to the structure of populations (Oxford Dictionaries | English, 2017). The factors that contribute to the demographic environment relevant to this report are location and density of the population.
Demographics can consist of population size, density, location, age, sex, race and occupation. In this analysis, we will focus on examining population
The Australian dollar has slowed down but has not gone into a time period where people and businesses make less money. The dollar is not in as much trouble as we think. Macroeconomic indicators, including GDP (Gross Domestic Products), unemployment and inflation, has Australia placed among the top compared to other countries who aren’t doing so well. Our GDP has been growing steady pace. (Mark Mulligan, July 8, 2015)
of 2009, but also include more long term factors such as the need for environmental sustainability action plans to be incorporated into government policy and the changing population structure which is undergoing an upwards shift in the ageing population as the number of younger people declines and the number of older people increases. This will have a significant impact on government expenditure in the provisions of income support, health and aged care services.