Australians are a parochial bunch, but research shows the state you live in has little impact on your wellbeing—but your electorate could make all the difference.
Whether you love the country life or revel in the hustle and bustle of the city, where you live has an impact your wellbeing.
While old age is often characterised as a form of terminal decline, our research shows that our satisfaction with life actually increases as we get older.
Old age can get a bad rap. But, as research shows, our later years could also be our happiest.
The Australian Unity Wellbeing Index is one of the most enduring and credible studies of wellbeing. Here’s what we’ve learnt from 20 years of research.
For city slickers and rural folk alike, where you live has an impact on your wellbeing.
We take a deep dive into the biggest events of the past 20 years to learn how they’ve impacted on our personal and national wellbeing.
Money is central to our wellbeing, but it’s not the only factor in a happy and satisfying life.