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Sky News Australia
Inflation set to bounce back in June qtrfor an interest rate cut. Consumer prices edged up 0.1 per cent in April, afte
Inflation set to bounce back in June qtr
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
for an interest rate cut. Consumer prices edged up 0.1 per cent in April, after a flat result in March, according to the Melbourne Institute monthly inflation gauge. In the 12 months to April, the inflation gauge rose 1.5 per cent, but still... Read more
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Perth Now
Australian market set to open lowerand the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry business expectations surve
Australian market set to open lower
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
and the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry business expectations survey are due out, as are the TD Securities-Melbourne Institute inflation gauge and the Australian Industry Group’s performance of manufacturing index (PMI), all for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Australian market set to open lowerand the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry business expectations surve
Australian market set to open lower
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
and the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry business expectations survey are due out, as are the TD Securities-Melbourne Institute inflation gauge and the Australian Industry Group’s performance of manufacturing index (PMI), all for... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australian market set to open lowerand the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry business expectations surve
Australian market set to open lower
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
and the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry business expectations survey are due out, as are the TD Securities-Melbourne Institute inflation gauge and the Australian Industry Group’s performance of manufacturing index (PMI), all for... Read more
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TheBull
Australian market set to open lowerand the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry business expectations surve
Australian market set to open lower
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
and the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry business expectations survey are due out, as are the TD Securities-Melbourne Institute inflation gauge and the Australian Industry Group's performance of manufacturing index (PMI), all for... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Budget-busting tax cuts are no path to a fair goof a fascinating study undertaken by Nicolas Herault and Francisco Azpitarte fo
Budget-busting tax cuts are no path to a fair go
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
of a fascinating study undertaken by Nicolas Herault and Francisco Azpitarte for the Brotherhood of St Laurence and the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. They looked at the period of our greatest prosperity, from the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Lessons from the Howard and Costello tax cutsof a fascinating study undertaken by Nicolas Herault and Francisco Azpitarte fo
Lessons from the Howard and Costello tax cuts
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
of a fascinating study undertaken by Nicolas Herault and Francisco Azpitarte for the Brotherhood of St Laurence and the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. They looked at the period of our greatest prosperity, from the... Read more
11d
Daily Examiner
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-timebalance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-time
Daily Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
balance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According to a report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper Series, working a three-day week gets the best performance from workers aged over... Read more
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11d
Northern Star
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-timebalance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-time
Northern Star / Posted 11 days ago
balance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According to a report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper Series, working a three-day week gets the best performance from workers aged over... Read more
6 related stories
11d
The Daily Mercury
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-timebalance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-time
The Daily Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
balance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According to a report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper Series, working a three-day week gets the best performance from workers aged over... Read more
6 related stories
11d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-timebalance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-time
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
balance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According to a report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper Series, working a three-day week gets the best performance from workers aged over... Read more
6 related stories
11d
Queensland Times
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-timebalance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-time
Queensland Times / Posted 11 days ago
balance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According to a report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper Series, working a three-day week gets the best performance from workers aged over... Read more
6 related stories
11d
The Morning Bulletin
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-timebalance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-time
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 11 days ago
balance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According to a report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper Series, working a three-day week gets the best performance from workers aged over... Read more
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11d
News Mail
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-timebalance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According
Middle-aged workers better off moving to part-time
News Mail / Posted 11 days ago
balance to many but the consensus is that it is far from realistic. According to a report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper Series, working a three-day week gets the best performance from workers aged over... Read more
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12d
Doctors Health Press
Can Working a 40-Hour Workweek Affect Your Health?April 21, 2016. Kajitani, S., et al., “Use It Too Much and Lose It? The Effect
Can Working a 40-Hour Workweek Affect Your Health?
Doctors Health Press / Posted 12 days ago
April 21, 2016. Kajitani, S., et al., “Use It Too Much and Lose It? The Effect of Working Hours on Cognitive Ability,” Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 7/16, February 2016;... Read more
14d
Sky News Australia
Australian Dollar on 10 month highcongestion in the 78.50-79.40 US cent range.' The main local risk event for th
Australian Dollar on 10 month high
Sky News Australia / Posted 14 days ago
congestion in the 78.50-79.40 US cent range.' The main local risk event for the dollar on Wednesday is the March Westpac/Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which indicates the likely pace of economic activity three to nine months into the... Read more
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14d
TheBull
$A stronger on improved commodity pricescongestion in the 78.50-79.40 US cent range." The main local risk event for th
$A stronger on improved commodity prices
TheBull / Posted 14 days ago
congestion in the 78.50-79.40 US cent range." The main local risk event for the dollar on Wednesday is the March Westpac/Melbourne Institute Leading Index, which indicates the likely pace of economic activity three to nine months into the... Read more
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14d
TheBull
Australian market set to open higher0645 AEST on Wednesday, the share price index was up 31 points at 5,212. In lo
Australian market set to open higher
TheBull / Posted 14 days ago
0645 AEST on Wednesday, the share price index was up 31 points at 5,212. In local economic news on Wednesday, the Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index of Economic Activity is due out, as is the Commonwealth Bank business sales indicator. In... Read more
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Northern Star
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a weekperformance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a week
Northern Star / Posted 14 days ago
performance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect. The report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper series, invited 3,000 men and 3,500 women in Australia to complete a series of cognitive... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a weekperformance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a week
The Daily Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
performance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect. The report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper series, invited 3,000 men and 3,500 women in Australia to complete a series of cognitive... Read more
12 related stories
14d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a weekperformance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a week
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
performance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect. The report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper series, invited 3,000 men and 3,500 women in Australia to complete a series of cognitive... Read more
12 related stories
15d
Queensland Times
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a weekperformance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a week
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
performance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect. The report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper series, invited 3,000 men and 3,500 women in Australia to complete a series of cognitive... Read more
12 related stories
15d
The Morning Bulletin
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a weekperformance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a week
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
performance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect. The report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper series, invited 3,000 men and 3,500 women in Australia to complete a series of cognitive... Read more
12 related stories
15d
News Mail
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a weekperformance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a week
News Mail / Posted 15 days ago
performance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect. The report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper series, invited 3,000 men and 3,500 women in Australia to complete a series of cognitive... Read more
12 related stories
15d
Daily Examiner
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a weekperformance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect
Study: People over 40 should only work three days a week
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
performance for the test subjects decreased as "fatigue and stress" took effect. The report, which was published in the Melbourne Institute Worker Paper series, invited 3,000 men and 3,500 women in Australia to complete a series of cognitive... Read more
12 related stories
15d
International Business Times
Three-day working week ideal for the over 40s cognitive functioning", indicating that the effects of long working hours are t
Three-day working week ideal for the over 40s
International Business Times / Posted 15 days ago
cognitive functioning", indicating that the effects of long working hours are the same on men and women. The research was published in the Melbourne Institute Working Papers series of the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Rese... Read more
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News.com.au
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by Japanese researchers and published by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. It found that for middle-aged and older people, working a... Read more
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Perth Now
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by Japanese researchers and published by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. It found that for middle-aged and older people, working a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by Japanese researchers and published by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. It found that for middle-aged and older people, working a... Read more
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Weekly Times
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'
Weekly Times / Posted 15 days ago
the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by Japanese researchers and published by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. It found that for middle-aged and older people, working a... Read more
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15d
Herald Sun
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by
Working more than 25hrs 'bad for brain'
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
the findings of a study of 6500 Australians aged over 40 that was conducted by Japanese researchers and published by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research. It found that for middle-aged and older people, working a... Read more
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16d
BBC News
Three-day working week 'optimal for over-40s'for the study was drawn from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Austr
Three-day working week 'optimal for over-40s'
BBC News / Posted 16 days ago
for the study was drawn from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia survey, which is conducted by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economics and Social Research at the University of Melbourne. It looks at people's economic... Read more
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16d
Daily Telegraph
Why you should go home early todayA new study has found that working overtime can hamper your brain’s function mo
Why you should go home early today
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
A new study has found that working overtime can hamper your brain’s function more than not working at all. Research by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research has found that workers who put in more than 60 hours a week are... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why you should go home early todayA new study has found that working overtime can hamper your brain’s function mo
Why you should go home early today
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
A new study has found that working overtime can hamper your brain’s function more than not working at all. Research by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research has found that workers who put in more than 60 hours a week are... Read more
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WA Today
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a weekextremely long hours have poorer mental function than those who do not work at
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
extremely long hours have poorer mental function than those who do not work at all. Photo: AFR These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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17d
Sydney Morning Herald
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Illustration: Matt... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
The North West Star
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
The North West Star / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
The Courier
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
The Courier / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
Northern Daily Leader
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
The Young Witness
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
The Young Witness / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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The Age
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Illustration: Matt... Read more
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Western Advocate
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
Western Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
Kiama Independent
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
Kiama Independent / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
Manning River Times
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
Manning River Times / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
Goondiwindi Argus
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
Daily Liberal
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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18d
The Border Mail
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn'
Why you shouldn't work more than 25 hours a week
The Border Mail / Posted 18 days ago
60-plus hours a week, your brain is actually performing worse than if you didn't work at all. These are the findings of a Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research study of 6500 Australians aged 40 and over. Researchers used... Read more
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20d
Investopedia
Australia Monthly Consumer Confidence index Hits 7-month lownumber comes despite an improvement in Australia’s business confidence. Accord
Australia Monthly Consumer Confidence index Hits 7-month low
Investopedia / Posted 20 days ago
number comes despite an improvement in Australia’s business confidence. According to the report compiled by the Westpac-Melbourne Institute, the monthly consumer sentiment index fell by 4% from 99.06 in March to 95.1 in April. This marks its... Read more
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News.com.au
Morrison keeping budget close to his cheststraight week and now stands below its long-run average for the first time in n
Morrison keeping budget close to his chest
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
straight week and now stands below its long-run average for the first time in nearly two months. Similarly the Westpac-Melbourne Institute monthly sentiment index fell by a further four per cent in April to show there are more pessimists than... Read more
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