Bernard Salt AM

Bernard Salt AM

Special Adviser, Demographics

Articles by Bernard Salt AM

Business & Economy

What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt: food & agriculture

Join Matt Moran, Emma Germano & Robert Poole to find out more.

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People & Community

What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt: Remote working and mental health during COVID-19

Bernard speaks with Deb Yates and Dr Jane Gunn to explore how businesses are embracing the remote working phenomenon in the wake of COVID-19.

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Government & Public Sector

What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt: The new reality for education

Bernard Salt speaks to rising star high school educator Yasodai Selvakumaran from Rooty Hill High School to hear how COVID-19 has changed the way students and teachers work together.

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Innovation & Digital

What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt: Predictions for a new reality post COVID-19

What Happens Next with Bernard Salt is a podcast series bringing you insights into what a new reality could look like post COVID-19. In episode 2, Bernard unpacks predictions for…

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Innovation & Digital

What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt: The new reality for healthcare post COVID-19

In our first episode of What Happens Next, host Bernard Salt discusses the role technology is playing in the Australian healthcare sector

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Business & Economy

Shifting demographics are changing priorities for retail investors

Demographic changes are making retail investors, on average, younger and more educated – with consequences for business.

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Social Impact

Accelerating Indigenous Entrepreneurship: Insights from the Census

It’s been a decade since the 2008 apology to the stolen generation and it’s fitting the 2016 Census results confirm a rise in the number of Indigenous business owners, both male and female.

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Energy & Natural Resources

The rise of energy poverty in Australia – both a social and moral issue

The release of the Australian Census data every five years offers a wealth of data about Australian residents. Match it with the Household Expenditure Survey (HES) which tracks money flows…

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Business & Economy

Skills for the future: what will give your kids the best career?

I am not going to talk about smashed avocado this week, even though I know that is what you want me to do. Instead I want to talk about advice…

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