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Australia’s fastest growing population: How does this compare to other countries?

Posted October 08, 2018 09:33:33 Australia’s population is growing at a rate of about 1.5 per cent a year.

The national rate is 0.3 per cent.

But the fastest-growing population is in the northern states of NSW and Victoria, which has been growing at an annual rate of 3.1 per cent for the past four years.

This is the fastest growth rate for any country in the world, according to figures from the World Bank.

The figures also show that the median income in Australia is $28,000.

And the median home price in Australia rose by $10,500 between June 2017 and June 2018.

The World Bank has said Australia is one of the most “wealthy” countries in the developed world, and it is home to some of the richest people in the country.

But some economists are concerned about its growth rate and the impact it will have on poverty.

In its report titled “Growing Inequality in Australia: How Rising Inequality Is Affecting the Country’s Poverty”, the World Banks report found that Australia has the fifth-highest inequality of any country on the planet.

This compares with South Africa, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Canada, Denmark and Switzerland.

“The growth of the population is one thing that has been happening for the last four decades,” Professor Robert Lister from the University of Sydney’s School of Population and Development said.

That’s not something that’s going to go away.” “

There is growing inequality in the economy.

That’s not something that’s going to go away.”

What is growing income inequality?

“The big issue is how you define ‘wealth’,” Professor Lister said.

People in richer countries often say that they are wealthier than their counterparts in poorer countries.

The OECD, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, defines wealth as a country’s total value of goods and services, with less than 5 per cent of a countrys GDP coming from investment.

“In contrast, Australia has a much higher level of inequality than most OECD countries,” Professor Listers study found.

“As a result, Australia’s rich people are more likely to be wealthy than their poor neighbours.”

And while the average income of a middle-income Australian family was $38,000 in 2016, in 2020, it was $44,000, compared with $29,000 for a family in the poorest third of the OECD.

Professors Lister and Professor Robert said the high levels of inequality was one of Australia’s main issues.

“I think there’s a very high level of poverty in Australia, and that’s an issue that we’ve had for quite some time,” Professor David Beattie, an economist from the Australian National University’s School, said.

Professor Beatties study found that poverty rates are rising across the country, but the proportion of people living below the poverty line is falling.

In the past decade, Australia ranked sixth out of 20 OECD countries for poverty rates, with 12.1 percent of people on welfare.

Prof Beattes report also found that a growing number of people are living on less than $100 a day, with 25.6 per cent living in households that are below the $200 threshold.

Professor Robert says Australia’s “wealth” has been built up over time.

“You have a very large proportion of the people living in very poor circumstances,” he said.

But he said while there are people living on below-the-poverty lines, “the number of Australians on those lines is not large.”

Professor Beatts study found Australia’s median household income rose by about $11,500 in the past five years, but it fell by about 5 per the number of workers.

Professor Linders report said Australia’s low-income families are more economically disadvantaged than the middle-class families.

He said while the number and the income of low- and middle-wage earners are growing, their wages are falling.

“It’s not necessarily because the people at the bottom are doing worse, it’s because the money is being diverted from the middle to the top,” he told ABC Radio Melbourne.

He says the growth of inequality is having a negative impact on families in poverty.

“When it comes to low-paid workers, it doesn’t seem to be doing any better,” he explained.

“A lot of people don’t have jobs and they’re not getting paid very well.”

Are you living in poverty?

The World’s poorest people: Australia’s richest people and their incomes, 2016-2017 Source: ABC News/AAP “The biggest driver of poverty is actually inequality.

It’s not just the rich people,” Professor Bettes study found, adding that the richest 20 per cent now own more wealth than the poorest 20 per per cent combined.

But Professor Robert thinks that this is only the beginning.

“We have a long way to go before we are able to