Is the baby bonus responsible for the high birth rate in Australia?

Glenn - The Census Expert

Glenn is an ABS data expert with huge intellect and capacity to convert demographic data into profound insights about places. He has contributed numerous blogs and consulting projects covering economic development, housing consumption and affordability, migration, fertility, ageing, role and function of ‘place’, communities of interest and more. Glenn works with over 120 councils bringing the client perspective into the development of our information products. He is a Census data expert, having worked at the Australian Bureau of Statistics for 10 years. If there's anything Glenn doesn't know about the Census, it's probably not worth knowing - so ask Glenn!

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  1. Kate Jenkins says:

    Thanks Glen for this article. It gave me a clear insight into some of the reasons why women are and are not having children. Your writing style in presenting statistics was fresh and enlightening. I hope to reference some of your information in my essay.
    Kate Jenkins

  2. jana dj says:

    Hello, I am confused with the new announcement does it mean that if a couples combined income is $150 or more then they will not get the baby bonus or is it if each couple earns $150,000 or more? So If I earn $40,000 and partner earns $40,000 we should still get it?

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