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National Seniors Australia survey results from people aged 50 and over about their housing situation.
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National Seniors Australia in partnership with the investment management company Challenger sought to find out how increased living costs were...
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This report is based on a survey of almost 6000 people aged 50+ and living in Australia about their experiences...
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The sentiments and experiences of people aged 50-plus in Australia
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National Seniors Australia surveyed 1300 members and affiliates to understand how drivers aged 60 years and older use and interact...
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Older people’s experiences of cost of living increases: a snapshot from the 2023 NSA Social Survey
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National Seniors Australia conducted research into older people and the cost of living to find out who is most affected....
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A 2022 National Seniors Australia survey of almost 3500 older Australians with a range of questions about community and quality...

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Giving older Australians a better future

National Seniors is a not-for-profit membership and advocacy organisation that gives older Australians – working and retired – a strong national voice. We tackle issues such as age discrimination, mature age employment, the Age Pension, social inclusion, cost of living concerns and more.

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