As wealth continues to gather in the bank accounts of the secure few, a swathe of the Australian middle-class is languishing in part-time work with stagnant pay, argues Malcolm King.
Young South Australians enjoy none of the financial advantages of the Baby Boomers and the political establishment isn’t interested in bridging this growing generational gulf, writes Malcolm King.
When I look in life’s rear-vision mirror, I don’t see an inevitable and steady career progression. I see a game of Snakes and Ladders.
Simplistic optimism won’t solve any of South Australia’s economic or social problems, argues Malcolm King.
Australia’s media and politicians have eschewed the serious debates of the past to engage in an endless and senseless culture war, writes Malcolm King.
The widening gap between profits and wages growth is damaging Australia’s social fabric, writes Malcolm King, but that’s not the only source of pain between workers and business.