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  • Media Release : Bankwest 3rd Key Worker Housing Affordability Report 2011
    indicator series contact us rates fees find us security Log on to Online Banking Personal Online Banking Business Share Trading Insurance More Rewards Business Rewards Search home about us media centre news archive Bankwest 3rd Key Worker Housing Affordability Report 2011 Bankwest 3rd Key Worker Housing Affordability Report 2011 http s7 addthis com js 250 addthis widget js pubid bwwebadmin Print this page financial indicator series Thu Mar 10 14 56 49 WST 2011 The third Bankwest Key Worker Housing Affordability Report has revealed police teachers nurses fire fighters and ambulance officers are struggling to hop on the property ladder in every capital city except Hobart The latest in Bankwest s ongoing Financial Indicator series the Bankwest Key Worker Housing Affordability Report sources data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Residex National key workers report PDF 68 6474609375KB Key Worker Report PDF 186 435546875KB WA key workers report PDF 69 7099609375KB VIC key workers report PDF 69 83984375KB NSW key workers report PDF 70 2421875KB QLD key workers report PDF 66 708984375KB SA key workers report PDF 69 248046875KB TAS key workers report PDF 65 22265625KB ACT key workers report PDF 70 0576171875KB NT key workers report PDF 67 87109375KB Ends all news articles search news media enquiries all journalist enquiries should be directed to Russell Quinn 0477 329 447 general enquiries call 13 17 19 business enquiries call 13 7000 careers media centre site map terms conditions accessibility privacy policy financial hardship 2014 Copyright Bankwest a division of Commonwealth Bank of Australia Bankwest ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL Australian credit licence 234945 All rights reserved To use this Website you are required to read the Financial Services Guide which you agree to be provided by accessing the link Bankwest is a division of Commonwealth Bank of Australia

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/media-centre/financial-indicator-series/bankwest-3rd-key-worker-housing-affordability-report-2011-1292482379181 (2014-07-08)
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  • Media Release : Business Skills Survey
    Log on to Online Banking Personal Online Banking Business Share Trading Insurance More Rewards Business Rewards Search home about us media centre news archive Business Skills Survey Business Skills Survey http s7 addthis com js 250 addthis widget js pubid bwwebadmin Print this page financial indicator series Tue Feb 01 14 58 44 WST 2011 The latest report in the Bankwest Social Indicator Series has revealed that with national job vacancies climbing to 237 000 almost one in three 31 per cent businesses are now being directly impacted by skills shortages The Business Skills Survey also revealed The mining states of Western Australia and Queensland are where businesses are hardest hit by the skills shortage 40 per cent are directly impacted Businesses in capital cities have greater difficulty recruiting staff compared to businesses in regional areas Thirty seven per cent of businesses who have experienced skills shortages have recruited from interstate and 29 per cent have recruited from overseas and Two thirds of businesses 65 per cent looking for workers find it particularly difficult to recruit experienced staff Download a copy of the full report and a breakdown on each state below skills shortage National PDF 60 572265625KB skills shortage WA PDF 60 376953125KB skills shortage QLD PDF 60 4130859375KB Ends all news articles search news media enquiries all journalist enquiries should be directed to Russell Quinn 0477 329 447 general enquiries call 13 17 19 business enquiries call 13 7000 careers media centre site map terms conditions accessibility privacy policy financial hardship 2014 Copyright Bankwest a division of Commonwealth Bank of Australia Bankwest ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL Australian credit licence 234945 All rights reserved To use this Website you are required to read the Financial Services Guide which you agree to be provided by accessing the link

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/media-centre/financial-indicator-series/business-skills-survey-1292481420976 (2014-07-08)
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  • Media Release : Cost of Kids and School Report
    Banking Business Share Trading Insurance More Rewards Business Rewards Search home about us media centre news archive Cost of kids and school report Cost of kids and school report http s7 addthis com js 250 addthis widget js pubid bwwebadmin Print this page financial indicator series Sun Jan 23 11 34 41 WST 2011 The latest report in Bankwest s on going Social Indicator Series has revealed school expenses including uniforms textbooks and excursions are putting a further squeeze on the family budget with the cost totalling almost 2 000 per year for each child The Cost of Kids and School report revealed during the lifetime of an average primary and high school education Australian parents could expect to fork out more than 25 000 on ad hoc expenses For students with additional private school fees parents would on average pay close to 100 000 per child based on the current year s survey results Download a copy of the full report and a breakdown on each state below Cost of education National PDF 62 6171875KB Cost of education NSW PDF 63 640625KB Cost of education QLD PDF 63 6943359375KB Cost of education VIC PDF 63 681640625KB Cost of education WA PDF 63 5908203125KB Cost of education SA PDF 63 6357421875KB Cost of education tables PDF 73 736328125KB Ends all news articles search news media enquiries all journalist enquiries should be directed to Russell Quinn 0477 329 447 general enquiries call 13 17 19 business enquiries call 13 7000 careers media centre site map terms conditions accessibility privacy policy financial hardship 2014 Copyright Bankwest a division of Commonwealth Bank of Australia Bankwest ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL Australian credit licence 234945 All rights reserved To use this Website you are required to read the Financial Services Guide which you

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/media-centre/financial-indicator-series/cost-of-kids-and-school-report-1269946874477 (2014-07-08)
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  • Media Release : Bankwest Christmas Toys Survey
    new online destination for Small Business media centre overview news archive financial indicator series contact us rates fees find us security Log on to Online Banking Personal Online Banking Business Share Trading Insurance More Rewards Business Rewards Search home about us media centre news archive Bankwest Christmas toys survey Bankwest Christmas toys survey http s7 addthis com js 250 addthis widget js pubid bwwebadmin Print this page financial indicator series Tue Dec 21 14 56 49 WST 2010 Bankwest s second Christmas Toys survey reveals that Australian parents are spending on average 390 on presents for each child The survey part of Bankwest s ongoing Social Indicator Series also reveals reveals Queenslanders 443 and mums 397 shell out the most on toys for theirkids this Christmas The Bankwest Christmas Toys survey sources data from an online survey facilitated by Brand Management Toys Media Release National PDF 53 2763671875KB Toys Media Release NSW PDF 55 8173828125KB Toys Media Release QLD PDF 55 8271484375KB Toys Media Release SA PDF 55 171875KB Toys Media Release VIC PDF 56 2529296875KB Toys Media Release WA PDF 55 4677734375KB Christmas Toys tables PDF 59 1259765625KB Ends all news articles search news media enquiries all journalist enquiries should be directed to Russell Quinn 0477 329 447 general enquiries call 13 17 19 business enquiries call 13 7000 careers media centre site map terms conditions accessibility privacy policy financial hardship 2014 Copyright Bankwest a division of Commonwealth Bank of Australia Bankwest ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL Australian credit licence 234945 All rights reserved To use this Website you are required to read the Financial Services Guide which you agree to be provided by accessing the link Bankwest is a division of Commonwealth Bank of Australia which is the product issuer unless otherwise stated Rates stated are subject

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/media-centre/financial-indicator-series/bankwest-christmas-toys-survey-1269946747233 (2014-07-08)
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  • Media Release : Bankwest Residential Stamp Duty Report 2010
    Online Banking Personal Online Banking Business Share Trading Insurance More Rewards Business Rewards Search home about us media centre news archive Bankwest Residential Stamp Duty Report 2010 Bankwest Residential Stamp Duty Report 2010 http s7 addthis com js 250 addthis widget js pubid bwwebadmin Print this page financial indicator series Mon Dec 13 14 56 49 WST 2010 The Bankwest Residential Stamp Duty Report is the second edition of the report It compares the cost of stamp duty as a percentage of household income median stamp duty bills and stamp duty as a percentage of property prices The latest in Bankwest s on going Financial Indicator Series the Bankwest Residential Stamp Duty Report sources data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics state revenue offices and Residex Residential Stamp Duty National Media Release PDF 100 6845703125KB Residential Stamp Duty Report PDF 157 283203125KB Residential Stamp Duty Media Release WA PDF 87 31640625KB Residential Stamp Duty Media Release VIC PDF 88 1083984375KB Residential Stamp Duty Media Release NSW PDF 88 1572265625KB Residential Stamp Duty Media Release QLD PDF 87 2353515625KB Residential Stamp Duty Media Release SA PDF 87 2353515625KB Residential Stamp Duty Media Release TAS PDF 87 1064453125KB Residential Stamp Duty Media Release ACT PDF 79 6591796875KB Residential Stamp Duty Media Release NT PDF 80 06640625KB Ends all news articles search news media enquiries all journalist enquiries should be directed to Russell Quinn 0477 329 447 general enquiries call 13 17 19 business enquiries call 13 7000 careers media centre site map terms conditions accessibility privacy policy financial hardship 2014 Copyright Bankwest a division of Commonwealth Bank of Australia Bankwest ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL Australian credit licence 234945 All rights reserved To use this Website you are required to read the Financial Services Guide which you agree to be provided

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/media-centre/financial-indicator-series/bankwest-residential-stamp-duty-report-2010-1269946745069 (2014-07-08)
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  • Media Release : Bankwest working times report 2010
    find us security Log on to Online Banking Personal Online Banking Business Share Trading Insurance More Rewards Business Rewards Search home about us media centre news archive Bankwest working times report 2010 Bankwest working times report 2010 http s7 addthis com js 250 addthis widget js pubid bwwebadmin Print this page financial indicator series Mon Sep 27 11 55 09 WST 2010 The Working Times report is the latest report in the Bankwest Financial Indicator Series It challenges the notion that Australians are working longer than ever by examining changes in average hours worked over the past decade It s based on data from the ABS quarterly Labour Force survey Download a copy of the National media Release full report and a breakdown on each state below Working Times National Media Release pdf PDF 76 4375KB Working Times Report September 2010 PDF 135 5478515625KB Working Times Media Release NSW PDF 76 611328125KB Working Times Media Release VIC PDF 76 580078125KB Working Times Media Release QLD PDF 76 5458984375KB Working Times Media Release WA PDF 76 462890625KB Working Times Media Release SA PDF 76 5712890625KB Working Times Media Release TAS PDF 76 7578125KB Working Times Media Release ACT PDF 76 5419921875KB Working Times Media Release NT PDF 76 658203125KB Ends all news articles search news media enquiries all journalist enquiries should be directed to Russell Quinn 0477 329 447 general enquiries call 13 17 19 business enquiries call 13 7000 careers media centre site map terms conditions accessibility privacy policy financial hardship 2014 Copyright Bankwest a division of Commonwealth Bank of Australia Bankwest ABN 48 123 123 124 AFSL Australian credit licence 234945 All rights reserved To use this Website you are required to read the Financial Services Guide which you agree to be provided by accessing the link Bankwest is

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/media-centre/financial-indicator-series/bankwest-working-times-report-2010-1269946736423 (2014-07-08)
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  • Media Release : Bankwest First Time Home Buyer Report 2010
    deposit up from 3 7 years The second annual Bankwest First Time Home Buyer Report also found thousands of young Australians have been forced to rent or live at home with their parents for an extra 10 months as they struggle to pull together a house deposit The research shows a first time buyer couple needs to raise an 85 800 deposit to purchase the median house and 76 900 to buy a median unit There are 26 Local Government Areas LGAs in Sydney Melbourne and Perth where it would take a first home buyer couple on average earnings more than a decade to save a house deposit Bankwest Retail Chief Executive Vittoria Shortt said this was the stark reality of a strong Australian property sector Increasingly we are seeing an entrenched two speed market emerging with property owners on one side and a growing army of first home buyers seemingly locked out on the other Ms Shortt said Ms Shortt said first time buyers needed on average four and a half years to get together a conservative 20 per cent house deposit This drops to four years for first time unit buyers Download a copy of the full report and a breakdown on each state below First Time Home Buyers National Report PDF 1064 869140625KB First Time Home Buyers Deposit Report PDF 1359 1484375KB First Time Home Buyers Report NSW PDF 646 5166015625KB First Time Home Buyers Report VIC PDF 586 5087890625KB First Time Home Buyers Report QLD PDF 297 1884765625KB First Time Home Buyers Report WA PDF 293 8740234375KB First Time Home Buyers Report SA PDF 283 05078125KB First Time Home Buyers Report ACT PDF 59 9091796875KB First Time Home Buyers Report TAS PDF 299 8984375KB First Time Home Buyers Report NT PDF 60 408203125KB Ends all news

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/media-centre/financial-indicator-series/bankwest-first-time-home-buyer-report-2010-1269940006802 (2014-07-08)
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  • Media Release : Taxing Time Survey
    2 344 this financial year with almost half of Australia s 13 million taxpayers planning to use their windfall to pay off or reduce their personal debt The latest report in the Bankwest Social Indicator Series Taxing Time also shows 42 percent of Australians expect to receive a refund of less than 1 000 this year while five percent expect to receive nothing The report has also found more than one in 10 taxpayers use their tax refund as a form of enforced savings But not everyone is looking forward to the end of the financial year with one in ten taxpayers likely to end up owing the Federal Government money this year Of those who are expecting a refund one in three are planning on saving the money In contrast to their spend now pay later image half of all Gen Ys 52 percent plan on saving their tax return compared to only a quarter of Gen X Australian Tax Office figures shows 12 6 million people lodged income tax returns in the 2007 2008 financial year an increase of 841 536 from the previous year Bankwest Retail Chief Executive Vittoria Shortt said the Taxing Time survey shows just how prudent Australians have become People are being far more cautious with their returns than in previous years and using their refund to save or reduce debt she said Download a copy of the media release and a breakdown on each state below Taxing Time National PDF 52 4833984375KB Taxing Time Tables PDF 73 4462890625KB Taxing Time NSW PDF 52 849609375KB Taxing Time VIC PDF 53 4150390625KB Taxing Time QLD PDF 53 7421875KB Taxing Time WA PDF 52 6962890625KB Taxing Time SA PDF 53 5673828125KB Ends all news articles search news media enquiries all journalist enquiries should be directed to

    Original URL path: http://www.bankwest.com.au/media-centre/financial-indicator-series/taxing-time-survey-1269940003205 (2014-07-08)
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