Consumer stress rises as concerns over cost of living hit a 2-year high. But, ahead of the federal election & with very low unemployment, stress relating to government policy & job security eased.
The NAB Consumer Stress Index fell for the second straight quarter in Q4 2021.
Over 1 in 5 Australians have changed jobs in the past year. Almost 1 in 4 are considering it, with many planning to move to a new role in a new industry or take a career break.
The NAB Consumer Stress Index fell to 55.5 pts in Q3 2021, as concerns eased, particularly those around funding retirement and health.
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