sorry but advise what & I will edit if political.May be worth reporting.
nope. It's much cheaper now than when at parity, to ski in usa. Many places, that get many aussies adjust their prices to suit. It's called yield management.U.S.A. is expensive. Parity was good. Unfortunately long gone.
okI know this may be a technical point, but it has been mentioned above before about the conditions to call in the 'R' word, and we're not there yet. I can see enough in my own surroundings to know that things are flat, but that doesn't count.
sorry but advise what & I will edit if political
tipping is only for those who want to tip. Many australians are finding it tough & so many do a budget to see if they can go o/s. The last thing they are going to do is tip, when you don't have to.U.S.A. is expensive. Parity was good. Unfortunately long gone.
Edit: Also, tipping is rife. It’s now the culture, like it or loathe it, but then again, we have a whole thread on that.
Several family members in the building industry tell me the opposite. They can’t keep up with the work on the horizonok
1. retail is stuffed (online having some impact)
2. real estate, including building, developing is stuffed
3. hospitality is stuffed, or at least restaurants, maybe not burger joints or take away
4. many airlines inc emirates are posting massively reduced profits
Many under 40 years old, have never seen a recession & suspect many on this forum are under 40.
It's going to get very ugly(didn't matter who won last night) The only thing that changes, is that confidence will go up a bit IMO.
work on the horizon ? Signed contracts or ?Several family members in the building industry tell me the opposite. They can’t keep up with the work on the horizon
Contracts signed and are work coming out of their eyeballs. Can’t get enough tradies in Adelaide to keep up with the work currentlywork on the horizon ? Signed contracts or ?
Good luck to them if they can get it. Building costs are certainly on their way down as many traddies are desperate for work.