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Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Economics
Michael is a data-driven economist helping business and government decision makers look at problems in new ways and find solutions to pressing issues.
Michael is interested in labour market economics and keen to understand the behaviour and circumstances that lead people to specific jobs and how this contributes to the community. Michael analyses local and industry economic trends to examine how different factors shape the way we work over time. Skilled in economic analysis, Michael applies macro trends to local projects to better understand how to improve liveability in cities and regions.
When Michael is not busy finding trends in economic data, he is often playing guitar in a few local bands or producing his own music.