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PESTLE: socio-cultural change
Transcript of PESTLE: socio-cultural change
The proportion of single women living alone
more than doubled from 9.8 per cent in 1983 to 21.7 per cent in 2002,
UK Population Trends
Cost of Living
Social media:Internet usage
The Changing Consumer, Power and Awareness
The Knowlege society
The Intelligent consumer
The Changing role
of women in the family
What does this demographic change mean for business organisations in H,T & E?
The baby boomers were born during a period of rapid population growth and social change between 1946-64, with 17m births recorded in Britain alone during this period.
Today, for the first time in history, Britain’s over-65s now outnumber people under the age of 16.
Rising longevity (30 years in 20 century)
Lower/declining birth rates, 1.9 children versus 2.9 in 1970s
Earnings are finally growing above the rate of inflation
ONS Office for National Statistics
Price Waterhouse Coopers 2015
Why do you think it is important for business to monitor social change?
The Resolution Foundation 2015
The Guardian 2015