Mission Australia Youth Survey
- Created on Tuesday, 22 March 2011 12:55
Youth Survey 2013: let’s hear from young Australians
Mission Australia’s Youth Survey – the nation’s most anticipated temperature check of Australian teenagers’ views and concerns – is back for 2013.
Conducted every year since 2002, our survey is now the largest and most influential of its type. The results assist with the development of youth services, guide policy makers and give the media and community an insight into what teenagers really think.
Mission Australia’s Youth Survey is a great way for young voices to be heard.
The survey is open to all Australians aged between 15 and 19. It only takes around 15 minutes to complete, so if you are in the age bracket please share your views with us.
We’d love to learn more about issues and concerns you have, what’s important in your life; where you turn for advice and
support; your use of social media and the internet; activities you participate in; your views on work and study, personal wellbeing and the future.
In 2012 more than 15,000 young people took part in Mission Australia’s Youth Survey, and this year we’re hoping many more will share their thoughts.
If you’re a youth worker, youth group leader or have family, friends, neighbours or employees aged between 15 and 19, please ask them to take part.
We want to find out how young Australians from all walks of life and parts of the nation feel. Please share the Youth Survey link on social media. And if you’re Tweeting, please include the #youthsurvey hashtag.
Want to learn more?
Read the results from previous Youth Surveys.
In 2012 we asked adults what they thought were the big issues facing today’s teenagers. Watch our videos to see what they
had to say.