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|Emigration rises as Australians bail out, according to Department of Immigration|
|Topic Started: 20 Nov 2011 - 21:55 (92 Views)|
|Admin||20 Nov 2011 - 21:55 Post #1|
Emigration rises as Australians bail out, according to Department of Immigration
by: Caroline Marcus
From: The Sunday Mail (Qld)
November 20, 2011 12:00AM
OVERALL migration from Australia has soared to a record high - with 88,000 leaving in the past year.
The stampede abroad represents a massive 90 per cent increase from the previous decade, figures from the Department of Immigration show.
Half the emigrants are Australian-born who have chosen to start new lives in Britain (15,119), New Zealand, (14,596), the US (8046) and Singapore (6952).
NSW had the most number of permanent departures - 40 per cent - followed by Victoria (22 per cent) and Queensland (20 per cent). cont..
Finally an article about our peaking emigration.
|Admin||21 Nov 2011 - 09:16 Post #2|
|I also note that the ABS is still spruiking that the majority return within one year. Completely false as half were non-Australian born and of them approx 30,000 indicated they would be gone for 5 or more years.|
|SuperEgo||21 Nov 2011 - 17:54 Post #3|
they are getting out cause
we are getting flooded with bad immigration
its called and invasion
and its very hard to get your head around
we where brought up with our country our people our land
and it was all BS
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