Immigration in the last 5 years – focus on Queensland

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3 Responses

  1. Kelly Brooks says:

    The most reason why immigrants are opted to move to Queensland instead of choosing other states in Australia are the economic growth in Queensland which demands lots of opportunities in skilled migration and other jobs. For my own observation, the government can’t take all the demand so they make a strong campaign which attracts the immigrants to work in Queensland and get their families in the future.

  2. Robert Westwood says:

    I moved to Townsville and I love it, didn’t like Brisbane at all but Townsville is definitely now my home.

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