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MIGRANTS secured more than half of the 240,000 full-time jobs created over the past 12 months as employers ran out of qualified local-born people to fill job vacancies.


Overseas-born Australians enjoy a lower unemployment rate than their local-born counterparts -- 4.4 per cent to 4.6 per cent. The advantage is greater still for English-speaking migrants from New Zealand, Britain and Ireland, who all boast unemployment rates with a three in front of them.


Migrants beating locals to new jobs | The Australian

Andrew Smith, B. Bus., M. Ed. Web http://www.aiec.hu Blog http://aiecquest.wordpress.com

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