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8924.3 - Migration, Queensland, 1996  
Withdrawn ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 30/12/1999   
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Contains a comprehensive analysis of migration to, from and within Queensland between 1991 and 1996. Migration is a major component of population growth in Queensland. Changing patterns of population distribution result in different demands for services and facilities as well as creating new markets and opportunities. This report includes an overview of migration in Queensland as well as details of intrastate and interstate flows at the Local Government Area level and data on patterns of flows and characteristics of movers (age, labour force status, occupation, individual income) at Statistical Division and State level.

This publication is produced by the Queensland Department of Communication and Information, Local Government, Planning and Sport, with an agreement to sell through the ABS Bookshop.

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