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Matusik Infographic: Australian Overseas Migration - Jan 2014

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Close to one in three people living in Australia's were born overseas - most still come from the old dart - yet big increases have been seen from other nations of late. Most overseas migrants move to NSW or Victoria & almost half are on temporary vistas.
AUSTRALIAN OVERSEAS MIGRATION
% born overseas
1953
30%
2013
6.4 million people now living in Australia were born overseas - that's close to
20%
6%
7%
9%
4%
top 5 nations
Most of Australia's overseas migrants still come from England; followed by New Zealand; China; India & Vietnam.
biggest increase
Biggest increase over last five years in Australia's overseas migrant nations - Italy; China; Philippines; Greece & New Zealand.
55% italy
54% china
37% philippines
26% greece
24% new zealand
245,000 overseas migrants
Most of Australia's 245,000 new overseas migrants from last year settled in NSW, Victoria, WA & Queensland.
28%
25%
21%
19%
Entry status
One in two overseas migrants entering Australia do so on a temporary visa. Just a third come into Australia on a permanent basis.
50% temporary visa
33% permanent visa
21% new Zealand citizen
17% working holiday 15% 457 work skilled visa 13% visitor
14% family category 13% skilled work visa
Chinese residents
Most of Australia's 400,000 Chinese-born residents live in either NSW or Victoria. Some do live in Queensland & fewer still in Western Australia & South Australia.
5%
5%
9%
29%
49%
OVERSEAS BUYING
Settlement records from last year show that only a small proportion of residential property in Queensland actually sold offshore. One in ten Brisbane dwellings sold to an overseas buyer during 2013.
5%
Matusik analysis ABS 3412.0 & rpdATA/QLD GOVT January 2014
8%
11%
5%
5%
3%
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