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3412.0 - Migration, Australia, 2009-10 Quality Declaration 
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 16/06/2011   
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CONTENTS

Main Features
Includes: MIGRATION IN CONTEXT, NET OVERSEAS MIGRATION (NOM), AUSTRALIA'S DIVERSE POPULATION, INTERSTATE MIGRATION, INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, NET OVERSEAS MIGRATION AND AUSTRALIA'S POPULATION GROWTH
A summary of key points in each chapter.
Migration in Context
Includes: INTRODUCTION, MIGRATION AND POPULATION GROWTH, MIGRATION AND THE STATES AND TERRITORIES, INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON
In recent years, net overseas migration accounted for over half of Australia's population growth at the national level.
Net Overseas Migration
Includes: INTRODUCTION, NOM ARRIVALS AND NOM DEPARTURES, NOM AND POPULATION GROWTH, NOM by AGE and SEX, NOM and the STATES AND TERRITORIES, TRAVELLER CHARACTERISTICS FROM FINAL NOM, THE TRAVELLERS' CHARACTERISTICS DATABASE
In 2009–10, Asustralia's net overseas migration declined for the first time since 2003–04.
Australia's Diverse Population
Includes: INTRODUCTION, INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON, HISTORY OF OVERSEAS-BORN IN AUSTRALIA, REGIONS OF BIRTH, MAIN COUNTRIES OF BIRTH, AUSTRALIA-BORN AND OVERSEAS-BORN, STATE AND TERRITORY COMPOSITION BY COUNTRY OF BIRTH
At 30 June 2010, data on the estimated resident population of Australia (22.3 million people) revealed that 27% of the population was born overseas (6.0 million people).
Interstate Migration
Includes: INTRODUCTION, TRENDS IN NET INTERSTATE MIGRATION (NIM) , NET INTERSTATE MIGRATION, 2009–10, POPULATION FLOWS, 2009–10, POPULATION TURNOVER, 2009–10, AGE STRUCTURE OF INTERSTATE MIGRANTS
It is estimated that 331,400 people moved interstate during 2009–10.
International Students, Net Overseas Migration and Australia's Population Growth
Includes: INTRODUCTION, ABS DATA SOURCE, DEFINITIONS AND DATA LIMITATIONS, NOM AND AUSTRALIA'S OFFICIAL POPULATION GROWTH, INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CONTRIBUTING TO NOM, INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND THE MOST RECENT ABS DATA AVAILABLE, INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND THE MOST RECENT DIAC DATA AVAILABLE, SUMMARY, DISCUSSION
This article explores the contribution that student visa holders have made to net overseas migration and ERP in recent years. It examines the characteristics including age, sex, state and territory, student visa subclass and country of birth.


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