The British move to Australia
MOVE TO AUSTRALIA | According to the latest statistics, there were roughly 1.19 million UK-born expatriates living in Australia, making it the most popular country for British people who live abroad.
The UK is also the largest source of visitors to Australia, with 590,000 Brits holidaying in 2009/10. The year-on-year increment is between 25,000 and 30,000 new permanent UK-born people.
Interestingly enough, the median age of British-born migrants in Australia is 53 years old, while the labour force participation rate was 60%, which is lower than the national average of 65%.
New South Wales was the most popular state for UK-born residents in Australia at the time of the last Census in 2006, with 25%.
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