"This time around, super is looking sick and older workers believe there's better value in working longer. The upshot is a diminution in interstate migration outflows and inflows.
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Migration to Queensland
Bernard Salt from KPMG has a very interesting article in The Australian today. It says that interstate migration to Queensland is slowing. But this decline has been offset by international migration to Queensland and a higher birth rate. According to Salt, this means that the rental market will be good but the residential sales market will be adversely impacted in the short term. An extract: