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Cloe Read and Jocelyn Garcia
More young people are leaving NSW and Victoria to move to Queensland as the “Millennial migration” between Australian states is expected to peak.
The shift comes as Brisbane’s emerging global-city status continues to draw interstate interest, and will soon attract international migrants and overseas investment.
In September, Queensland outshone every other state and territory with the biggest boost in the number of people in work, while recording the second-worst unemployment rate in Australia.