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The unwinding of the commodity and mining investment boom will take the lustre out of the Western Australian, Northern Territory and Queensland economies over the next few years, according to Access Economics, as the nation's economic backdrop continues to get uglier.

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I don't think that WA or any of the resource rich states will be as hit as hard as the government might think. Many of the people that mining companies employ these days travel from their homes in Melbourne, Sydney, Queensland, NZ and overseas. I believe that if we remain positive and continue to have confidence in our employers to act appropriately then we will have a stronger economy. I think people should not spend money without need, but this is true in a robust economy as well as a softer economy. I think it is worthwhile reflecting on whether you as a person are being productive, being helpful and staying positive rather than get all negative about that we may or may not feel of the impact of the world Global financial crisis. It is just circumstances and something that you can not control really, so get on with the job of being the best you can be and everything else will fall into line.

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