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WA records 10% fall in overseas workers

The number of temporary skilled overseas workers coming to Western Australia dropped nearly 10 per cent in the 2009 financial year following changes implemented by the Rudd government and the global economic slowdown.

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2 concerning points. June is 45% lower than June last year and this must be having a dramatic impact on Immigration agents and business migration in general. This lack of migration will have a further downward impact on the WA economy. The second that nurses was the only profession to hold up suggests that the health system has been under funded for such a long time and is still in need of massive injection of resources. Good to see that we are fixing the problem at last

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