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Brain drain undergoing ‘big reversal’ in SA as net interstate migration hits 30-year high – ABC News

While some, including an interstate Premier, have questioned South Australia’s desirability as a destination in recent years, the SA government says the state’s…



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Less than a year ago, Victoria’s Premier sparked a parochial war of words when he questioned South Australia’s status as a destination of choice.

  • SA has been in the grip of a so-called “brain drain” in recent years
  • But the SA Government says that trend is now showing signs of reversing
  • SA’s coronavirus response and emerging jobs sectors have been linked to the reversal

“I don’t want to be offensive to South Australians, but why would you want to go there?” Daniel Andrews jibed.
In recent years, South…

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