22 Apr '12, 4pm

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@KINAAABANANA hihi is this gonna help you

The AMP-NATSEM Income and Wealth Report shows Australia is one of the most multicultural nations in the world, second only to Luxembourg and tying with Switzerland. One-quarter of our population was born overseas, almost twice the proportion of the United States and more than twice that of Britain. Advertisement: Story continues below But the talents of many migrants are being wasted. About 40 per cent of highly educated migrants of working-age from non-English speaking countries are stuck in low or medium-skilled jobs. The report, Calling Australia Home , was commissioned by AMP from the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling at the University of Canberra. It will be released today. It reveals that refugees make up a tiny percentage of our population compared with most countries in the developed world and that the numbers admitted under our humanitarian program...

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