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Why Auckland? - Department of Labour

Why Auckland? - Department of Labour

Why Auckland? - Department of

Why Auckland? Advice and opportunity: a study of why migrants settle in Auckland Introduction It is recognised internationally that newly-arrived migrants tend to settle in ‘spatially concentrated areas’. In New Zealand, most migrants go to the Auckland region. The 2001 census showed that about 60 percent of adult migrants who had arrived in New Zealand since 1996 lived in central or south Auckland and that the concentration of recent migrants in Auckland and South Auckland was increasing. 1 This report is a second exploratory study into why and how migrants settle in different locations within New Zealand. The first explored the reasons for migrants’ choice of Wellington as a destination. 2

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