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Tourism sector opens up job opportunities

Queensland’s tourism sector is going from strength to strength, with thousands of visitors heading to the state every year to see what it has to offer.

This, of course, means that tourism providers all over the state need staff to stay on top of these growing numbers, which could open up job opportunities if you’re moving into houses for sale in Hawthorne.

State premier Campbell Newman revealed how over the past three years, 27,000 new roles have been created in the sector, adding $3.5 billion to the local economy.

Queensland has seen its number of overnight visitors increase 1.2 per cent over this period, as tourists hope to see the state’s many cities and natural sights, as well as take part in major and regional events.

This follows the news that job figures have been boosted throughout the area, with 26,500 roles created in Queensland over the course of August this year.

Treasurer Tim Nicholls explained how Queensland came second only to New South Wales in terms of job creation and has now seen 16 months of growth.

Knowing there’s a chance of securing a job when you move to Hawthorne can give you a real boost, which is why these figures should be welcomed by any would-be property buyer.

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