Mobility in Europe raises, study finds

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The new publication by Eurostat titled “People on the move – statistics on mobility in Europe” finds that people in today’s Europe are on the move more than ever before, be it due to migration, education, work or tourism.
According to the publication, among the half a billion people living in the EU, 8% do not have the nationality of their country of residence.
The data is categorised in four key areas: an overview of people studying abroad, migration, means of transportation and tourism.


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