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Published by source: 24 April 2019
The section 'Labour mobility' provides demographical and labour statistics on people either born in European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) area or having the citizenship of an EU/EFTA country and residing elsewhere on the EU and EFTA territories except their country of birth/citizenship. This implies aggregating the estimates coming from Labour Force Survey samples (EU-LFS) of all EU/EFTA countries except that of origin or nationality to find all the persons of a certain nationality or country of origin that reside elsewhere where the EU rules regarding the free movement of people apply. More specifically, they can be identified only if effectively a changed of residence implying crossing a border has taken place, meaning they reside (or intend to do so) in another country for at least 12 months. Short term movements are therefore not taken into account.