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Occasional Paper

Occasional Paper

No. 11

Published on 25 January 2005

Scotland’s Census 2001 - Statistics on Migration

This paper presents information from the 2001 Census on the characteristics of migrants. Although most of the information is provided at local authority area level, there are also analyses of migration between urban and rural areas. The paper looks at different groups of migrants, namely those who moved within Scotland, those who moved between Scotland and the rest of the UK and those who moved to Scotland from overseas.


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