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Migration and social risk by citizenship group, EU27, 2011

Migration and social risk by citizenship group, EU27, 2011

Migration and social risk by citizenship group, EU27, 2011

The chart shows per 1 000 population the ratio of persons aged between 18 and 59 who live in households with very low work intensity and can thus be considered at risk of poverty or social exclusion, differentiated by citizenship group (nationals, EU foreigners and non-EU foreigners).
Households with very low “work intensity” are those in which the working age members of the household worked less than 20% of their potential during the past year. These rates appear to be on average 10% for national residents, 9% for immigrants from another EU country and 16% for non-EU foreigners. Figures for Ireland are for 2010, and for Poland figures for EU foreigners refer to 2007. In Slovakia Data for non-EU foreigners are not available, nor are data for EU foreigners in Bulgaria. No data are available for Romania.


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