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Scotland's Migration Trends

SCOTLAND'S MIGRATION TRENDS ADDITIONAL RESEARCH. DATA VISUALISATION & INFOGRAPHICS Estimated Net 1951-1952 1957-1958 1963-1964 1969-1970 1975-1976 1981-1982 1987-1988 1993-1994 1999-2000 2005-2006 2010-2011 40 Migration 30 Scotland has moved from a net EXPORTER of people... 1951-2011 20 10 In 2010-1, the net migration gain .to a net IMPORTER of people 27,000, the -20 was highest since esti- mates began in -40 1951 -50 Year to 30 June IN 43.700 IN 42.300 IN 86,000 Migration between Rest of UK / Overseas OUT 40,800 OUT 16,900 OUT 57,700 2010-2011 The LARGEST part of total net migration is net migration from OVERSEAS Rest of UK Overseas Total Migration between Scotland and Rest of UK / Overseas Age 90+ by age, mid 2010 - mid 2011 80-89 Age 70-79 peak ages for in-migration from overseas are 22 and 23 90+ 60-69 80-89 IN 50-59 P 70-79 40-49 60-69 D OUT 30-39 SHETLAND 50-59 G 20-29 40-49 NET 10-19 30-39 0-9 20-29 -500 5000 1000 15000 10-19 Between Scotland and Rest of UK 50 10000 IŠ000 20000 250 ORKNĚY Between Scotland and Overseas The pattern of migration for men and women is very similar Net migration with areas outside Scotland EILEAN SIAR as percentage of population by Council area, mid-2010 to mid-2011 MORAY HIGHLAND 1% or more ABER DEEN ABERDEENSHIRE o 0.5% - less than 1% 0% - 0.5% PERTH AND KINROSS ANGUS Less than 0% DÚNDE Net migration as percentage of population I INVERCLYDE 2 RENFREWSHIRE 3 EAST RENFREWSHIRE 4 GLASGOW CITY 5 WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE 6 EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE 7 NORTH LANARKSHIRE 8 CLACKMANNANSHIRE ARGYLL AND BÜTE FIFE STIRLING by Council area, 2001-2011 FALKIRK EDINBURGH é LOTHIAN GLASGOW LOTHIANDLOTHIAN NAYRSHIRE 12,28% 8.00% S LANARKSHIRE 4.00% SCOTTISH BORDERS E AYRSHIRE 2.00% 1.00% (negative) SAYRSHIRE DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY IN OUT Glasgow versus Edinburgh Within Scotdand OUT Rest of UK in, out and net migration 2010/11 Overseas Together, both cities account for 66% of all Scot- tish in-migration and 76% of all GLASGOW EDINBURGH out-migration 7,49| Net Migration 4,900 Net Migration Additional Research http://www.additionalresearch.co.uk hello@additionalresearch.co.uk Source: Scotland's Population 2011 The Registrar General's Annual Review of Demographic Trends 157th Edition (s000.) suosJad

Scotland's Migration Trends

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Scotland's migration trends- based on the latest available data- showing a historic increase in net migration driven by in-flows from overseas and declining out-migration.

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