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Origin foreign-born individuals in the EU

This graph shows the origin of foreign-born individuals in EU Member States, where data are available, in 2014. People born in another EU country make up more than half the foreign-born population in just four Member States. Get interactive version with downloadable data: https://datawrapper.dwcdn.net/eLEBn/8/ Download the policy brief 'How your birthplace affects your workplace': https://www.eurofound.europa.eu/publications/policy-brief/2019/how-your-birthplace-affects-your-workplace
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