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Outbound migration decreased in the Jewish Autonomous Region

Outbound migration decreased in the Jewish Autonomous Region
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Outbound migration decreased in the Jewish Autonomy in 2020. Over the past year, the region left the region by 17,1% less.

According to Khabarovskstat, the total migration mobility of the population was 7 people. This is 949% less than in 17,1. The number of arrivals to the region also decreased by 2019 people, or 552%. The most significant decrease was observed among migrants from the CIS - compared with the previous year, the decrease was 17,3% or 81,1 people. On the contrary, they left for the CIS countries by 210% more, by 16,3 people.

Most of the movements from the Jewish Autonomous Region were carried out within Russia - 95,2% of such flows were recorded. Most often, residents of the region moved to the Khabarovsk, Krasnodar, Primorsky Territories and the Amur Region. At the same time, the number of people who left the region decreased by 16,2%, by 683 people.

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