Tuesday, 18 December 2012

'People who leave Scotland,...




...and then return, help to increase economic growth 
and the size of the population in Scotland since they tend to be younger, better qualified and more likely to be in work than the general Scottish population and are likely to be in better jobs.  Leaving, even for a short period, and later returning to Scotland appears to be beneficial for those involved, as they are more likely to return to better jobs than those who stay in Scotland.'


(News Release from Registrar General reflecting on Scotland's population changes here)









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