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Characteristics of Recent and Established EEA and non-EEA migrants in Scotland: Analysis of the 2011 Census

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ISBN9781785441974
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateMarch 24, 2015

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An Official Statistics Publication For Scotland

ISBN 978 1 78544 197 4 (web only publication)
PPDAS 46123

This document is also available in pdf format (1.3 MB)
The tables, charts and figures are available in Excel format (53 KB)

Erratum

An erratum was published on 31/03/2015, three revisions to be made to PDF pages 19, 30 and 32.

PDF Page 19 - EEA was changed to non-EEA (Section 2)

PDF Page 30 - Recent was changed to Established (Section 4)

PDF Page 32 - Figure 71 was changed to 70 (Section 4)

The pdf and html have both been updated within the document to reflect these changes.

Contents

Introduction

1. Number and origin of migrants and length of residence

2. Personal and household characteristics, including language

3. Area and accommodation

4. Education and employment

5. Health

Annex

An Official Statistics Publication For Scotland

List of tables, charts and figures.

Number and origin of migrants and length of residence

Table 1.1. Total number of migrants resident in Scotland, and migrant groups as a proportion of the population

Chart 1.1. Length of residence, all recent migrants

Chart 1.2. Region of origin of recent and established EEA migrants

Chart 1.3. Region of origin of recent and established non-EEA migrants

Chart 1.4. Age at arrival in the UK for recent and established migrants, all migrants

Personal and family characteristics

Chart 2.1. Number of migrants by age and gender, all migrants

Chart 2.2. Age, Scotland population and all migrants

Chart 2.3. Household composition, all migrants in households

Chart 2.4. Ethnicity, all EEA migrants

Chart 2.5. Ethnicity, all non-EEA migrants

Chart 2.6. Religion, all EEA migrants

Chart 2.7. Religion, all non-EEA migrants

Chart 2.8. Scottish, British and 'Other' national identity, all migrants

Chart 2.9. English language skills, all migrants aged 3 and above

Chart 2.10. English language skills and age at arrival in the UK, all migrants aged 3 and above

Chart 2.11. No skills in English and age at arrival, all migrants aged 3 and above

Chart 2.12. Languages spoken at home, all migrants aged 3 and above

Area and accommodation

Chart 3.1. Migrants living in Aberdeen City, Edinburgh City and Glasgow City council areas

Chart 3.2. Migrant origin within Aberdeen City, Edinburgh City and Glasgow City council areas

Chart 3.3. Residence in rural and urban locations, all migrants

Chart 3.4. Housing tenure, all migrants in households

Figure 3.1. EEA and non-EEA migrants living in each SIMD decile

Figure 3.2. Recent and established migrants living in each SIMD decile

Figure 3.3. Recent migrants and length of residence living in each SIMD decile, all recent migrants

Figure 3.4. Housing tenure and length of residence, all migrants in households

Education and employment

Table 4.1. Employment sector, all migrants aged 16 to 74 in employment, percentages

Table 4.2. Occupation, all migrants aged 16 to 74 in employment, percentages

Chart 4.1. Educational qualifications, all migrants aged 16 and above

Chart 4.2. Economic activity, all migrants aged 16 to 74 (including students)

Chart 4.3. Economic activity and inactivity detail, all migrants aged 16 to 74

Chart 4.4. Hours worked, all migrants aged 16 to 74 years in employment

Chart 4.5. NS-SeC, all migrants aged 16 to 74

Chart 4.6. NS-SeC, migrants aged 16 to 74 with degree level qualifications, excluding full-time students

Health

Chart 5.1. Self-assessed health, all migrants

Chart 5.2. Long-term health problem or disability, all migrants