Internationella nettomigrationen 2015 män
Migration & utveckling
15 Mar 2018
This map shows the international net migration rate for males in 2015. International migration refers to the migration to and from abroad (domestic migration is not included) and male net migration rate is calculated as male net migration as a share (%) of the total male population.
The blue areas on the map shows municipalities/regions with international net immigration, the red areas show municipalities/regions with net emigration and the yellow areas show municipalities/regions with balanced international net migration.
International migration refers to persons who have moved to or from abroad. This map does not differentiate between different forms of migration. It can be migration due to work and studies, refugees who were granted asylum or citizens that have returned from abroad. Asylum seekers are not included in the migration statistics as only those who have been granted asylum are registered as part of the population.
The map shows that most Swedish and Danish municipalities experienced net immigration of males. In Finland’s rural municipalities, the rate of international migration is low and there are also some municipalities with net emigration for males.
There is no data for Norway, Greenland or Faroe Islands.