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, The European Union is defined over the entire period aregarding its current size, including countries in the free movement area such as Switzerland. Series are constructed from the EU-LFS, and more details on the sample construction are provided in the text and the data appendix. Panel A shows the evolution of the share of individuals whose age is between 18 and 6é years old who live in a country while being born in another country. Panel B shows the evolution of the share of foreign-born within income-decile population since, Notes: The Figure shows the evolution of the share of foreign-born residents in the working age population of the European Union, 2000.

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, Share of Foreign Born, 2000.

, Sample is restricted to individuals between 18 and 62 years old. Series are built from the EU-LFS as described with more details in the text, and the data appendix, 1999.

, Migration rate of year N is computed as the number in year N of individuals aged 18-62 who were resident of another member state in N-1, divided by the overall number of individuals aged 18-62 in Europe in N. In the bottom figure, each line shows the coefficient of years indicators from regressing whether an individual works abroad on years indicators and individual-level controls. Individual-level controls include age, education, professional status and gender. By construction, coefficients for the year 1998 are omitted in the regressions and thus set to zero, Notes: The Figure shows the evolution of within-EU migration rates since, 1998.

, Year USA, inter-state (CPS) Europe, inter-country

. Molloy, and are based on the Current Population Survey series on inter-state migration rates for population aged 16-64. Series for Europe are built from the EU-LFS measure of previous country of residence using the baseline sample selection of individuals aged 18-62, and select only migrants with previous country of residence within the EU. The inter-state US migration rate is the share of individuals surveyed in march of year N who were living in another American State in march N-1. The inter-country European migration rate is the share of individuals surveyed in year N who were resident of another European country in year N-1. The inter-NUTS2 migration rate is the share of European individuals who were living in a different NUTS2 region the year before the survey. Information on NUTS2 present and past residence is however not available for individuals surveyed in Austria, The figure compares measures of intra-union mobility in the US and in Europe. Series for the United States are taken from, 0510.