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Portugal – Another European Demographic Disaster Story

Marcus Roberts | 28 June 2013

Portugal birthrate has dropped significantly in the last few years.


Unemployment causes demographic shifts in Europe

Shannon Roberts | 22 July 2012

Youth unemployment in Europe is causing significant demographic shifts as well-qualified, university educated young people look overseas for work.  In particular, large numbers of Spanish and Portuguese youth are finding better opportunities abroad, with former colonies being among the more popular destinations.


The Differing Migration Fortunes of the UK and Portugal

Marcus Roberts | 15 April 2011
While the UK is contemplating growing number of immigrants, Portugal is lamenting its lost migrants.
 
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