While the Commission has declared 2006 the European Year of Workers' Mobility, official figures show that less than 2% of European citizens actually live outside their native state. According to the Pioneur report, today's archetypal European migrant is middle-class, skilled and well-educated; they think positively about the EU and seek non-manual work in his or her country of destination. Cross-border mobility is described by the report as a "more risky business" for women and the less well educated.As for the migrants' motivations: the most...
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