What ages emigrate

What ages are the people that emigrate? Mainly people between the ages of 25-40 are emigrating from Spain.

The most important age group leaving among the born Spanish-born are minors. From 2008 to July 1, 2013, 119,964 children under the age of 15 years left Spain. These are mainly the children of immigrants who are leaving with their parents. Another noteworthy figure is the 25 – 40 age group, 77,273 of which left in this period.

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