Approximately 3.6 million Romanians want to move over the next five years, and 66.5% of them would like to go to Romania, according to a poll in the "Cities-Magnet, Migration and Commuting in Romania" report by employees Of the World Bank, quoted by Agerpres.
The most popular cities are: Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara and Brasov.
Among those who intend to move, young people have a very large share - the average age of those planning to move is 35 years. In large part, people who take this opportunity into account have a higher level of education, higher incomes, and are, in a higher proportion than the country average, employed in the private sector. At the territorial level, residents in the least developed regions (eg South-Muntenia, North-East) are more likely to move than those in more developed regions (eg West, Center).
Approximately 66.5% of respondents said they would prefer to move to Romania, most of them in urban areas, while 31.3% said they would prefer to move abroad.
"The final results of the 2011 census show that 6.18 million Romanian citizens (30.7% of the total stable population) have changed their residence in the country at least once in their lifetime. The number is slightly lower than the one reported On the occasion of the 2002 census (6.73 million, 31%) .In addition, about 3 million Romanians have migrated abroad after 1990. Unlike the shuttle, most migratory flows in Romania are running long distances. 51% of the migrants moved to a different county than the one they were born or used to live in, and only 49% moved to another locality in the same county. This indicates that long-term migration Long is more intense in areas where the shuttle is limited by distance, thus explaining the demographic collapse that is recorded in many isolated rural areas of Romania, "the report states.
The report shows that the survey was applied to a representative sample of 1,250 people in Romania using a random sampling method that took into account the population's territorial distribution, demographic structure and gender and urban / rural distribution.