Internal migration losses were recorded in the Finnish capital in 199 in the first quarter of 2020 and 279 in 2019.
According to preliminary data, the number of people moving from the rest of the country to the city between January and March remained close to the previous year’s level of 6,535.
The loss for the first quarter is the highest in the last decade, According to Helsingin Sanomat.
Tampere, on the other hand, ranked first in terms of net profit from inter-municipal migration with 388 between January and March. Both Sipoo and Järvenpää registered about 200 wins for second and third, ahead of four municipalities, about 150 wins in Nurmijärvi, Kaarina, Tuusula and Seinäjoki.
The biggest wins were in Tampere more than 2,150 inhabitants, internal migration also in 2020.
Aleksi Teivainen – HT
Source: The Nordic Page