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immigrant population even bigger in group 0-25 years in NL

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Submitted by myth (Germany), Jan 25, 2010 at 09:29


This is a quote from the dutch central office for statistics: quote: Een kwart allochtoon Bijna een kwart van de 0- tot 25-jarigen in Nederland is van allochtone herkomst. Hiermee wonen er in Nederland ruim een miljoen allochtone jongeren. Zeven op de tien zijn in 2008 van niet-westerse herkomst. Turken en Marokkanen vormen met beide een aandeel van 21 procent de grootste groepen onder deze niet-westers allochtone jongeren. endquote translation(I translate allochtoon into foreigner, the meaning of this word is actually explained on the webpage): one quarter foreigners Almost one quarter of the 0-25 year old in the Netherland is of foreign origin.

By that one million young foreigners live in the Netherlands. 7 out of 10 in 2008 are of non-western origin. Turks and moroccans with a fraction of 21% each account for the largest groups in these non-western foreigners.


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