Belgrade was the most attractive region for Serbians in 2019

In 2019 there were 127.421 persons who changed residence and moved permanently from one to another place in the Republic of Serbia. The average age of persons who changed residence was 34.4 years (34.8 for men and 34.0 for women).

Looking at the regions of the Republic of Serbia, the Beogradski region and Region Vojvodine had a positive migration balance in 2019, with + 7724 for Belgrade and +519 for Vojvodina.

In 2019, most of the persons moved from one municipality/city to another within the same area (38.3%), and the smallest number of persons moved from one settlement to another within the same municipality/city (24.3%).

The largest number of migration movements was recorded in the territory of Beogradska oblast, 52.964 (41.6%) immigrants and 45.240 (35.5%) emigrants.

Beogradska, Južnobačka, Severnobačka and Nišavska oblast recorded positive migration balance

Observed at the level of municipalities/cities, only 35 municipalities/cities had a positive migration balance in 2019, while in one, the balance equalled zero and in the 133 municipalities/cities it was negative.

From the economic activity point of view, 60% of migrants are dependents, 32% are active and the proportion of them having personal income is 8%.

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