Economy & Politics

Most Germans live in these European countries

For many Germans, Europe is not just an ideal home. They use the freedom of establishment and are resident in another country on the continent. Love or better job prospects are often the reason for the move. Pensioners are attracted by lower living costs and nice weather to emigrate. The travel restrictions in the Corona crisis often hit these Germans particularly hard. They have either been cut off from their families indefinitely or have frequently returned to their original homeland due to the uncertain situation.

Around 1.2 million Germans lived abroad in Europe in 2019, as the Federal Statistical Office announced on Europe Day in May. They show clear preferences when choosing their new home country. Half of them were spread over only three countries. Every fourth expat German has chosen the leader of the ranking list alone.

Most Germans live in these European countries:

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