- An antique and insanely detailed useless map of migration in the US (via Ben Henning)
- A more interactive and interesting way to visualize US internal migration 1900-2012
- paper: Spatial and Longitudinal Patterns in County Age-Specific Net Migration in the United States 1950–2010
- Opportunities to study international migration at Oxford
- paper: Immigration and the origins of regional inequality
- A nice chart from The Economist comparing the age structure of natives and immigrants in a few European countries
The median age of Europeans living in their own country is 43, compared with 35 for migrants. [...] One OECD study found that in two-thirds of European countries in 2010-11, a higher share of immigrants had been to university than the native-born population. That helps them to find work, rather than sponge off the state.