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Quarterly 1/2017 |  04/03/2017Netta Mäki

Asylum seekers expected to have little impact on the growth of Helsinki’s foreign-language population

The number of residents speaking a foreign mother tongue has increased rapidly in Helsinki over the past few years, as has their proportion of the total population. The rise is set to continue, but the impact of the recent inflows of asylum applicants on Helsinki's foreign-language population is expected to remain limited.

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Quarterly 3/2015 |  11/16/2015Netta Mäki

Changes in life expectancy by district in Helsinki 1996-2014

The overall life expectancy of the population of Helsinki has increased during the nearly twenty-year period examined in this article. However, the growth has slowed over the last four years, especially among women. The development is also unequal between different parts of Helsinki. In some of the major districts, life expectancy has even slightly decreased compared to the previous five-year period.

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