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This paper explores the influence of educational attainment on the likelihood of migration from Finland. Annual hazard rates for migration in the late 1980s and 1990s are estimated using detailed micro data from the Finnish longitudinal population register. We show that the effect varies notably by age. Around age 20, the lowest educated people have the highest migration rates, whereas in higher ages the best educated are the most prone to migrate. We also find that people raised in the upperdoi:10.2174/1874946100902010042 fatcat:cd7jvggmjbcnbdifz4553bm67m