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Torben Krings, Elaine Moriarty, and James Wickham

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780719088094

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719088094.001.0001

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New mobilities in Europe today

New mobilities in Europe today

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(p.7) 1 New mobilities in Europe today
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New mobilities in Europe
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Torben Krings

Elaine Moriarty

James Wickham

Alicja Bobek

Justyna Salamońska

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719088094.003.0002

This chapter develops the conceptual argument of the book. It argues that migration from the new EU member states is above all characterised by new mobility patterns which are indicative of a broader trend across Europe. New mobilities are facilitated by the EU free movement regime and new travel opportunities. As European migrants are no longer dependent upon a work permit, the ‘boundaryless career’ in which employment is no longer confined to a single firm, occupation or indeed nation-state becomes a distinct possibility. While work and employment remain crucial for this cross-border mobility, the move abroad is increasingly inspired by lifestyle choices as well.

Keywords:   boundaryless career, employment, free movement, lifestyle choices, migration, new mobilities

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