OECD ranked its country members based on the number of people living overseas. Ireland came first, with the highest number of citizens living in countries overseas, even though the country is quickly recovering from the devastating impact of an economic crisis.
There are approximately 35,300 Irish migrants living overseas. These people fled the country between April 2014 and April 2015.
A graph published by Forbes shows the top ten countries in the list, including New Zealand, Portugal, Mexico, Luxembourg and Iceland.
Greece was ranked 11th, with 6.6% of the native-born population living abroad in 2014.
Countries with large populations, such as Brazil, Japan, the US and China are among the countries with the smaller number of native born people living overseas.
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