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In a report published from the National Board of Health and Welfare (2010) it is reported that visible minorities in Sweden, which are migrant groups originating in south Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa, or Latin America counts as "visible", are increasingly vulnerable to ethnic segregated neighbourhoods and economic poverty. 70 per cent of visbile minorities living in ethnic segregated neigbourhoods did not have an income from work. They either studied, were unemployed, lived on early retirement pensions, sick leave, or living on social assistance. People with incomes below the relative poverty line (60percent of median income) were overrepresented in these neighborhoods.