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Read more A recent study by the Norwegian Institute of Statistics found that in 2013, more than one-third of Albanians were living abroad.
Albanians are a major source of tourists to Norway, with more than half of the population living abroad and almost three quarters of Albanian-born people there.
A new study by researchers at Oslo University has found that Albanians have become an increasing source of foreign investment in the country, with the number of people seeking jobs overseas rising steadily in recent years.
The study analysed the financial data of 6,200 Albanian workers, asking how much money Albanians spent on housing and other necessities in Norway.
It found that the number is rising in absolute terms, with Albanians spending around 1.2% of their earnings on housing.
This compares to the national average of around 0.7% and a figure of around 1% for foreigners.
There are a number of reasons why Albanians are increasingly moving to Norway.
Albanians make up around 2% of the Norwegian population, but a lot of them have been moving to the country as a result of immigration, mainly due to the increase in unemployment.