MOST of the 3000 to 4000 Roma in Glasgow are Slovakian and Romanian, but there are Hungarians, Poles and Czechs, the report says.
Some of the men travel for work in Romania, Slovakia or Ireland, but the Czech and Slovak communities are more settled than in the past.
Around 300-350 Roma children are in primary schools in the city. Up to190 are in secondary schools.
Typically Glasgow's Roma work in food factories, cleaning, car washing and recycling metal.
ALL the 200 or so Roma living in Edinburgh are Romanian.
Typically families travel home in May and return in September. Up to 60 children are in school.
Work includes selling the Big Issue, scrap-metal dealing, buying and selling cars and collecting clothes.
The town is home to up to 20 Slovakian and Hungarian Roma.
Many came to the area through agency work at a supermarket, stacking shelves and cleaning.
At least 50 Romanian Roma are in Aberdeen, typically self-employed or selling the Big Issue.
UP to 60 Romanian Roma live in North Lanarkshire. The men travel regularly to France for work.
Most of the 60 Roma in the area are Romanian. Work includes selling toys and collecting scrap metal.