Immigrants in Canada Reached Employment High in 2018

Top Quote The Canadian Press reported the increase in the employment rate among the immigrants aged between 25 to 54 years. The news agency obtained a Federal Ministry memo from January that says the employment rate for immigrants in this age group who landed in Canada less than five years prior was 71 percent. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 13, 2019 - This was the highest level recorded since 2006 and the memo said a similar trend was observed among immigrants who had landed in Canada between five and 10 years prior.

    The strong employment results also contributed towards the federal and provincial immigration programs that focus on human capital factors such as education, skilled work experience, and proficiency in English or French and adaptability factors.

    The Canada positive attitude towards newcomers coming to the county is helping migrants applying easily for Canada Permanent Resident Visa.

    The migrants coming to Australia are faring far better than the Canadians already residing there in term of education and income.

    Around 40 percent of second-generation Canadians between the ages of 25 and 44 had a university degree, compared to only 24 percent of Canadians whose parents were born in Canada. In terms of income, the second-generation earned an average of just under $4000 more per year than their peers with two Canadian parents ($55,000 TO $51,600).

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