Do Immigrants Contribute to Canada’s Economy?
In Canada, immigrants of all categories tend to have positive outcomes across a range of economic indicators, including refugees. In 2017, for example, the labour force participation rates of immigrants aged 25 to 54 who landed more than 10 years earlier are comparable to those of the Canadian-born (86.9% vs. 88.4%), shows report data. The economic performance of all immigrants increases with time spent in Canada. Average employment earnings reach the Canadian average at about 12 years after landing. Principal applicants in the Canada Experience Class and Provincial Nominee programexceed the Canadian average within the first year of landing.
The Conference of Board Canada, a Canadian not-for-profit applied research organization, also published many reports on the immigration impacts on Canada’s economy. The main conclusions of their most recent studies on immigration were summed up in the following infographic.
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