Immigrants and the Labour Force


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In Immigrants and the Labour Force Ravi Pendakur considers whether today's immigrants are more upwardly mobile than those who came to Canada earlier, whether they face discrimination in the labour force, and whether refusal to recognize credentials earned before migrating hurts life chances in the new country. He looks at the roles post-war immigrants have played in Canada's urban labour force and the ways these roles have changed in response to changes in intake policy and economic conditions, exploring these issues in the ...

Immigrants and the Labour Force 2001, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773520592

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