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Houle, René and Lahouaria Yssaad. 2010. "Recognition of newcomers' foreign credentials and work experience." Perspectives on Labour and Income. Vol. 11, no. 9. September. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 75-001-X. Ottawa.
Immigrant youth are much more likely to be attending school than Canadian-born youth, which may account for part of the gap in their participation and employment rates.
Given their distinct labour market profile, immigrants born in the Philippines are also examined separately from their counterparts born in the rest of Asia.
Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO), "Philippines' Education System". (accessed on September 17, 2012).
Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Become a permanent resident – Live-in caregivers. (accessed November 27, 2012).
A previous low was in 2009, when the rate was 54.8%.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada. 2012. Facts and Figures 2011: Immigration Overview. Ottawa. p. 22.
Very recent immigrants who came from Africa and landed in Canada as refugees between 2007 and 2011 made up 22% of all permanent residents born in this continent. (Source: special tabulations provided by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.)
Chui, Tina and Kelly Tran. 2005. Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants toCanada: Progress and Challenges of New Immigrants in the Workforce. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 89-615-X. Ottawa (accessed November 16, 2012).
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