Table 1
Employment and unemployment rates' gaps1 between immigrants and Canadian born aged 25 to 54, 2011

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Employment and unemployment rates' gaps between immigrants and Canadian born aged 25 to 54, 2011

Table summary
This table displays the results of employment and unemployment rates' gaps between immigrants and canadian born aged 25 to 54 employment rate, employment rate gap, unemployment rate and unemployment rate gap, calculated using percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).

  Employment rate Employment
rate gapNote 1
Unemployment rate Unemployment
rate gapNote 1
Very recent immigrants 63.5 -19.4 13.6 8.1
Recent immigrants 74.1 -8.8 8.2 2.7
Established immigrants 79.8 -3.1 7.1 1.6
Born in Canada 82.9 Note ...: not applicable 5.5 Note ...: not applicable
Percentage-point difference between the rate for each immigrant group and the rate for the Canadian born.
Statistics Canada, Labour Force Survey.
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