Migration rates of the class of 2005, college graduates, Canada and jurisdictions
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Notes: Data points not shown in the chart are too unreliable to be published or have been suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act. The chart also contains certain estimates with relatively high coefficients of variation. Please see Table E.2.14 for more details.
The rate of out (in) migration before enrolling is defined as the number of graduates who left (entered) the jurisdiction to pursue studies, as a percentage of the number of graduates that had resided in that jurisdiction one year prior to enrolment.
The rate of out (in) migration after graduation is defined as the number of graduates who left (entered) the jurisdiction two years after graduation, as a percentage of the number of graduates of the jurisdiction.
Source : Statistics Canada and Council of Ministers of Education, Canada. June 2009. Education Indicators in Canada: Report of the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program. Catalogue no. 81-582-X. Ottawa. Table E.2.14.
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