Title:How are the children of visible minority immigrants doing in the Canadian labour market?
Author(s):Grady, Patrick
Subject:Immigration – employment, foreign qualifications
Publisher:Global Economics Ltd.
Place of Publication:Ottawa
Date of Publication:2011

This paper examines the performance of the children of immigrants (2nd generation immigrants) to Canada using data from the 2006 Census. As the composition of immigration inflows has shifted after 1980 from the traditional European source countries to the Third World, the analysis focuses on the labour market performance of 2nd generation visible minority immigrants of whom there were 398 thousand aged15 and over who reported employment income in the Census.

Series:Global Economics Working Paper 2011-1
Material Type:Report

F. SOCIAL ISSUES/F.07 CHILDREN/2011 children_visible_minority.pdf

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