Changes in outcomes of immigrants and non-permanent residents, 2017

By Statistics Canada |

Immigrants admitted to Canada in 2016 reported a median entry wage of $25,900 in 2017, the highest recorded among immigrants admitted since 1981. Although the entry wages of recent immigrants have increased over the past few years, their income remains lower than that of the overall Canadian population. The Canadian Income Survey estimated the Canadian population’s median wage at $36,100 in 2017. (more…)

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These FREE employment programs offer valuable career training for newcomer and refugee women in Metro Vancouver

By Vancouver is Awsome |

For those who are new to Canada, making the first steps into employment may seem like a daunting task. It’s not only about finding work, it’s also about finding a career that is a good match to their skills, experience and expectations. (more…)

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Tri-Cities Newcomer Employment Week Returns with a Focus on Workplace Culture

By Canadian Inquirer |

Coquitlam, BC – Organized by the Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership (TCLIP), which is led by S.U.C.C.E.S.S. and in collaboration with several service providers and organizations, the Tri-Cities Newcomer Employment Week (NEW) returns this year from November 18-22 with a focus on workplace culture. (more…)

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