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Top skilled immigrants have better earning than Canadians in a short time – A study

April 2018, 19
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A report of the Canadian Government shows that, top skilled immigrants, earn the same annual income, (or above average), in comparison to nationals of Canada, in a short time, after they arrive, in the country. The Canadian Press received this report after making a request for Information. Moreover, the focus of the report is on the economic and social outcome of fresh arrivals. It has covered different immigration classes, like economic, refugee and family.


This report proves that immigrants of all classes do well economically in Canada, with the passing of time.  The category of highly skilled professionals proceed at a fast pace with great enthusiasm and earn sizable annual income.  This is actually equal, and in some cases, above the national average in a short time of reaching Canada. Furthermore, many immigrants of economic class take up the post of a manager or have a professional career.

Additionally, the report says that the newcomers who make a transition and get the Canadian citizenship have a better sense of belonging towards the country. This is in comparison to the people born in Canada, or those immigrants who are yet to become citizens.


Also, it also supports the belief of the Government which says that skilled economic immigrants having skills, better education, proficient language, and rich work experience, have a high potential to earn.

In November 2016, IRCC has emphasized that a human capital score is more important than a job offer. The economic immigration candidates in the federal Express Entry pool had Better points in the CRS. These targeted improvements are leading to the increase in the proportion of FSW candidates from 25 percent to 48 percent. This figure is related to the first six months of 2017 for the ITAs for permanent residence by using the Express Entry system.

IRCC also says that the change has taken place to bring in a fair and responsive immigration system. It must have the capacity to meet the emerging needs and economic growth of Canada.

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