Labour force characteristics by immigrant status of population aged 25 to 54, and by educational attainment
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|All education levels||No degree, certificate or diploma||High school graduate||Post-secondary certificate or diploma||University degree|
|Immigrants, landed 5 or less years earlier||68.2||43.0||62.4||74.5||70.3|
|Immigrants, landed more than 5 to 10 years earlier||76.1||58.2||70.4||79.0||78.7|
|Immigrants, landed more than 10 years earlier||80.7||64.8||74.4||82.5||85.2|
|Born in Canada||83.2||59.2||77.7||86.4||90.8|
|Immigrants, landed 5 or less years earlier||10.2||14.8||10.4||7.6||10.9|
|Immigrants, landed more than 5 to 10 years earlier||7.7||12.5||6.6||7.4||7.7|
|Immigrants, landed more than 10 years earlier||5.9||8.9||6.9||5.9||5.0|
|Born in Canada||5.5||12.6||7.1||5.2||3.1|
|1. Refers to people who are, or have been, landed immigrants in Canada. A landed immigrant is a person who has been granted the right to live in Canada permanently by immigration authorities. Canadian citizens by birth and non-permanent residents (persons from another country who live in Canada and have a work or study permit, or are claiming refugee status, as well as family members living here with them) are not landed immigrants. |
Source: Statistics Canada, CANSIM table 282-0106.
Last modified: 2017-01-06.
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