The Canadian Workforce Research Paper by Master Researcher
The Canadian Workforce
This paper presents some problems and solutions for immigrant diversity in the Canadian workforce.
# 84756 | 4,500 words | 16 sources | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Canadian Studies (Immigration Issues) , Canadian Studies (Labor Studies) , Hot Topics (Immigration)
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The paper observes the diverse Canadian workforce as it applies to the immigrant contingent. The paper illustrates how immigrants face many struggles and inequalities when entering the workforce. The paper discusses some of these inequalities, which include earnings upon entry, cheapening of their human capital, expectations and difficulties with assimilation, and troubles with furthering their education. These problems are discussed, as well as some policy changes which Canada might implement in order to make the workplace more fair and friendly for its immigrant workers.
From the Paper:"During the past century, the civilized nations of the world, most importantly those found in North America in Canada and the United States, have done much in the way of diversifying their workplaces and workforces. Minorities have been given greater opportunities for not only workforce placement and advancement, but also for better education and training, as well as overall better treatment. Yet, while native-born Canadian minorities might now be receiving better and even just treatment and opportunities, those that immigrate to Canada still are doomed to face discrimination, lesser economic and employment prospects and an overall lesser quality of life."
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