Do immigrants steal jobs from residents born in Canada

Monday, October 17, 2011 |

The rejection of foreign qualifications or professional experience, it is often difficult for newcomers and others who have lived in the region to compete more.


The unemployment rate among recent immigrants in Hamilton in 2006 was 11.5 percent. This is two times higher than non-migrants. The employment gap is smaller, the lives of newcomers to Canada.


Nearly half of recent immigrant families in Hamilton on less than $ 40 000 and have a child poverty rate of over 50 percent, the highest in the sub-population of the city.


Migrants, in particular, have experience in working hard to find, as the unemployment rate for women in this age group between 15 and 24, about 19.9 percent in 2006. This figure was twice as high as for women in this age group born in Canada.


Christine Wong, to support a settlement of migrant workers with the center of San Jose, known to many immigrants who have reduced their values ​​when it comes to finding a job and have positions that pay about 30 percent less than the prevailing wage .


"We are at a disadvantage in competing for jobs for local people ... We have no local experience", he said, adding that many jobs do not recognize foreign degrees. In fact, the end more than half of the newcomers in Hamilton working groups as an entry-level con-goers food, truck drivers and cashiers.

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