It saw a notable increase in Canadian levels of permanent residents, foreign workers, and global students. The total revamping of the Canadian economic class program was among other significant changes that also affected Canada’s family & refugee class programs.
It is assumed that the coming decade will observe more major reforms that given Canada’s definite need for newcomers.
Canadian aging population and the low birth rate is the principal reason that we expect the nation to welcome even greater levels of immigration across the next decade.
Canadian population increases by roughly 1% each year. Natural increase (the number of births minus number of deaths) estimates for only 20% of yearly population growth and immigration estimates for the other 80%. In the next decade, natural increase is assumed to fall to almost zero, indicating immigration could include 100% of Canadian population growth.
All told, Canada looks to welcome approximately 3.5 million immigrants over the next decade by far the biggest intake in the history of Canada. It would mark a 25% increase related to some 2.8 million immigrants that it admitted over the previous decade.
As Canada’s 9 million baby boomers moving towards retirement, the nation will have a vital need for new workers. There will be several job opportunities accessible and Canadian-born workers and newcomers alike should profit from these developments. We have previously seen this manifest itself across the past decade as federal government data reveals newcomers are enjoying more effective outcomes.
Federal research also shows that granting provinces, businesses, and post-secondary institutes with a role in the process of selection promotes positive immigrant labor market performance.
Surveys reveal that half of Canada’s 600,000 foreign students prove that they intend to become permanent residents, indicating Canada is anticipated to see more of them become newcomers in this decade. It will be a welcome improvement because global students fare very well in the labor market, and will convert as principal drivers of economic improvement since they will be skilled workers and consumers in Canada for a long time.Stay Updated with Zentora newsletters to get more updates and information about Visa and Immigration. Please fill our free assessment form to understand whether you are eligible or not and we will reach you soon with better options for your profile.