economic-class immigrants: Family-class immigrants have accounted for about 27 per cent of the annual immigration admissions, while refugees comprise about 12 per cent, according to The Chronicle Herald. Employment rates for family class immigrants are at about 52 per cent. Economic-class immigrants have typically made up the majority of newcomers to Canada at around 60 per cent of total admissions. Even after a decade of living in Canada, family class immigrants earn only 61 per cent of the average Canadian wage. Refugees have the lowest earnings among immigrants. After 23 years, they earn about 81 per cent of the average wage. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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