Immigrants who come to Canada under the Express Entry system usually make more money and are more likely to get jobs in their fields than other newcomers to Canada, a study shows.
"Early economic results for Express Entry principal applicants are positive. They are demonstrating high levels of labour market participation and solid results in terms of their employment income, as well as the type of occupation in which they are employed," notes the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada report.
In Evaluation of Express Entry: Early Impacts on Economic Outcomes and System Management, the authors of the report prepared for the immigration ministry's research and evaluation branch note immigrants who came to Canada through the Express Entry system earned 20 per cent more than non-Express Entry applicants.
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