This project is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Despite the importance of immigration to local economic growth, research continues to suggest low employment outcomes of immigrants. Several initiatives aimed at facilitating immigrants’ integration into the workforce have been implemented and researched. This proposed project draws on a partnership between researchers at […]
A Longitudinal Study of Organized Social Support for Highly-Skilled Immigrant Women’s Social and Professional Integration
Project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Despite the critical role of immigrants in sustaining Canadian economic growth, highly-skilled immigrants face a persistent challenge when integrating into the Canadian labour market, experiencing unemployment, underemployment, deskilling, and downward career mobility. Highly-skilled immigrant women face additional integration challenges based on their dependent status, domestic […]
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