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Immigration helps Canada increase human capital growth

According to the study “Accumulation of Human Capital in Canada, 1970 to 2020: An Analysis by Gender and the Role of Immigration,” immigrant women and men have increased their human capital growth over time. After 1995, immigrants accounted for about 40% of Canada’s overall human capital growth. The study found that 56% of that growth was attributed to immigrant men and 44% to immigrant women. Before 1995, immigrants only accounted for approximately 18% of Canada’s total human capital growth. However, now, immigration is responsible for nearly 100% of Canada’s labour force growth and 75% of its economic growth.

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