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Women immigrants are more likely to pursue higher education than men

In Canada, women who immigrated under economic programs were more likely to graduate from Canadian colleges and universities than men. This could be because immigrant women often face challenges in having their foreign educational credentials recognized in Canada. Interestingly, those with a university education before immigrating were also more likely to obtain college diplomas or university degrees after arriving in Canada. Additionally, immigrants with Canadian postsecondary educational qualifications earned between $47,700 and $67,600, comparable to the median employment income of those without such qualifications.

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