Children who come to Canada more likely than those born in Canada to join post-secondary education
Updated: Jan 31, 2022
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From seeing parents working hard in Canada to provide them a better life, to having visions of a better life in Canada and even perhaps contributing to socio-economic development of their birth countries, immigrant children are proving to be more determined to enroll for and complete post secondary education
Statistics Canada found that young newcomers were more likely to wind up in post-secondary if they were children of economic immigrants -- those selected for their potential to contribute to Canada's economy.
Highers Education is a strategy
Considering the best pay that comes with having an undergraduate or masters degree in Canada, immigrants use post-secondary education as a strategy to support their economic integration and to facilitate their transition into the Canadian lifestyle.