Being Young and Visible: Labour Market Access among Immigrant and Visible Minority Youth. Final Report.

@inproceedings{Kunz2003BeingYA,
  title={Being Young and Visible: Labour Market Access among Immigrant and Visible Minority Youth. Final Report.},
  author={Jean Lock Kunz},
  year={2003}
}
Youth represent one of the most culturally diverse groups in Canada. It has been shown that labour market participation among immigrant youth, especially those who are members of a visible minority, has been lower than the Canadian-born. Using the 1996 Census, this paper provides an overview of labour market attachment of immigrant and visible minority youth in Canada. Specifically, we examine the patterns of labour force participation among youth aged 15-29. Comparisons are made between youth… CONTINUE READING

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