Chinese Immigrants in Canada: Their Changing Composition and Economic Performance. Context Conceptual Framework Data Sources Changes in Composition Economic Performance Concluding Remarks. Context (1).
Purpose of the Study:
An immigrant was defined as Chinese if any of the following dialects was reported as mother tongue
This study differs from census-based studies in two ways:
In addition to the shift in origin, there have been other important changes in the composition:
Despite their increased human capital, Chinese immigrants still have experienced very different economic outcomes in the Canadian labor market.