Immigartion

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New Zealand / A quarter of population born overseas according to census

This year’s Census results showed a quarter of New Zealand’s population was born overseas and one in eight people living in New Zealand are Asian Continue reading

UK / Net migration falls by a third

The number of people heading to Britain, less the number leaving, dropped significantly by 84,000 to 163,000 in the year to June, fuelled by a 17% drop in the number of foreign students arriving. Immigration to the UK fell from 589,000 to 515,000, its lowest since 2003, official figures from the Office for National Statistics … Continue reading

Canada / Among the world’s leaders in immigrant integration

A major international study ranks Canada among the world’s leaders in immigrant integration, but there are signs that advantage is on the wane. Canada sits near the top of most categories in the study, which measures integration of immigrants in the 34 wealthy countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. The report will … Continue reading

Irish could fill up to 80,000 construction jobs in Canada – The Irish Times – Mon, Feb 27, 2012

UP TO 80,000 jobs in British Columbia could be filled by Irish construction workers, according to a delegation from western Canada which is visiting Ireland this week. Manley MacLachlan, president of the British Columbia Construction Association, which represents over 2,000 companies, said yesterday there was “a world of opportunities” for suitable workers in the western … Continue reading

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