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Future of Work

Annotated Bibliography

A curated resource of recent research on trends shaping Canada's labor market.


Total articles: 348


July, 2023 | Battaglia, R., Freestone, C.
Key Takeaway: Non-permanent residents can help fill expected labour gaps in Canada.


August, 2023 | Chernoff, A., Galasso, G.
Key Takeaway: Immigration policy that attracts highly skilled immigrants is one of several ways Canada can accelerate digitalization.

May, 2023 | Morissette, R.
Key Takeaway: The difficulties that employers have been facing in filling job vacancies in general cannot be attributed to a national labour shortage.

May 27, 2023 | Schinnerl, S., & Ellermann, A.
Key Takeaway: Immigration pathways for international students are designed to facilitate the settlement of young, highly-skilled, Canadian-trained workers. However, the long-term role of higher education institutions in shaping Canadian immigration requires more oversight.

May 24, 2023 | Picot, G., Hou, F., & Crossman, E.
Key Takeaway: Traditionally, university-educated immigrants are selected for immigration on the premise that they are equipped to adapt to labour market change. New data suggest that this may not always be the case.

April 17, 2023 | Jean, J., Bartlett, R., Desormeaux, M., & Boulais-Présault, M.
Key Takeaway: Canada has a highly educated, entrepreneurial youth workforce, but young women and immigrant youth face unique barriers, requiring more robust support.

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