The future Canada Express Entry system changes will include nature of work and target skills according to the IRCC official McEvenue. The changes to nature of work and its influence on the skills targeted through CRS will be the key focus of future Canada changes to the Express Entry system.
The effect of changes to the nature of work upon targeted skills and selection approach will be evaluated. The CRS was based on an approach that suited in the past, said McEvenue. This really worked well based on the past evidence. But will these criterions be applicable in the future? This will form the core of the IRCC evaluation process for future Canada Express Entry system changes, he added.
The evaluation will also examine the ones that are successful under the current Express entry system. The manner in which the system can be improved for those groups that are not yet benefitting will also be assessed. This is for those whom Canada intends that they arrive through the Express Entry, as quoted by the CIC News.
McEvenue also elaborated on other areas of interest for the evaluation. This will include better engagement of employers in Canada by the Express Entry system and cater to their needs for workers, he added. The months ahead will engage an enhanced reflection of the Express Entry role in the future.
The assessment will include areas of improvement for the betterment of the Express Entry system in serving the broader interests of the Canadian community. This will be a roadmap for the current and future governments, said the IRCC official. The path ahead for the Express Entry system will be analyzed, added McEvenue.
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