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Posted on December 08 2022

Highly qualified skilled immigrants made Canada the top G7 country

By Editor
Updated December 05 2023

Highlights: Canada is one among the top G7 countries

  • Canada is among the top G7 countries, recently
  • The Canadian workforce is among the most educated
  • Canada is offering a significant number of jobs for immigrants
  • The CRS system of Canada awards additional points to immigrants with more education

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Abstract: Canada has been listed among the top G7 countries in the world.

Recently, a report was published listing the G7 countries of the world. Canada has been included in the list of top countries. Highly-educated international individual arriving in the country and joining the workforce of Canada has made the workforce the most educated than any of the G7 countries.

Apart from Canada, the other G7 countries include:

  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • The UK
  • The US

The EU or European Union is a non-enumerated member.

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Why is Canada in the top G7 country?

Statistics Canada reports that Canada has a significant proportion of the population with either a college or university academic qualification than any other country in the G7. Individuals holding an undergraduate degree or a higher qualification are increasing with the arrival of immigrants to the country. An increasing number of young adults in Canada are graduating with degrees too.

The report was released on November 30, 2022. Statistics Canada highlighted the importance of an educated workforce essential for sustainable economic growth.

As an increasing share of Canadian citizens is attaining retirement age, leveraging a highly-educated and skilled workforce is the requirement of the time. The addition of immigrants to the workforce will help in addressing the shortage in the Canadian workforce.

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More CRS Points for migrants with more education

The immigrants to Canada who have a high level of education opt for the country because of CRS or Comprehensive Ranking System scores.

The profiles in the Express Entry system are ranked according to the CRS scores. The Canadian federal authorities invite the highest-ranked candidates and issue them Invitations to Apply for Canada PR.

Under the CRS, applicants are awarded more points for higher academic qualifications. It can make a significant impact on being issued an ITA or not.

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Other factors influencing CRS scores

The other factors that influence the CRS scores are given below:

  • The CRS system awards points for work experience in Canada. International students at DLIs or Designated Learning Institutes can get the required work experience to apply for Canada PR with a study permit. International students who wish to migrate to Canada can obtain a PGWP or Post-Graduate Work Permit after graduating to get more work experience.

Detailed information about the points awarded by the CRS to each education category is given in the table below.

Points for Education in CRS
Category Points
Ph.D. Graduate 140
Post-Graduation 126
Undergraduate 112
High-School Graduate 28
  • A work experience in Canada can add an extra 70 to 80 points if the applicant is migrating with a common-law partner or spouse.
  • If the applicant has the required proficiency in the languages of English or French, more points will be awarded to them in the CRS. Express Entry immigration programs tend to favor international students who studied and worked in Canada and have acquired strong language skills.

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Know more about the Canadian workforce

In the last 5 years, the core working-age population of Canada witnessed a 19.1% increase in the number of people holding an undergraduate degree.

Canada required individuals with vocational skills in the sectors of trade, such as construction, mechanic and repair technologies, and manufacturing of fabricated metal products.

As the immigration levels for Canada broke records in 2021, approximately half of the individuals who hold undergraduate degrees or higher were immigrants from other countries.

Canada is an apt place for pursuing education and putting education to good use. The country offers quality education and jobs with attractive income for its citizens as well as international individuals.

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