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Immigration au Québec : Politiques et intégration au marché du travail

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  • Brahim Boudarbat

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  • Maude Boulet

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Contexte À cause du vieillissement de sa population, le Québec fait face à une diminution imminente et rapide de son nombre de travailleurs disponibles sur le marché de l’emploi. S’il souhaite que les nouveaux arrivants au Québec participent pleinement à lutter contre cette diminution appréhendée, le gouvernement québécois devrait favoriser une meilleure intégration des immigrants au marché du travail. Les réformes successives survenues depuis le milieu des années 1990 ont fait en sorte que les nouveaux arrivants au Québec sont plus scolarisés, font partie de la tranche d’âge la plus active sur le marché de l’emploi et ils maîtrisent mieux le français. Pourtant, ils peinent plus à s’intégrer au marché de l’emploi que les immigrants qui vivent dans les autres provinces canadiennes. Cette situation survient malgré l’implication importante du Québec dans les politiques d’immigration. Le rapport de recherche « Immigration au Québec : Politiques et intégration au marché du travail » tend à montrer que les modifications aux règles d’immigration au Québec ont donc eu l’impact désiré, mais l’intégration des immigrants au marché de l’emploi laisse à désirer.

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Paper provided by CIRANO in its series CIRANO Project Reports with number 2010rp-05.

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Date of creation: 01 Apr 2010
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Handle: RePEc:cir:cirpro:2010rp-05

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  1. Brahim Boudarbat, 2011. "Labour market integration of immigrants in Quebec: a comparison with Ontario and British Columbia," CIRANO Project Reports 2011rp-09, CIRANO.
  2. Gilles Grenier & Serge Nadeau, 2010. "Why is Immigrants’ Access to Employment lower in Montreal than in Toronto?," Working Papers 1005E, University of Ottawa, Department of Economics.
  3. Joëlle Chatel-DeRepentigny & Claude Montmarquette & François Vaillancourt, 2011. "Les étudiants internationaux au Québec : état des lieux, impacts économiques et politiques publiques," CIRANO Working Papers 2011s-71, CIRANO.

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