Ponder the following questions:
Why haven’t we seen a drop in unemployment rates for certain groups of job-seekers – recent graduates, new immigrants, aboriginals, the unemployed?
Why aren’t wages increasing, even in high demand occupations?
Why don’t people move from one part of the country to another for a job?
The answer to all of these questions, at least in part, can be found in Canada’s increased reliance on temporary foreign workers. This is especially the case when it comes to workers in lower-wage jobs. Read More »