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2010 IEP Research Study

2010 IEP Research Study

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Published by TheGlobeandMail
The Progress Career Planning Institute's most recent research, published in connection with its conference in February, 2010. Interesting stats include findings from a poll outlining highly-skilled-immigrants' frustration with mismatch of skills, on page 28, and a bar graph on page 38 showing the kinds of skills they do have. (More than 50% have university degrees.)
The Progress Career Planning Institute's most recent research, published in connection with its conference in February, 2010. Interesting stats include findings from a poll outlining highly-skilled-immigrants' frustration with mismatch of skills, on page 28, and a bar graph on page 38 showing the kinds of skills they do have. (More than 50% have university degrees.)

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Published by: TheGlobeandMail on Jun 15, 2010
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The Power o Dierent
| The race to bridge the skills gap in the Toronto Region
 
Foreword
On behal o Progress Career Planning Institute (PCPI), I am pleased to present this research study to thestakeholders o the IEP Conerence. The conerence was conceived to bring together business, education,government, community and accreditation bodies in order to share practical inormation on how IEPs canaccess the Toronto job market in their eld o work.The research study takes the event to the next level by validating the international perspectives andexperiences o IEPs and by examining the critical issues hindering them rom lling the skills gap in theToronto labour market.It is the hope o PCPI that by embarking on this study we will bring new levels o understanding about theissues acing IEPs in integrating into the Canadian labour market and engage decision makers, so they cancollectively work on enhancing strategies that will speed processes and systems in place to break down thebarriers to integrating IEPs into the labour orce.PCPI is grateul to Citizenship and Immigration Canada or unding this research, George Schrijver,WCM Consulting or undertaking the study and to all the respondents or their participation.Silma H. RoddauPresident, PCPI
 
The Power o Dierent
| The race to bridge the skills gap in the Toronto Region

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