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Canada. 16% of Immigrant Workers Use Other Languages than English or French at Work

In 2006, as in 2001, about 16% of immigrant workers in Canada used languages other than English or French at work. The use of non-official languages at work was associated with a lack of official language skills, low levels of education, lower skilled jobs and lower earnings for immigrants. It was more common among those who had arrived recently in Canada.

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