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Conference Board of Canada

By 2034, immigration will account for 100 per cent of Canada's population growth.
But the years after will see a bit of a cool-down, forecasts suggest.
Canada has been churning out new finance jobs, even as the U.S. has been losing them.
We haven't felt this good about the economy since before the Great Recession.
Students have a right to expect to find meaningful work after they graduate. Unfortunately, there are many young people who can't get hired because they don't have the right education and skills. This is commonly referred to as the skills mismatch -- the mismatch between the credentials held by people seeking work and the qualifications sought by employers.