Elderly immigrants in Canada: Ci4-165/2005E-PDF
income sources and self-sufficiency /
"In previous analysis of the immigrant population, elderly immigrants arose as a group with a high prevalence of low income individuals. It remained unclear whether these immigrants landed in Canada in an older age group or whether they arrived at a younger age and became part of the elderly group years later. The methodology used in this paper will allow this question to be addressed. Throughout this analysis the elderly population is defined as those aged 60 years or older in a given tax year. The elderly immigrant population is divided into three groups: longterm elders who landed in Canada aged 40-49 years, short-term elders who landed aged 50-59 years, and immediate elders who landed aged 60 years or older"--Intro.
|Department/Agency||Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Strategic Research and Statistics.|
|Title||Elderly immigrants in Canada|
|Subtitle||income sources and self-sufficiency /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Sources de revenu et autonomie des immigrants âgés au Canada.|
|Number of Pages||1 vol. (unnumbered) :|
|Subject Terms||Seniors, Immigrants, Income, Statistics|
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