2021 Employment Survey of English-speaking Quebecers and Organizations
This report explores the employment experiences of English speakers in Québec as well as the issues
and needs they face when it comes to navigating the labour market. English-speaking Quebecers, who are
Québec’s official language minority community, sit at the intersections of various identities and communities from which diverse challenges and opportunities arise. At the same time, there are shared experiences of being an English speaker in Québec. One of them is the socioeconomic status of the English-speaking community as a whole. Despite the historical position of English speakers as a socioeconomic elite in Québec, today’s English-speaking community is collectively characterized by higher unemployment rates and lower incomes when compared to the French-speaking majority.
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Provincial Employment Roundtable (PERT). 2021 Employment Survey of English-Speaking Quebecers and Organizations, 2022.
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