They say that it is a man’s world. Women always find themselves always behind men. There is the pink revolution where pink items (or items that women use) have a higher price as compared to items that men use. For example, some shampoo that is marketed for women have a higher price as compared to shampoo that is marketed for men, despite not having much of a difference or no difference at all. This is quite apparent especially in the workforce where men are the much popular choice over women – but in the case of skilled immigrants in Canada, studies have shown that gender equality is now becoming more and more apparent and that is a good thing.
Now, more and more females are able to get themselves to the top choices among all applicants for skilled immigrants in Canada. Canada may be open to a lot of things but when it comes to gender equality, it seems to still need a lot of work. However, things may be changing for the better especially for women who wish to become immigrants in the country. They are now able to make it in different positions that men may also do.
A look at the ranking system
Individuals who may have sent in their applications to be a skilled immigrant in Canada are ranked by the official agency of Canada government to see which ones can make it to the country and which ones would not. In that ranking system, they would assess the qualifications of the applicants and then would rank them according to the points that they would get.
As per the numbers from the federal government for 2018, it has shown that women applicants for immigration are on the same page as men applicants. It is also quite interesting to note that some women have even gone above and beyond the men applicants. There are still more men ranking higher however it is interesting to note that more and more women are making it to the higher ranks. The data shows that there are 56% more women in 2018 who have high scores as compared to the number in 2017.
More and more women are sending in their applications
Several years ago, there were not a lot of women who were sending in their applications to be skilled immigrants in Canada as compared to the number of men who were applying. Nowadays, more and more women are trying their luck and sending in their applications. For the financial year 2018-2019, Jamaica led the list of countries with 67% of the applicants being women. Women from the Philippines closely followed Jamaica making up 61% of the total applicants. Jamaica and the Philippines were followed by China, Russia, and Korea with 55%, 53%, and 51% women applicants respectively.
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