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So good to see the ethnic presence rising in mainstream professions. I mean, not just on the limo stand at the airport.

Just to continue further to what you wrote- communication skills are a big reason why we don't see a lot of ethnic people in downtown offices. Language and soft skills are as important as professional degrees and most of then immigrants are so used to their native country's etiquette that they never even realise how much they need to adapt once they land in Canada. They hold on to their degrees and wait for their "first break" not realising, its more than just degrees that are needed. Certainly, this isn't the problem with first generation ethnics.

By the way, almost a year in Jaipur, I am beginning to miss Toronto.


LOL good memories of take your kids to work dayyy there really were no brown people

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