Express Entry Canada 2024: CRS Score Insights & Prediction

Express Entry Canada 2024: CRS Score Insights & Prediction

Express Entry Canada has long been a beacon for skilled workers around the globe, offering a streamlined pathway to permanent residency in the Great White North. In this article, we will delve into the current state of Express Entry, examining key trends, recent developments, and what the future may hold for prospective immigrants eyeing a new life in Canada.


Canada’s Dependence on Foreign Workers

Canada’s bustling economy thrives on the contributions of skilled immigrants. There is a major impact of COVID-19 in the Canadian job market and the latest statistics underscore this reliance. With an unemployment rate holding steady at 5.70%, lower than the long-term average, the demand for foreign talent remains robust.

Recent Trends in Express Entry Draws

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While Express Entry draws have maintained consistency, there’s been a notable decline in the number of candidates selected in general draws. This shift suggests a more discerning approach by Canadian immigration authorities, possibly reflecting evolving labor market needs.

Expansion of Other Immigration Streams

Beyond general draws, Canada has expanded its immigration efforts to include targeted streams for specific sectors such as health, French-speaking, and agricultural workers. This diversification highlights Canada’s commitment to addressing sector-specific shortages.

Gradual Increase in General Draw Candidates

Despite recent declines, there’s a gradual uptick in the number of candidates selected in general draws, aligning with historical patterns. This steady growth underscores Canada’s enduring appeal as a destination for skilled immigrants.

Immigration Plan for 2024-2026

Canada’s ambitious immigration targets for the coming years, with plans to welcome over 110,000 candidates through the federal high-skilled program, underscore the nation’s commitment to immigration as a driver of economic growth and innovation.

Potential Impact of Political Changes

The outcome of the 2024 election could usher in changes to Canada’s immigration landscape. Depending on the winning party’s agenda, adjustments to immigration policies, criteria, or target numbers may be on the horizon.


Considering these factors, it’s unlikely that the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score required for general draws will dip below 500. The substantial pool of candidates with scores exceeding 500 creates a competitive environment that keeps the CRS score relatively stable. While fluctuations may occur, the demand for skilled workers and Canada’s commitment to immigration will ensure that the draw remains competitive, albeit with slight variations.


As Canada continues to position itself as a global leader in immigration, the Express Entry system serves as a gateway for skilled individuals seeking new opportunities. By staying abreast of evolving trends and policy developments, prospective immigrants can navigate the Express Entry process with confidence, knowing that Canada’s doors remain open to those who bring talent, skills, and a willingness to contribute to the nation’s prosperity.

What will happen after COVID-19 is over?

What will happen after COVID-19 is over?

#StayHome, this hashtag is currently trending on all social media platforms. Notably, individuals are even incorporating a “Stay Home” quote into their profile pictures. While people in developing countries may have experienced similar situations in the past, such as civil war, strikes, and riots, those in developed nations have rarely encountered such circumstances. Many did not even believe in the existence of this deadly virus when it initially emerged in Chinese cities. Individuals are often skeptical about something until they experience its physical or mental effects. Rather than focusing on the aftermath of COVID-19, people are more interested in learning about the eradication of this global pandemic.

So, the initial question is, “Will it ever end?” and How this might end? Yes, it will come to an end. Nothing lasts forever, and we can be fairly confident that COVID-19 will also be eradicated in due time. It is simply a matter of time that we must face this virus. With ample time for reflection, it’s natural for everyone to wonder, “What will happen once COVID-19 is no longer a threat?”. If you haven’t pondered such thoughts, then you must be curious about the aftermath of COVID-19. It is clear that the world has undergone substantial changes as a result of this pandemic, and it will take time to fully return to normalcy. Additionally, certain changes are here to stay, permanently altering our way of life.

Economy changes

IMF (International Monetary Fund) stated that the global economy will shrink by 3% this year because of COVID-19. Only the essential companies will be sustained till the end of this pandemic. Other non-essential companies’ value will decrease as it graphs of income have reached negative. Start-ups are going hit hard and some even may not get back to business. Investors are backing off and they will take a long run before they start investing. The collection of taxes will be much less in the next century. There will be huge changes in money exchange. Those countries who can sustain their economic condition with this pandemic are going to succeed in terms of economy but will fail to gain their citizens’ trust.

Right after the pandemic is over, luxurious items consumption will increase and consumption of essential items will be back to normal. Domestic human resource companies will start getting benefits as their client increases but international human resource companies take time to gain back but once it starts getting payback, they will gain a lot. At least it will take 1 more year for most of the business to be back to normal.

Domestic household impact

If you are married or if you stay with your family, then you will feel the impact of COVID-19 otherwise it is all the same. It is recorded more domestic violence and fewer other crimes in this pandemic. People are not used to these and people are throwing all their frustrations at the people who are close due to which there will be a higher divorce rate. Bonding between the families who are staying apart will be stronger.


Are people lazy? I mean they are not lazy, but they are seeking convenience. People are buying things online and there are also advantages of it. Due to COVID-19, traffic in online stores is so much that shipping items to people has changed from 2-3 days to 15-20 days or more. Stores a few blocks away started selling online only and you have to wait for it for more than weeks to arrive.

The number of people shopping online will certainly increase even after COVID-19 is over because people will be used to the convenience they get while buying online. Hybrid stores with both physical and virtual locations will certainly upgrade the quality of online services. The number of online stores is also going to increase.

Health system

People who were health concerned will be more concerned about health and the people who were not serious about their health will just be back to their normal routine. But the respect for health workers will be more. Most people will know that daily hygiene is the key to staying healthy and they all cannot rely upon the health system fully.

Lifestyle and social rules of people

How do people give you a look when you invade their personal space? Like when you are in a queue, in a group, at a bus stop, on public transport, etc. Now people will encounter that look much more often or even you might get some rattle away from people regarding their personal space. People will start noticing sneezes and coughs. Some even try to stop their sneezes and coughs. Wearing a mask and staying out of the way will not be disrespectful to others. The use of sanitizers will increase and will be available in most public places.

Education system

People studying online have been hyped for the past few years and this pandemic will uplift this model. High school, college, government, and corporate training will also shift online. Many education institutions will start online activities as a major feature to attract students. And the parents will fall for this scheme. Most of the expensive schools or colleges will start online classes for the students who won’t be able to attend school due to sickness or other reasons.


Millions of people are unemployed due to COVID-19. Some might resume their jobs but most of the unemployed people due to this pandemic won’t be able to get back to job normally. There will be a shortage of employees due to the slow hiring process and at the same time, the fluctuation of people being employed and unemployed will be there for quite a long term. Initially, workers will hesitate to work in large companies (especially factories) due to doubt about getting ill with this virus. Not only health workers but all other jobs like teachers, farmers, truck drivers, loggers, etc. Pride will be restored, and they will be renowned as the backbone of the country.

What is going to stay forever?

There are lots of things COVID-19 will change and some of them will get back to normal and some will stay forever. Records of COVID-19 cases are also going to be forever in the history. The impact of this pandemic will be very long in all sectors of human life. News and Online media will cover COVID-19 continuously for around 6 months after it is eradicated though it will hit the headlines a few times after that. People will know and will keep in mind that there are still infinite things that human beings need to know and discover. We cannot rely on technology and development completely.

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