How do you get Canadian Work Experience?

  Most Canadian employers want to hire someone who is familiar not only with the job post being offered but also with other related matters such as workplace culture, expectations, the level of service, and so on. That being said, there’s a chance that you’ve already asked this sensible question to yourself: “How in the world do I get Canadian experience?"   Volunteer work   For most...

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Better jobs, top-notch education, and higher quality of living? Canada has it all, HSBC says

  And it's not the only survey that thinks Canada is perfect country for foreigners!   The latest report published by HSBC reveals that Canada remains among the most dominant countries in the world when it comes to quality of life, education, and job prospects. Canada, tied with Japan, came in third for these three categories. Germany topped the list, followed by Singapore in second, and the US...

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Finding a job as a new immigrant: Always prepare a backup plan

It’s not difficult to see Canada as a paradise cut straight from heaven. Who would not be charmed by its unconventional, young and hip prime minister who has not only opened his country to everyone but a self-confessed feminist, too? For years, Canada has willingly and silently embraced being second to the US in terms of being a popular tourist and immigration destination. It has now changed....

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8 Steps to Landing a Job in Canada

How to land a job in Canada   Landing a good job is every new immigrant’s worry. Who wouldn’t be anxious about getting a stable and decent job after deciding to live in a foreign country?    One of the common mistakes made by immigrants is being overly complacent with looking for a job once they get here. It’s true that the government of Canada has a vacant post (tons of them actually) for...

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How to write a Résumé for Canadian Employment

Writing a Canadian-Style Résumé   One of the reasons why new immigrants find it hard to land a job in Canada is that they fail instantly on the first step: writing a résumé that wins over Canadian employers. A new immigrant or foreign worker in Canada planning to work in country must know how to prepare and present an appropriate Canadian-style résumé. Some ground rules:   Be concise...

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Everything a migrant parent should know when enrolling a child in a Canadian school

  Canada is among the most welcoming countries in the world. Coming in fourth to China, Germany, and the UK (according to Amnesty International’s survey on admitting refugees), the Great White North has the most unique and aggressive immigration policy that continues to attract people from various parts of the globe.  Its education system is as equally commendable since Canada currently ranks...

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