to Get a Job in Canada
How to Get a Job in Canada
Are you considering
immigrating to Canada? Are you a newcomer to Canada
and are looking for guidance on getting hired in Canada?
Making the transition to living and working in Canada
happens over time. Newcomers can face challenges related
to working in Canada. Before looking for a job, learn
about these challenges. This kit will instruct you on
how to settle into your Canadian life with a job in
your area of expertise and overcome the many challenges
that newcomers face. With this kit, you can get valuable
information on Canadian work experience, foreign credential
recognition, and improving your language or communication
skills. You can also obtain comprehensive directions
on applying for jobs online, top search sites in Canada,
getting work permits, and comprehensive employment guidelines
IN THIS KIT
YOU WILL FIND:
information on the job market in Canada
||Directions on how to improve
your language and communication
on how to get your foreign credentials assessed
to get a work permit
instructions on how to apply for jobs in Canada
list of top job agencies in Canada
guidelines in Canada
to get Canadian work experience
Commonly Asked Questions
1. Is it difficult
to find a job in Canada?
No. If you are in Canada, there are many available rewarding
employment opportunities. Each day in Canada more than
50,000 job postings go unfilled.
Getting a job offer from outside Canada is more of a
challenge but certainly can be accomplished with a little
bit of perseverance, especially with the tools and guidance
that our Canadian law firm offers. Many Canadian employers
have a keen demand for skilled workers and professionals.
There is no reason why you can't be a part of their
2. I am an engineer/engineering
technician/technologist/physician, do I have to get
accreditation before immigration?
There are some professions that are regulated in Canada,
i.e. you need to be licensed to practice by provincial
authorities to practice. Engineers, engineering technicians
and technologists and physicians are among these. You
have to get your qualifications assessed for immigration
purposes by the relevant accreditation body before your
immigration request could be processed.
3. Can I practice
another profession than my "Intended Occupation"?
Yes, and furthermore, you might find that you could
not practice your intended occupation right from the
outset of your entrance to Canada, since some professions
require licensing, and you would need to re-qualify
in the province of your residence to practice your profession.
Otherwise, there is no compulsion with regard to your
4. Can I use
my existing school documents to apply for a Canadian
school or job?
Before using your existing school documents, you may
want to have them evaluated. There are three places
that can help you:
• World Education Services, which is partially
funded by the government of Ontario
• Comparative Education Service, which operates
out of the University of Toronto and assesses documents
for employment purposes
• International Credentials Assessment Service
of Canada (ICAS), which evaluates your credentials for
both employment and educational purposes
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