Succed finding work in Canada!

It’s brutal out there. But the people getting hired aren’t necessarily the most connected – they’re the most creative.

Here are some basic tips to help you with your job search:

1. Evaluate your skills and the local job market.
List your talents, skills, and interests, and then list jobs that you would enjoy.

2.  Try to prepare a professional résumé or CV.
Your résumé is your most important tool for marketing your skills and accomplishments to a prospective employer.

3. Make sure you have a valid and legal social insurance card.
    No employer will hire you or make job offer without a social insurance card or work validation.

4. Spread the word to family and friends.
Tell your family and friends that you are looking for a job. Be specific about the kind of job you want. .

5.  Call companies and organizations you would like to work for and ask for an information meeting.

6. Attend or go to a job event.

7.  Fast Track your immigration with a Canadian Co-op work permit

Studying in Canada and attendance at a reputable Canadian education institution can provide a fast track to immigration.  Processing time under a program of study in Canada is short and visa issuance and be considered under the favoured Regional Migration.

Additional points of assessment are awarded for an application for permanent residence and it can be made to a visa office in North America where overall processing delays are generally very reasonable. Also time spent under a program of study in Canada will count towards the qualification period to acquire Canadian citizenship. Each year of study in Canada will be credited by six months towards the three residency period needed to qualify for Canadian citizenship through naturalization.

An applicant can secure a study visa and once issued the applicant can then submit an application for permanent residence under any suitable category. We provide service assistance to prospective applicants wishing to seek admission to a reputable Canadian educational institution.

Benefits to student (conditions apply):Off Campus Employment

 The student can apply for an off-campus work permit if on a full-time degree program and has completed six months of full-time studies out of the past 12 months. The Work Permit authorizes up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions, and full time during scheduled breaks (e.g., winter or summer holidays and reading week).

Spousal Employment

Your spouse/partner is eligible to obtain a valid Work Permit to work in Canada. No job offer letter from an employer or job validation is not required.

Post-Graduate Employment

The Post-Graduate Work Permit allows graduating students to work in Canada for up to 3 years after graduation (conditions apply).

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