How to find work in the Canada | Newcomers Guide to Canada

Canada

Canada’s a natural beauty, vast open spaces and outdoor lifestyle make the country an ideal place to visit on holiday, work or live. Canada is consistently rated as one of the world’s most desirable places to settle and raise a family.

Canada is currently seeking a large number of skilled migrants, with many industries desperately in need of workers. In terms of visas there are companies , such as Hineni Media , that will guide you throught the process for a fee.  Canadian employment visas are only issued to those fulfilling a specific role or skilled professionals.

Basics

Any person who is not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada needs employment authorization ( work permit) to work in Canada. Working in North America has the added obstable of obtaining a visa. In Canada you can only apply for employment authorization  or work permit once you have secured an offer of employment. Your employer will then apply for a Labor Market Opinion (LMO). Once this is aproved you can then apply for a work permit through citizenship and inmigration canada (CIC). This may appear daunting, but around 90,000 foreign workers enter canada every year to help address shortages.

Three succesful tips and resources

The first best possible angle to become a gainfully employed and future Canadian citizen, and  get a foot in the door with Canadian employers is to  play the wise card.

 

 

Marisol Diaz is a 12-year veteran of that strange, fulfilling, and maddening world called the publishing industry. She’s packed boxes, edited manuscripts, made sales calls, created marketing plans, directed design and illustration, started companies, agented the works of others, and written advertising and catalog copy. She’s authored, compiled, and ghost written ebooks that have help international migrants. Now serving as a publisher and consultant, her blogs and her various projects provide one glimpse into the world of Canada inmigration, settlement, cross cultural, foreign worker books.

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