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Job Opportunities for International Students in Canada

Yes! You can qualify as International Masters Graduate for PNP Ontario, for this you dont need job offer or doing job. Following are requirement;

In order to apply to Opportunities Ontario as an international Masters graduate in Ontario, students must:

Job opportunities for International Students through Ontario PNP

Intend to live and work in Ontario.

Have graduated from an existing Masters program at an eligible publicly funded university in Ontario. Have completed a minimum of one academic year degree program, while studying on a full-time basis. Apply within two years of the date on which their Masters degree was granted, or in the alternative, during the last semester of completing their degree. Currently be residing in Ontario.

  • Have legal status in Canada (i.e. study permit, work permit, temporary resident visa).
  • Refugee claimants and asylum seekers are not eligible for the program.
  • Demonstrate high official language proficiency (For English language proficiency – IELTS – General test with a minimum score of 7 or higher) (For French language proficiency – TEF – with a minimum score of 5 or higher).
  • Demonstrate a minimum level of savings/income to support themselves and their dependants.
  • Demonstrate at least one year of residence in Ontario in the past two years.
  • Not have further studies as their main activity in the province (e.g., pursuing a PhD or another degree/diploma). Graduates are allowed to pursue further studies, if those are necessary to meet registration requirements in a regulation occupation in Ontario.

You can read more about it here

How To Get A Job In Ontario Today

Are you wondering how to get a job in Ontario?

Visiting Ontario to explore the business and lifestyle opportunities available to you and your family is strongly recommended.

Ontario’s large and diverse economy offers prospective entrepreneurs a wide range of business options. Assessing the business climate first hand can be an excellent way to start your research.

Ontario also offers newcomers lots of choice in where to live. Whether you are interested in a large, cosmopolitan centre, a medium-sized city or a small town or rural area, Ontario has a location to suit your needs. Learn more about communities in Ontario.
Ontario is a very competitive and expensive province. The city of Toronto for instance  is filled with foreign employees, as its main multicultural hub,  such as those from other USA or  EU countries, or those from Commonwealth countries like  Australia or NZ. To successfully get a job in Ontario, you will need to make sure you are fully prepared before you arrive.  

  • Get a work visa. Unless you were born in USA,  England or hold an EU passport or live in a Commonwealth country with a grandparent from England, you will need to obtain a work visa to enter and to  get a job in Canada. Contact your nearest consulate to start your application.
  • Obtain a Social Security number. Your Social  Security number is similar to a National  Insurance number. You will need it to pay taxes and make  Social Security contributions. Contact the Services Canada to get an SI number.Get yourself a mailing address. Employers require you to provide an address to have on file. Make sure you have your accommodations sorted out before you arrive in Ontario. Since hotels are expensive in Ontrio, consider checking the internet or a local Ontario newspaper for cheap accommodations.
  • Obtain a local phone number. If you already own a GSM phone, simply buy a local SIM card. If not, consider purchasing a pay-as-you-go phone when you arrive in Ontario. Make a CV (curriculum vitae). A CV is similar to a resume. It is one to two pages in length and is a summary of your employment history, skills and education. Also consider to join or opening accounts with  Linkedin, Facebook and Twitter to use as online portafolios and network.
  • Start the job hunt. Consider checking local Ontario newspapers like “The Toronto Star” or ” The Globe and Mail”  for job want ads. Also check job websites that cater to Toronto or the city you going to . You will also find job listings at local council job centers, or you could join a recruitment agency. One example of a popular Ontario temp agency is Adecco.
  • Consider opening a current account (similar to a checking account) at a local bank. Once you’ve found a job, you will need a bank account as most CND employers like to pay directly into your account.

Information to assist in planning your trip to Ontario including hotel listings with on-line booking options, calendar of events and information on local amenities is available at Ontario Tourism and Tourism Toronto.

Use your exploratory trip to learn about the business climate, meet appropriate contacts and experience first-hand Ontario’s high quality of life.

Study-Work options for English Language or ESL Students in Canada

Yes you can, But it is not going to be easy, The overseas job market is a tricky one and whether you find a job there or not depends on how good you are. So before anything else you need to assess your own capabilities. And you need to be honest about this assessment. See what category(ies)  you fit into:

1. Type A – Highly academic – Will have a Masters degree or above. Perhaps, even a PhD.or will be called a Geek at some point in life. talk about the theory of relativity like you and I will talk about the cricket score. May not have a very high degree of English skills, but will have adequate to get around and get his work done.

2. Type B – The real go getter – Extremely confident, excellent English skills including spoken and written, may not have a high qualification but would have a degree at the minimum, would have been called a wheeler-dealer or glib talker at some point in life, would be willing to start low in the organisation Knowing fully well, he can claw his way up quickly through his street smartness.

3. Type C – Average Joe – The name says it alli.e., average in pretty much everything but an overpowering desire to go abroad.

4. Type D – Middle age blues – Will be between late 20s or late 30s. Has this persistent feeling that life somehow has given a raw deal and going abroad will fix the problem especially the monetary aspect. Will also suffer from feeling of inadequacy about not creating or having grabbed opportunities in the past. Will exhibit or at some point in time would have had qualities of type A, B or C.

5. Type E – Desi boy – Very desi, poor communications skills but again like average Joe has an overpowering desire to go abroad.  


Now depending on which category you fall into your overseas job chances are as follows:  

1. Type A will find a job without a problem if they diligently apply for jobs especially if they have qualifications and experience in high technology areas. They need to be focused on where they are applying. Generic job sites will not be very effective as much as focused research to find out opportunities on company websites who are seeking specific team members. But sometimes you can hit pay dirt from a general jobsite as well. It’s a known fact that many companies especially, Technology firms cannot find specialised people and encourage their governments to create ‘skills shortage lists’ so that talent can be attracted. So you have a very good chance and it’s imperative you use the net to search the skills shortage list of the country you intend to go to. If your qualification and work experience is listed then you have a very good chance. Then you really start the research and send your CV to targeted companies or job sites/agencies. You don’t need a local Canadian  ‘consultant’ who will essentially do the same thing that I am suggesting i.e. send your CV to many job sites abroad and may not have the inclination to do specific search suited to your profile. The thing is these consultants will charge you a bomb for work that you can essentially do yourself if you set aside an hour every day. Simply follow the steps I outlined. If this approach fails go for another Masters or PhD and then use this as a pathway towards eventual job. If you choose the study to work pathway please use  HC.

2. Type B can also find a job but, they will not have the same success as type A. Mainly because type B will have qualifications that will not be in the skills shortage lists of many countries. They do not need BA, B.Com types and unfortunately our dashing type B will have only one of these. Or worse they will have an Engineering degree that will technically fall into a skills shortage but they struggled through the engineering course with many backlogs and the only use they can put a Vernier Callipers now is to check the size of their drink in the absence of a peg measure! So these guys will need to find their way into the country and then use their charm to find a job. One way of doing it is to see if they qualify for immigration under the points system prevalent in many countries which is being changed in Canada and specially for international students. This will essentially lead to a work-to-residency sort of permit.  Obviosly this will be easier to get if you have a spouse who is also qualified. That gives additional points. The other way is to try and get a visitor visa and then once you land there look around for a job and apply for a regular work permit. But getting a visitor visa is not as easy as it sounds and also there will be a reasonable amount of struggle to find a job on a visitor visa as most employers will be apprehensive to employ you while you are on a visitor status. But it can work. One word of caution-DO NOT overstay if you are on a visitor visa.  Canada Immigration officers HATE overstayers and you can also get into legal trouble and even be jailed.  We would never promote any illegal inmigration to Canada.  An easier option is to go for a Masters or specific Diploma and then use this as a pathway towards eventual job. If you choose the study to work pathway please use HC.

3. Type C – It is always a struggle for this type unless they make a valiant attempt to change their circumstances especially qualification and communication. I would suggest getting into a local course for language as well as some technical qualification like IELTS, etc and then attempt  for TOEFL path. That’s pretty  the best advice I can give. A much better way they can utilise is through the study-to-work pathway which will also give the average Joe time to improve on communication and social skills during the stint as a student. If you choose the study to work pathway please use HC.

4. Because type D exhibit traits of A,B or C it is best to decide which type you exactly are and then attempt to do what is suggested.

5. Type E are better off staying home and doing something locally as they will otherwise be exploited rather cruelly even if they manage to smuggle themselves into a country. Sadly these are the people who are exploited by the people smugglers and also the unscrupulous education agents who enable them to go abroad through fakes documents, etc. But once they reach there they are completely lost because they simply cannot cope with the environment unless they already have some family or friends there. But these are the type most likely to actually degenerate into a second graded life after the initial euphoria of being in ‘phoren’ evaporates. Their problem can be curbed by curbing the unscrupulous agents.

I hope that helps. If you choose the study to work pathway please use HC. Otherwise, best wishes and do not hesitate to write to me for further advice at 

hineni_inquiries (at)mail(dot)com   Best Wishes,

Miriam Iom  Managing Director Hineni Communications

Self-Marketing in the Canadian Job Market

As Wikipedia states: “The career management process begins with setting goals/objectives. A relatively specific goal/objective must be formulated. This task may be quite difficult when the individual lacks knowledge of career opportunities and/or is not fully aware of their talents and abilities. However, the entire career management process is based on the establishment of defined goals/objectives whether specific or general in nature. Utilizing career assessments may be a critical step in identifying opportunities and career paths that most resonate with someone.”

In a tight job market, getting all the details right matters, and a spreadsheet helps.

Here are some job search strategist

1.Do research about the companies you are applying to, take time to determine the best career choice and to keep a job-hunting spreadsheet.   By using the spreadsheet, you’ll quick access to everyone’s contact information and could quickly find the details you needed about people and jobs, instead of keeping track of dozens of business cards, e-mail messages and written notes.   Words of wisdom: In a tight job market, getting all the details right matters, and a spreadsheet helps. “(It allowed me to have) a much more personalized approach and whenever communication would occur I could check the spreadsheet and know exactly where we left off.


•Use Facebook and its microtargeting ability to find help in your search.  

•Follow bloggers on Twitter to learn about the latest job openings.  

•Shadow an employee to learn about their job, and you might get noticed.

Smart strategy:

Turned to the microblogging service Twitter to see if   you can find the latest job postings. Do also  real-time Twitter searches by position and location (“executive assistant, Hamilton”) to pull up recent tweets.

One USA example also use in Canada:

Name: Marian Schembari Old gig: Freelance writing in New York and Connecticut New gig: Associate publicist at Jane Wesman Public Relations in New York Smart strategy: Instead of responding to an employer’s job posting, she posted an ad for herself on Facebook, the social networking site, and used its microtargeting capability to home in on people who were most likely to offer her a job.  

Her ad asked, “I want to work for Harper Collins, can you help?” Anyone identifying themselves as a company employee saw it on their page. Readers could click on a link that directed them to her resume. Though she wasn’t able to find work with Harper Collins, she did connect with 100 people in two weeks, including someone who was able to offer her a job.   Words of wisdom: Recognize that the best way to get a job isn’t always to apply for it directly.

“I wasted so much time writing perfect cover letters and sending them into the Internet abyss,” she says. “You have to get out there in a way that people will come to you, not the other way around.”

Read this on self-marketing

Arranging a job before arrival to Canada

How to get pre-arranged employment in  Canada?

The role of your research is always being important if do correct research according to your desire then you always find correct. The second most important aspect that your curriculum vista and resume should be prepared affective that can be able to find something interesting for the employer and it should reached in correct hand. During searching job you would have enough information about the company that will help you in an interview.

The second best way to find a job in Canada  is through job search networking specially using the internet. Remember this: your ability to network to locate jobs is an important career skill to master. The internet  it is a great tool to be used in conjunction with other job search methods. There is still nothing like the old fashioned person to person networking. Creating a real life relationship is the best way to find a job.


Don’t confused buying an AEO with arranged employment. Canadian High Commissions (CHC) is not stupid, in most cases dependen where you from they are refused.  Over 75% in ND and Hong Kong for AEO applicants.  Unlikely that you would get your money back if they promised you that.

In order to be considered for Arranged Employment, you must include the necessary documents (e.g., HRSDC confirmation) with your SW application at its time of submission. In other words, if you need the extra points (and/or the requirement for sufficient settlement funds to be waived), you must obtain and confirm an offer of indeterminant, full-time employment, within a Designated Occupation (for which your skills match), prior to considering a Skilled Worker application.

Now here´s the kicker – most Canadian employers will not consider hiring foreign nationals without status in Canada, as there are (typically) enough locals to fill the vacancies. However, if you have a unique skill set (particularly if you are in the IT industry), and/or a friend (or family member, friend of family member, etc) in a position to offer you arranged employment in Canada, then you may be one of the (very) lucky few who are able to make such arrangements.

More likely, this option of arranged employment is nothing more than a pipe dream, and you would be better off improving your score through some other means (e.g., improving your language skills, upgrading your education, etc), and/or increasing your net worth (please keep in mind that home equity, in many cases, can be considered when assessing one´s available settlement funds), rather than chasing this dream (sorry).


Genuine arranged employment tips


How To Get A Canadian Working Holiday Visa

Running out of funds in the middle of one’s vacation is quite a stressful situation. Rather than enjoying your dream vacation, running low or out of funds could really be quite a fun killer.

So rather than experiencing the mere possibility of destroying your dream vacation mood, with a chance of running out of funds, why not spend your holiday in Canada while having the opportunity to supplement your vacation funds with short-term or part-time employment.

Yes, with an Canadian Working Holiday Visa, one can spend their holiday in Canada while having the option to supplement their vacation funds with short-term or part-time work.

How to Get an Canada Working Holiday Visa?

To avail of this  Canada Working Holiday Visa, you must meet the following requirements:

•be a passport holder from one of the following countries:


Hong Kong
Malta, Mexico
United Kingdom (UK)
Republic of Korea (South Korea)

•be aged between 18 and 30 years (inclusive) at the time of applying — this means that you can apply for this Canadian holiday visa until you are 30 years of age. Take note that your age will be determined as the age you are in Canada at the time your application is lodged .

•be applying no more than 12 months before you intend to travel to Canada
•not be accompanied by dependent children at any time during your stay in Canada
•must have access to sufficient funds to support yourself for the initial stage of your holiday. Generally, it is deem to be at least CD$5,000. You might be asked to provide evidence that may include a certified copy of a bank statement and an air ticket out of  Canada.
•must meet character and health requirements
•Extra requirements for the following passport holders:

•must have graduated from high school

•must either be a holder of tertiary qualifications or have completed/been approved to undertake a third year of undergraduate university study
•must provide documentary evidence of their English level upon lodgment of their  Canadian holiday visa working application
•must obtain a letter of approval from the Chile Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Indonesia, Malaysia

•must either be a holder of tertiary qualifications or have successfully completed at least two (2) years of undergraduate university study
•must provide documentary evidence of their English level upon lodgment of their Canadian holiday visa application
•must obtain a letter of approval from the Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration or the Malaysia Ministry of Foreign Affairs, respectively

•must be a degree or post high school diploma holder from an accredited institution;
•must provide documentary evidence of their English level upon lodgment of their Canada working holiday visa application
•must obtain a letter of approval from the Office of Welfare Promotion, Protection and Empowerment of Vulnerable Groups in Bangkok

•must either be a holder of tertiary qualifications or have successfully completed at least two (2) years of undergraduate university study;
•must provide documentary evidence of their English level upon lodgment of their Canada holiday working visa application
•must obtain a letter of approval/support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The selection process will be administered by your University in conjunction with the Turkish Higher Education Council (YÖK)
How to apply?

Upon meeting these eligibility requirements, you can now lodge your Canada working holiday visa application; however you must be outside Canada when you lodge your first Working Holiday visa application and for the visa to be granted.

To apply, you may lodge your visa applications online, by post or by courier from anywhere outside Canada.

For online applications, upon starting your online application, you will be required to answer a series of questions to determine whether or not you are eligible to continue.

Please note:

1. Due to administrative changes made, the Canadian Working Holiday Program has been re-named the International Experience Canada (IEC) initiative.

The policy of the International Experience Canada program is to discuss only with the candidate and not to discuss with a third party. Therefore, you can ONLY apply for the IEC initiative directly with the Canadian High Commission or Embassy Office within your country.

So what are you waiting for?
Canada’s breathing array of widely diverse scenic environment is just waiting for you to explore and enjoy!

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator(at) You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

Make your mark in Canada (Job hunt)

Canada,  is one of the largest and most beautiful countries in the world, offers a hugely diverse and exciting environment for work, travel and exploration.  Canadian Private-sector job growth has been strongest in temporary help services and health care. The nation added 10,000 temporary service jobs last month, indicating that many employers were testing the waters before taking the plunge with a permanent hire.

Get the right tools to make your mark in Canada:

You should started out as most people do, got a semi decent CV together and went online in search for jobs at the usual suspects, database  for Int’l  Professional  , etc

Then research a bit on writing a professional CV  as Canada accepts only two pages resumes. Then
if you want to WOW a prospective employer create  an online presence simple as
 It’s a summary of who I am, what I have done, what I can do and what people say about me.  See yourself as a product which you need to sell to a company.  company  does make an amazing job!

Armed with a great CV and a great online presence then to look for the right company where I would fit into as appose to applying for every single job posting available.  Don’t bother to apply for work through a recruitment agency. They won’t help you and will probably not even forward your CV to the employer. I even called a couple of agencies in Canada and all of them declined to take me on as a client. So it’s important to select the jobs which you can make contact with the employer directly.

Got 1-2 months?

Train for free in anything from forestry to commerce. In an effort to attract foreign know-how and bolster its economy, Canada recruits foreigners for its   cultural exchange programs  or click here. 

Got 3-6 months?

Test Experimental Drugs or clinical trials. Considering that Vancouver is a great place of the rave, it’s no surprise that the canuck capital of the Canadian west is a great hint to make money in drugs. Research clinics pay plenty of pounds ($140-$280 a day) to volunteers. Bring a certificate of good health from your doctor (disreputable places accept walk-ins and should be avoided). Ask around, or try

Work at a Montreal discothèquese. If you are a creature of the nightlife, apply to be an entertainment coordinator at one of the many clubs here; duties range from promoting drink specials to encouraging patrons to dance.  You can register with entertaining Quebec based agency.


Be a sports instructor. At one of the many  Whistler summer/winter camps for adolescents and enjoy British Columbia’s wide world of sports at little or no cost. Includes free room and board, and free insurance coverage, and about $900 a month. No work permit or previous experience required. Apply directly to Whistler  Resorts and Village Camps.


Join the legions of refreshment peddlers in the English Bay Vancouver. Work on your tan without draining your wallet. Beachcombing for thirsty vacationers on the English Bay can earn you up to $75 (including commissions) for a few hours work in the morning and afternoon. Though there is no organization to contact directly about openings, getting a job goes something like this: (1) Hit a beach town like   along Vancouver’s Stanley Park seawall system, or the Grandville island, (2) buy a drink from a beach vendor, (3) ask to be introduced to the vendor’s boss, and (4) the boss will probably hire you on the spot.  Some bosses even offer camping privileges on their land


Got 6-12 months?

Be a cast member at Canada Worderland,  equivalent to  Disney World for Canadians . Work at the ‘happiest’ place in Ontario and take home around $1,500 a month (March to October). Housing isn’t guaranteed, but they’ll help you find lodging. And though by the time you are finished, you will probably never want to see another set of mouse ears ever again, full-time employees do get bargain hotel rates and free park admission ( Recruitment jobs  or Service du Recrutement Casting click here )


Be an unskilled mining assistant. Get your hands dirty in one of the many Western Canadian mining towns (gold and iron). –Red Lake area ; Asbestos, Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador ; Flin Flon, etc. You’ll see the outback in ways no tourist can, earn $800 a week, enjoy free food and accommodation, and maybe even unearth a few opals along the way. Though the best way to find a job is simply to chat up the miners in a local pub, in WaWa, a city always hiring mining-lab workers, is a good resource.


Join the staff of a cruise ship. Set your course for adventure and head for the Caribbean. Hours are long and wages slim, but tips are good (up to $1,100 a month) and lodging and food are free. Apply to Royal Caribbean International Cruise lines in Canada   or call  Mariposa Cruises Services ( Canada’s largest hospitality cruise line) for bar/catering placement.


Go work for Mother Teresa and make your mum proud. You can volunteer in one of her orphanages, children institutions  or care centers in Winnipeg. Conditions can be grim, and wages are slim to none (you might be able to arrange free lodging), though plenty find the work itself reward enough. Register at the administrative offices at Helping Orphans in Canada click here.

If you’re ‘exotic’, become a model. In Montreal, Vancouver and Toronto, there’s a always a fever for those that look cute. If you are moderately very attractive and know how to smile, drop a portfolio at  Elite Model  or

Follow companies on twitter and facebook and actively stay in contact with them using social channels. Companies want to employ unique, dedicated and professional people, try and show these skills when applying for work.





Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

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Trabajo para extranjeros en Canada: Niñeros, enseñanza de idioma y otros empleos

 No es fácil encontrar un trabajo ‘normal’ como extranjero en Canada, pero hay algunos trabajos que te permiten financiar tu estadía en Canada.

Au pairing
Un ‘au pair’ es contratado para cuidar niños. El trato que ofrecen es alojamiento gratis, comida y una pequeña ayuda económica por ayudar con los niños y en ocasiones otras labores del hogar. La ventaja de este empleo es que practicas mucho el idioma, ya que estas en contacto diario con este.

Normalmente, no es requerido ningún tipo de aptitud especial y por lo mismo un au pair no debe ser estar al cuidado de niños menores a dos años. Las familias que aceptan un chico, joven o varon son raras, las experiencias con niños son sujetas a emisión de visa, ciudadanos de USA, Inglaterra, Australia y  Europa, regularmente tienen ventaja. El servicio dura un mínimo de 2 meses y máximo de 2 años.

Requisitos y responsabilidades típicos

•conocimiento básico del idioma (Ingles y/o  Frances) para comunicación con los niños desde el principio
•levantar y llevar a los niños para la escuela
•jugar con los niños
•preparar y darles sus alimentos
•limpiar sus cuartos y áreas de juego
•cuidado de ellos en las noches cuando salen los padres
Responsabilidades comunes de las familias

•dar un máximo de 25 – 35 horas de trabajo por semana
•dos días libres por semana
•no tratar al au pair como un sirviente doméstico no pagado
•dar su propia habitación
•pagar semalmente (unos $90)
•registrar al au pair con el doctor de la familia
•registrar al au pair en seguro de la casa
Las siguientes organizaciones relacionan au pairs con familias – estas suelen cobrar una cuota de registro a la familia y/o al au pair:

•IAPA (Asociación Internacional de Au Pair): 
•IAPO (Organización Internacional de Au Pair): 
• Au pair in Canada:

Enseñanza de idioma extranjero
La enseñanza de tu idioma como idioma extranjero es un área donde puedes tener una ventaja en mercado laboral.  Español, Italiano, Chino o el mismo Frances son idiomas con demanda alta en Ontario, el resto de Canada siempre estar interesado en Frances. Conseguir empleo en el sistema de educación pública en Canadianse sule ser muy difícil, ya que solitan algunos requisitos y el proceso de selección es competido (generalmente le ofrecen las vacantes a los canadienses).

Sin embargo, existen algunas escuelas de idiomas y agencias de prácticas que dan empleo a extranjeros. Algunos ni siquiera piden requisitos (como el TOEFL, IETLS  para el Inglés), pero depende de la institución. La poseción de un certificado o título te da una ventaja. No hay requisitos para clases privadas pero certificados o cursos en TEFL TESOL son una gran ayuda donde quiera.

La enseñanza de idiomas no es la mejor pagada con salarios muy variables. Clases privadas por sesión pagan unos $11-20/por hora, pero tienes que contemplar administración de estudiantes, agenda y viajes. Chequea en las escuelas de idiomas y universidades as oportunidades para dar clases o echa un vistazo en la base de datos para trabajadores profesionales para Canada.

Trabajos temporales en la agricultura
Se estima que más de 120,000 extranjeros vienen a Canada cada año para ayudar en la temporada de trabajo intensivo como es la cosecha. La temporada de la berries, manzanas, etc es  hasta de 6 meses – Abril/Septiembre (dependiendo en tiempo y provincia), otras temparadas de frutas son de Mayo hasta principios de Noviembre.

Es relativamente fácil obtener un permiso para realizar estos trabajos legalmente. El trabajo es bien duro y la paga es poca, pero mucha gente regresa año tras año a los mismos lugares, así que puede difícil obtener un trabajo.

Industria turística
Hay muchas oportunidades en el sector turístico durante verano. Encontrar trabajo es un proceso que comienza desde Marzo especificamente, epecialmente en Vancouver, Montreal  y otros sitios llenos de turistas como la region del Niagara en Ontario, donde suele ser fácil, ya también los canadienses  se van vacaciones. Los servicios más comunes para empleo son hoteles, restaurantes y otros sitios de comidas.

Dependiendo de la experiencia y aptitudes, los trabajos son: limpieza, mesero, cocinero, cajero y recepcionista. Los fáciles para encontrar empleo son las cadenas de comida rápida y firmas reconocidas como McDonald’s, Tim Hortons, Wendy’s Taco Bell, etc, ya que suelen estar siempre contratando personal. Las habilidades con el idioma te pueden ayudar en este país, dandote una ventaja competitiva sobre los Canadienses. En invierno, las oportunidades de trabajo se concentran en los centros de ski en Seymour,Cypress,Whistler,Grouse y British Columbia.

Prácticas estudiantiles
Las prácticas estudiantiles (stage d’études) o prácticas asignadas no son consideradas legalmente como trabajos, así que un permiso de trabajo (TWP) no  es requerido, mayormente son conocidas como internship o pasantias no pagadas. Mantienes tu estado de estudiante durante las prácticas profesionales. Un acuerdo de prácticas (convention de stage) entre tu institución académica, la compañía y tu debe ser completada. En este se definen lo que estarás haciendo, horas de trabajo, condiciones así como cualquier remuneración.



Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, Editor-in-Chief, IA and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ You can improve your Canada job search through the Canadian database  for Int’l Employers  here ,  an informational services run by Hineni Media

Note and disclaimer: No attorney/client relationship is formed through the submission or viewing of this article. This article is not intended as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed attorney. The facts of every case are different and individualized advice should be sought from an attorney before proceeding with any case.


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What type of positions are being recruited in Canada?

In Canada, the projection of employment demand for occupations is undertaken through the Canadian Occupational Projection System (COPS). This information system is designed to provide historical, current and projected data both nationally and provincially. The focus of COPS is on long-term occupational needs and supply trends. The model provides the most comprehensive source of forward-looking employment demand data by occupation and by industry for B.C.

This model is maintained by Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC), in close consultation with partners in provincial governments and Service Canada regions.  The B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education and Labour Market Development is the COPS provincial partner in B.C., and prepares the COPS BC Unique Scenario with their federal counterparts from Service Canada.

So positions on skilled trades, pharmacist, finance, dental hygienist and others below are the ones being recruited in Canada.

  •  Healthcare information technology. Technicians are needed for such emerging jobs as healthcare integration engineer, healthcare systems analyst, clinical IT consultant, and technology support specialist.
  •  Clinical Trials Design and Management for Oncology. Biopharmaceutical drug companies have more than doubled investment in research and development in the past decade. Managing clinical trials include choosing appropriate dosages, designing treatment plans and recruiting patients.
  •  Allied Health – Medical Technicians, Technologists and Assistants:
    Many allied health careers are well-paid, and in high demand. Therefore, if you have an associate’s degree, or a four-year college degree, you can choose from a wide variety of nearly 100 allied health careers
  • Medical Office Administrative and Support Jobs such as:
  • Medical transcriptionists
  • Home Health and Hospice Care:
  • Home health, including in-home hospice care and home health aides for the elderly and disabled, are set to experience a whopping 50+% growth!
  • Registered nurse
    Canada’s aging population means this sector’s a dynamic place to be. A combination of factors will ensure a wealth of opportunity for nurses with college or university nursing degrees.
  • Geriatric healthcare. Hey, everybody is getting older which means there are more opportunities for jobs for pharmacists, geriatric care managers, geriatric nurses and managing facilities for seniors.
  • Computer and information systems managers
    The 2001 slowdown in the computer industry didn’t put a dent in this field. Wage growth is still better than average, as are actual wages (almost double the national average), while the unemployment rate is well below the national average.
  • Mobile media. Graphic designers, videographers, video editors, app developers and software engineers are needed to design and provide all the stuff that we now cram in our cell phones.
  • Embedded engineering. There are career options for software developers willing to learn some new tricks. Phones, appliances, televisions, automobiles and iPods all use processors to run. These complex digital processors are embedded systems, often built around a microprocessor core, that are designed by software engineers.
  • Data mining. Data mining is the technique for extracting specific types of information or patterns from large databases.
  • Human resource specialist or manager
    Demand for human resources specialists and managers is increasing and expected to stay strong, as companies place greater emphasis than ever before on human resources issues such as recruitment, training, employee relations and retention.
  • Occupational health and safety. More specialists are needed to cope with technological advances in safety equipment, changing regulations and increasing public expectations.
  • French/English translation and interpretation.
    Canada is officially a bilingual country but, with nearly 60% of the population speaking English as their mother-tongue, and only 24% speaking French as their first language. There are 77 million first language speakers and another 51 million second language speakers, according to the Ethnologue Report. (1) French is the second most commonly-taught second language in the world (after English).The 2001 Census total of francophones, those who report their mother tongue as French, was 6.8 million, or 22.9 percent of the population, down from 23.5 percent in 1996. The strongest demand for French speakers is in the health care, business and legal fields.
  • Content Writing/ Copyeditors/ paid blogging gigs/  freelancers focusing on business, travel and environmental subjects. Feature writing on the web. Is this where all those journalist for print media or newspaper reporters who have lost their jobs will end up.
  • Sustainable business practices and greening of all jobs. Green collar jobs can be found in every profession – even those you wouldn’t suspect. For instance, accountants are needed who understand what carbon accounting is.


Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, bilingual information designer, info-Preneuer;  career and  a business facilitator . She  has been writing on legal research and Canada immigration law since 2006. contact her @

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