Employment Opportunities in Canada – Important Information You Need Before Hiring

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Finding a job in Canada can be difficult after obtaining a permanent residence permit and immigration, and it is often necessary to try to work in Canada for new ones.

To improve your chances of finding a related job, it is important to communicate with people in the same field as you and with other Canadians in your country of origin.

Most employers are particularly interested in your ability to work effectively in English or French, so improving your language skills improves your chances of finding a job. It is also important to understand Canada’s work culture because each workplace has its own culture, all of which meet Canadians’ expectations of work.

Depending on the trade or profession in your country of origin, it is very important that you discover the additional skills required for a similar job in Canada. Most professions and occupations are regulated in the provinces or territories of Canada. Depending on the department you attended, your education and studies may fully qualify you for a Canadian certification.

When people move their base as part of the immigration process to Canada, the key is to establish yourself and your career after you arrive in Canada. Individual requirements are not just about any company, but you want to find a job in Canada related to your education, training and experience.

To get the first job in Canada, you need to know:

1. Which Canadian employers hire – Many Canadian employers offer good opportunities. Many vacancies are vacated daily in Canada.

2. How to identify diplomas – There are a number of certification services in Canada. For a fee, these agencies will provide expert advice on how to compare your qualifications with degrees obtained in Canada. The assessment bodies are listed below:

  • IQAS – Alberta,
  • International Certification Assessment Service (ICES) – British Columbia,
  • ACAS – Manitoba,
  • International Competence Assessment Service – Northwest Territories
  • Global Education Services – Canada (WIS Canada) – Ontario
  • Training Experiences Center acquires the certificate “Quebec” (CEFAHQ) – Quebec
  • International Skills Assessment Service – Saskatchewan
  • Comparative Education Service (CES) – University of Toronto
  • International Certification Assessment Service in Canada (ICAS) – AgriCentre Aniary
  • Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCI) – International Engineering Assessment Program (EIEAP)

3. Understanding the Canadian Labor Market – All developed and advanced countries follow labor laws and standards, and Canada has introduced labor standards that define the requirements that Canadian employers must meet in their behavior toward employees. The main purpose of the standards is to ensure that workers work in a safe and fair environment that meets the needs of workers.

4. How to Write a Resume to a Canadian Employer – Employers in Canada Expect Your Resume to Meet Established Canadian Standards

5. How CVs Will Reach Interested Employers – There are many agencies in Canada that help new hires and some offer employment support.

AKKAM’s immigration and allied services now offer tools to start looking for a Canadian job long before you arrive in Canada after obtaining a Canadian immigrant visa (permanent resident).