When an immigrant arrives in their new country of residence, along with their dreams, they also have a file of documents that certify their education.
Then, upon arriving in Canada, they realize that this is not enough.
These are the reasons:
- Skilled competition: Canadians and foreigners have qualifications and skills. It is rare that a newcomer has to fill a vacancy that local talent hasn’t been able to fulfill.
- Employers in Canada prefer candidates with CANADIAN EXPERIENCE and CANADIAN EDUCATION.
Then, How do I start Looking for a Job?
1- You need to know the techniques and style used in Canada in terms of the preparation of a resume, cover letter, and readiness.
Here you will find a free guide to help you.
3- Take advantage of the courses sponsored by the Government for incorporation into the labor market. Also for the study of the certifications that can help you depending on your education.
4- Volunteering: volunteering is part of the Canadian culture, and will provide you with valuable Canadian references to mention in your resume.
5– Networking: I saved the best for last. Networking is the creation of a system of professional contacts through social media, referrals, and events, and perhaps your best ally during your job search.
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