Job Finding in Canada
Canada is a magnet for job seekers from all over the world. Thus, a total of 250,000 or more temporary foreign workers enter Canada every year. Of course, many of these workers need a job offer in Canada first. In fact, the first step in working in Canada is usually when a Canadian employer offers you a position in their company. This video explores job seeking options in Canada.
Al Parsai is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). He has been in practice for more than nine years. Al teaches immigration consulting diploma at Ashton College. Of course, he is also the author of the bestseller book “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada.” Consider visiting the following links for more information.
- How can I find a job in Canada?
- Three Steps to Work in Canada
- Job Search Websites in Canada
- Cold Calling for Job Search
- Job Offer Express Entry
- Job Creators Work Permit Canada
- Purchasing options: “88 Tips on Immigration to Canada”
- About Parsai Immigration Services
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