Nowhere are employers more active in searching for candidates than on LinkedIn. That’s why it’s so important to create a professional and polished profile.
Trying to connect with employers through virtual networking can be a challenge. But once you learn how to do it effectively, the opportunities are endless.
Make an informed decision before doing a soft landing to finalize your permanent residence in Canada during these uncertain times.
After landing in Canada four months ago, newcomer Garry received a job offer. These are some tips that worked for him, both before & after his move.
Gaps in employment will arise during these uncertain times due to COVID-19. With this gap, many newcomers will face stigma and mental health challenges.
Location is everything. That’s why many new immigrants choose to settle in Canada’s three largest cities. But could they be missing out on something?
Many immigrants have ideas for starting a business in Canada but don’t know how to start. That’s why BDC supports newcomer entrepreneurs.
Arriving to a new county can bring joy and great excitement for a newcomer family. Having a strong support system can help ease the transition.
Immigrants come to Canada with great ideas and an array of skills and experience but without connections, becoming an entrepreneur is not viable.
Get advice from a career coach on how to avoid taking job rejection personally. It’s all a learning process and one you will grow from!