Obtaining a credential evaluation can be the first and most important step to success on your path to employment in Canada. As an internationally trained professional, a credential evaluation can help you gain recognition for your academic studies, meet requirements for professional licensing, and employment, and attain admission to a college or university. This webinar…
When reviewing job postings many would come across a requirement to be able to “communicate effectively both written and orally”. In job search, your writing would give hiring managers the first glimpse into your communication and self-presentation skills.
Part of landing your first job as a newcomer is making a personal impression. That’s where a cover letter comes in. A cover letter provides an opportunity to go beyond your experience in the Canadian job market and talk about what you bring to the table that others don’t.
One of the most important things you’ll need to do once you land in Canada is to search for a job. These strategies can help you get started!
Learn how newcomer Steffi landed a position as an Algorithm Design & Development Engineer after four months of unsuccessful job searching!
Make an informed decision before doing a soft landing to finalize your permanent residence in Canada during these uncertain times.
Here’s a list of ways you can empower yourself and your career objectives with pre-arrival services to arrive prepared in Canada.
Hearing different perspectives about job search in Canada can be helpful, but it can also be confusing and misleading if you get the wrong information.
Learn how you can make connections with mentors in your desired career field to help your chances of finding employment before immigrating to Canada.
If you’re immigrating to Canada and interested in working in the construction sector, this blog by BCCA will inform you about the industry.