The job market has vastly changed in the last couple of years due to the impact of the pandemic, creating new job opportunities, increasing the demand for some professions, and decreasing demand in others. It has changed how service providers deliver their services, significantly increasing virtual delivery models.
So, you’ve landed in Canada and want to continue your career as a Marketing and Communications Professional. You may be a junior professional, a seasoned expert, or somewhere in between—the ideal goal for you is to get a job at the same level you previously had in your country of origin or even better.
To reach career success and avoid a delay in working in their fields, skilled immigrants should research the career they intend to pursue in Canada and develop a success plan that incorporates the time required to obtain their license.
Applying for jobs by submitting your resume and not hearing back from employers can be a frustrating process. To change this, start making small adjustments to your resume that can help you start getting responses from employers.
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.
In this blog, established professional immigrants share what they wish they had known about working in Canada, before arrival.
One essential item you have to deliver to employers to land a job is not only a good resume but an outstanding one.
As a newcomer to Canada it may be challenging to stay focused on job search activities. Here are a few tips to stay motivated!
COVID-19 has made it a little more challenging to find and keep a job. But, thanks to technology there are still a great many jobs available.
As a young person, finding your first part-time job can be difficult. Here are some tips on how to have a successful job search.