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.
One essential item you have to deliver to employers to land a job is not only a good resume but an outstanding one.
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.
You may have already started to connect with employers online. Now’s the time to maximize these networks and land a job!
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!
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.
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!
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.
If you’re immigrating to Canada and interested in working in the construction sector, this blog by BCCA will inform you about the industry.