It is often overlooked that the immigration process is ultimately like moving but to another country, and this can create unique and particular challenges to which newcomers must continually adjust and adapt. It is an exciting new chapter in life, but it can quickly become exhausting.
You have heard a million reasons why immigrating to Canada is great for your future. It could be for international labour experience, for promises of higher educations, or for a simple change in scenery. Regardless of your reasons, did you know Canada’s just as lucky to have you?
In this blog, established professional immigrants share what they wish they had known about working in Canada, before arrival.
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.
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.
In need of additional education or training to continue your career in Canada? Learn how you can make the process easier with a loan and career counselling!
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.
Find out how the YMCA Centre for Immigrant Programs has been supporting children and youth for over 25 years in Nova Scotia as they make the adjustment of moving to a new country, new community, and new school.