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Finding a job in Canada: 5 simple steps to follow

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Finding a job in Canada: 5 simple steps to follow

Canada is well known for its jobs which leads to Permanent Residency.


As we’re facing various challenges during this pandemic situation. Unlike other first-world countries, Canada’s economy is completely dependent upon its immigration policies. So we can see there was a significant drop in the Canadian job market.

Now the situation is under control and employers are looking for candidates. With new immigration levels plan 2021-2023 we’re heading towards the recovery.

Canada Job Bank is full of jobs and candidates are limited. So those who are interested in settle down in Canada, please follow the initial procedure before you get conned.

Follow these 5 steps :

1. Prepare your mind to work in Canada:

Working in Canada for a newcomer is always difficult because of the low temperature. Some provinces like Saskatchewan get -30 sometimes. So one must set his/her mind in that way but the thing is most of the time you don’t have to face this low-temperature situation because you will find all the facilities to overcome cold.

2. Get Your IELTS and ECA done:

3. Gather information about LMIA job and non-LMIA jobs:

One must know about Labour Market Impact Assessment(LMIA) and why it’s important.

Find LMIA jobs from verified job portals like

4. Apply for the work permit:

One must apply for a work permit to work in Canada. There are two types of work permit

i. Open work permit: International students, Spouses of PR holders or Work permit holders are eligible for this work permit. According to this work permit, one can work for any employer.

ii. Closed work permit: All most all foreign workers who are looking to work in Canada must apply for this work permit and they need to ask their employer to apply for the LMIA to hire them. Yes, this permit is employer-specific where one can work for a particular employer till the end. They can change the employer with some specific cases where the reason should be good.

5. Find a certified foreign worker recruiter to help you:

Always remember if you’re outside of Canada and looking to get an opportunity better go for the certified foreign worker recruiter. You may find various consultancies with a job offer in hand but always check the bellow details

a.     The job offer letter must mention the LMIA number.

b.    The work permit must mention company details and one should verify it here

For example:

GreenTech Resources being a foreign worker recruiter since 2016 and helping clients in more than 40 countries to get a job and settle in Canada.

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  1. I have over 25 years experience in Air Traffic Control and Airport Planning and Operations. This. Includes 10 years in CAA. Looking for career in Canada.

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