Work in CANADA

Working in Canada has become a reality for so many people and it is easy to see why. Canada is a leading producer for lumber and oil, has an excellent economy and is a leading international trader. Due to the fact that Canada’s economy is so strong, their currency is dependable and stable and hence has many job and financial opportunities for both Canadian citizens and immigrants.


Canada is experiencing a work shortage so you are able to take full advantage of this by looking for work in Canada. 75% of Canada’s workforce is in the service industry so there are many service jobs available. As we mentioned before, lumber and oil are the biggest industries in Canada so there are also many positions in these fields. Canada’s fishing industry is also one of the biggest in the world. The Canadian healthcare industry is also very well established and offers many opportunities.

Popular jobs in Canada for foreigners include:
Forestry jobs – most of the jobs are located in and around British Columbia
Mining jobs – many of these jobs are located in and around Alberta
Nursing – nurses are in demand throughout Canada
Jobs in the trades (electricians, plumbers etc.) – there is a great demand for these skills throughout Canada
Translators – there is a demand for translators for all major languages throughout Canada
Employment opportunities in Canada are evident, as, like many popular migrant destinations, it is experiencing skills shortages and therefore welcomes international, skilled workers. The following industries are currently experiencing skills shortages:
Health and Social Care
Finance and Insurance
Under the Work Permit to Canada visa class, applicants are required to have an offer of employment from an employer within Canada. Should you be qualified and experienced, especially in the industries above (for a Canada Work Visa), start job hunting in Canada today!

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, most foreign workers require a work permit.

For foreign workers, an offer of employment from a Canadian employer is usually required before the worker may be granted a Temporary Work Permit by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). There are several steps to this process. Depending upon the foreign worker’s country of citizenship, a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) may also need to be obtained in order to enter Canada.

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