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Getting a Job in Canada

August 13, 2020
With Canada's job market being one of the very few that's stable right now, it's no surprise if you want to go and work there. It's even a huge plus that Canada itself is such a pleasant place, with its kind people, beautiful scenery, and polite culture. Who wouldn't want to work and live here? Actually, the main question should be: how do you find work here? While it's more standard that you actually get employed by a Canadian company who will sponsor your transfer here, in the off-chance that you get to move here before getting hired, how do you find a job here? Here's are some effective ways.

Getting a Job in Canada

 

Prepare Your CV Well

Firstly, you have to prepare your CV well. It's your best tool in impressing the right company to hire you and give you a job. Though most CVs follow the same format in many different countries, Moving2Canada laid out its own "Canadian" format that's practically fool-proof. Either way, once you've prepared your CV well and made it make you seem like the best applicant for any job at hand, you'll likely get hired before you know it. As much as you can, keep it neat and organized, highlight your best skills and most notable work experiences, and above all else, make it easy to read. 

 

Network Effectively

Once you've landed in Canada, you have to strengthen your network. Any acquaintance you make, ensure that you make ways to keep connected to them. You never know how helpful they can be when you're looking for a job. For instance, the boyfriend of your neighbor in your new home in Canada might just know a guy who's looking for an employee with your skills and qualifications. And if you think such a situation is too far-fetched, think again. At times, luck is on your side when it comes to people you meet in a new country.  

 

Getting a Job in Canada

 

References can be Very Helpful

In relation to strengthening your network, you ought to know that references will help you a lot as well. In fact, this is where your network comes in. If your connection to the company puts in a good word for you, that will give you more advantage to get hired than your fellow applicants. Although, more often than not, the best references come from your previous employment or even the school you graduated from. So while you're at school now or at your first job that you intend to leave, make sure you leave a good impression and graduate/reign gracefully. Their references will help you a lot! 

 

Make Use of Social Media

A good number of jobs in Canada are on the creative side. Consequently, most such jobs are now within the digital landscape. So in order to increase your chances of getting employed in such industries, put yourself out there on social media.  Show off your specific skills and post your best works online for potential employers to see. Who knows? A company looking for a person with your exact skills and abilities might have an opening right now. And if they push you to apply, you're more or less hired! Rely on luck and let social media help you land a job! 

 

Getting a Job in Canada

 

Go Online

Arguably the most common way to find a job nowadays is online. In recent years, several job-seeking websites have popped up to help both workers and companies find the right match. Think of it as the newspapers' want ads but digital. Through this method, you don't have to pick up the phone anymore to apply. These sites let you send your CV and cover letter right away, thus beginning the application process already. Here in Canada, the ones to go to are LinkedIn, Indeed, Monster Canada, CareerBuilder Canada, and more. They'll help you find the right job here! 

 

Enlist a Recruiter's Help

If you're really having a hard time landing a job, you can always seek a recruiter's help. They are those whose job it is to help companies find the right candidates for their jobs. Most of the time, they'll approach you, but there's no stopping you from approaching them as well. And don't worry, they're professional at it. They know what to do when it comes to finding a person the right job. More often than not, their results are accurate and both company and employee end up happy and satisfied. 

 

Make Yourself Known

Finally, when all else fails, take the initiative and apply yourself. Even if your preferred company doesn't have a job opening right now, it's common here in Canada to still send out your CV and cover letter to let then know you're interested in working for them. The worst that will happen is the company will either ignore your application or outwardly reject you. Don't take it personally. At best, they'll keep you in mind the moment a position opens up and you'll be first in line among the applicants. However, it's important you're still selective when sending your CV out there. 

 

Getting a Job in Canada

 

Don't be afraid to look for a job in Canada if you really want to work here. There are multiple ways—most of which have proven to be effective—to find and eventually land a job here. Make use of them as most as you can!


And when you finally get hired, you can now earn enough to invest in a lovely Canadian luxury apartment for your new home here!




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