WORK IN CANADA
What to know: Canada is a vast country which is often over shadowed by it’s the neighbor, the United States of America. Unknown to many, Canada is actually the second largest country in the world by land mass, and is one of the top 10 economies (by size) in the world. Hence there is plenty of room for the growing number of Expats deciding to live in Canada. Canada has a thriving economy which is centered on the country’s vast array of natural energy resources and mineral reserves, including Oil, Gas, Gold, Nickel and Lead. The country also has substantial aeronautics, automobile and space industries which seem to work in tandem with the requirements of the US – with which Canada has a complicated trade agreement, called the North American Free Trade Agreement.
While the Canadian economy is not as strong and varied as the US economy, it is stronger than many European counterparts having shown great improvements over recent times. This recent prosperity has been connected to the growth of the manufacturing and service sectors, which have reduced the country’s dependence on more traditional markets of the past. While there is a degree of government intervention within the labour markets, this is no where near the levels seen in mainland Europe.
Canada actively promotes a free market approach to business, although there are employment protection laws to cover employee and employers alike. As of July 2009, the unemployment rate is unchanged at 8.6%, as fewer people participated in the labor market.As the country continues to embrace technological and businesses changes in a forthright and structured manner, many do not expect any meaningful increase in the rate in the foreseeable future.The Canadian tax system ensures that tax is deducted at source, and while the rates vary among the various groups of society, nearly everyone will contribute to the provincial budget in some shape or form. After receiving clearance to work in Canada, and contributing to the taxation system, a resident will become entitled to draw from a range of benefit payments as and when appropriate.
We are only accepting applications of professionals in certain occupations at the moment. To determine whether you are eligible, kindly contact us.
Who can apply: Bachelor degree holder in certain fields with at least1 year work experience
Where you can work: Placements are only available in certain occupations for at the moment
When you can apply: Anytime
What you pay for our services: $1600
What else you should budget for: Visa fee, air ticket and living expenses abroad for the first months
Why you should apply:
- Canada has growing labour market and specialists in many fields, professionals and trades are desperately needed by the Canadian employers
- Canadian working conditions are in high standard and remuneration/salaries very often exceed those of other countries. While working you have access to health care as well
- Your spouse may also work while your children may study for free in the primary and secondary schools
- Canada is an ethnic mosaic and you can meet people from all walks of life and learn about other cultures
- High standard of living in Canada comes partially from the availability of good jobs for everyone
- We assist our clients through the whole process, from job search to visa application
WHAT YOU PAY FOR:
- A preliminary evaluation of your chances
- Advice on which travel opportunity is suitable for you
- A complete information package including clear instructions and the list of required documents
- Review and fine-tuning of all your documents
- Recommendations in regards to supporting documents to enhance your visa application
- Complete and personalized briefing before departure;
- Ongoing relations and follow-ups with embassies to ensure a smooth processing of your application;
- Guarantees of constant support. In the event of any difficulties or problems, we will discuss, negotiate or advise you on all possible legal recourses to obtain a favorable decision