Canada’s bright job prospects for immigrants
Canada, 21st January: Canada offers bright job prospects for newcomers coming to live and work here.
Canada’s economy is booming even as other nations continue to struggle through tougher economic times.
Increasing job opportunities for immigrants in Canada—Canada is having an increasing number of job opportunities for newcomers wanting to make it big here. In the current year, Canada will witness an tremendous growth in its various sectors.
And this simply means thousands of employment prospects in the coming couple of months in Canada. So, if you are thinking of coming to Canada for working here, now is the best time to do so.
Details of Canada jobs in 2013—With many new job openings expected in the year 2013, Canada is all set to attract the best talented individuals from various corners of the world. As per the official estimates, new job opportunities will be available in various sectors in Canada. These include health care, construction, finance, manufacturing, education and insurance sectors in Canada.
Canada saw nearly 312,000 new jobs in the year 2012. And the trend is going to remain upbeat this year too.
The fact that the year 2012 saw creation of nearly 312,000 new jobs in Canada, the scene is quite upbeat that this year too.
Immigrants needed in Canada—Canada is experiencing shortage of workforce in several sectors especially in natural resource management and construction sector among others. And this shortage can be fulfilled by allowing foreigners with required skill sets and education for working in Canada. So, a talent hunt is already on by employers in Canada.
Various routes for coming to Canada—Canada has several immigration categories for welcoming immigrants wanting to live and work here. These include Canada’s Federal Skilled Trades Class that was opened for immigrants from 2nd January, 2013.
It has an annual limit of 3,000 trade professionals in various sectors for the year 2013.
In addition, one can also immigrate to Canada under Canada Experience Class. This immigration category allows immigrants to work in Canada after they gain a full-time work Canada work experience of 12 months.
Canada has lowered the Canada work experience to 12 months from the earlier 24 months only recently to make more and more foreigners eligible to work in Canada.