That’s why Canadian province Saskatchewan is attracting a large number of Indian students.
Plenty of jobs in Saskatchewan—Saskatchewan has lots of jobs and this is one of the reasons why many Indians students are wasting no time in immigrating to this Canadian province.
Opportunities of jobs in Saskatchewan have been bright for workers.
As per latest official statistics revealed by Statistics Canada, employment including both full-time as well as part-time positions has gone up considerably.
Full-time employment in Saskatchewan was stated to be 425,600 in March this year. And this has been record increase. There has been increase of 9,100 full-time jobs for the period of 11 months in terms of year-over-year gains.
Giving details about the positive job market in Saskatchewan, Rob Norris, Saskatchewan Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration Minister said it has a variety of choices available for workers. New workers will be needed by many Saskatchewan businesses in the coming times as well as in the long run, maintained Norris.
High earnings allure foreign students—Its not just a plethora of jobs but also higher wages per hour that are a big factor for many international students to come to this place. Saskatchewan is a perfect place to live with a family, the immigration minister maintained.
Saskatchewan offers higher weekly earnings to workers, the immigration minister said.
Many foreign students who after getting low paid jobs in other Canadian provinces like British Columbia and Ontario decided to move to Saskatchewan. Here, they are getting much higher wages per hour as compared to the above named Canadian provinces.
Getting Saskatchewan PR is so easy—Believe it or not, but it is a fact! Getting Saskatchewan permanent residency is quite simple.
Saskatchewan immigration rules have been changed recently in a bid to enable more foreign students to stay here once they finish their study courses here.
New rules for Saskatchewan immigrant Nominee Program introduced by Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Labor will help give international students more time to stay in Saskatchewan and seek jobs here.
This ruling is aimed to make them eligible for becoming Saskatchewan permanent residents.