Looking for a job in a new country can be daunting. You can’t expect to know everything about the Canadian work culture, especially if you have recently arrived in Canada. There is so much to know. Fortunately, many people can help you.

Some community services can help you with one-on-one advice and help to create your résumé and cover letter and to find local companies. Others have more structured programs where you spend some time in a group classroom finding out about how to work in your career here.

Find a program to help you to find a job that you really want soon. You might not be used to finding free services in your country of origin. It is useful to know that you can find many services to help you find work.

Some things that you need to think about:

How to find work in Canada?

  • Understand the job market and find jobs that are not advertised.
  • Expand your network for job referral
  • Language and communication skills: The first impression you make on an employer will be the one that helps them decide if they want to see you for an interview.
  • Are you willing to start at a junior level in order to start in Canada or to go to the small to mid-sized companies?
  • Do you understand Canadian work culture, especially the importance of communication, teamwork, and organizational skills to employers?


Q: Tips for Finding Work Before you Arrive

A: https://settlement.org/ontario/employment/find-a-job/applying-for-a-job/tips-for-finding-work-before-you-arrive/

Q: Determine What Canadian Accreditations You Will Need?

A: The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) helps you determine what credentials you will need to practice your occupation in Canada.


Register for Free Pre-Arrival Government Programs

The government offers free programs to help you find work faster. You can register online for pre-arrival employment services like JVS’, CanPrep program

or NextStopCanada, before you get here.

Helps you improve your professional communication by offering free language training that is specific to your occupation.

Occupation-Specific Langugae Training OSLT

The government offers free programs to help you find work faster. You can register online for pre-arrival employment services like JVS’, CanPrep program

 or NextStopCanada, before you get here.

Take online webinars to learn about joining the Canadian workforce.

Access Employment Webinars – https://accesemployment.ca/

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  1. 瞭解就業市場並找到沒有廣告的工作。
  2. 擴展您的工作推薦網路
  3. 語言和溝通技巧 – 你對僱主的第一印象將是幫助他們決定是否想見你參加面試。
  4. 您是否願意從初級水平開始,以便從加拿大開始,還是去中小型公司?
  5. 您是否瞭解加拿大的工作文化,尤其是溝通、團隊合作和組織技能對僱主的重要性?