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Kailangan mo ng trabaho? Magkaroon sa Canada

Isinumite ng sa Hulyo 19, 2010 – 10:35 sa3 Komento

Canada has been get­ting a lot of love from the U.S. media late­ly. Bilang ng U.S. econ­o­my con­tin­ues to floun­der, ang Amerikano pindutin ay sabihin-ing, “Go North!"

Stubbornly mataas na mga rate ng kawalan ng trabaho ay nakuha mo bumaba? Not sold on the eco­nom­ic recov­ery? Hanapin walang karagdagang kaysa sa magalang na kapitbahay ng America sa hilaga, where jobs num­bers are surg­ing and home prices have been ris­ing steadi­ly for near­ly a year.

Na ng kung ano ang Huffington Post wrote recent­ly in Kailangan mo ng trabaho? Subukan Canada, Saan pagkuha Ay Booming At ang Home presyo Tumataas.

Ang Tampo Post arti­cle also not­ed that “last month, Kanada, a nation with rough­ly one tenth of our pop­u­la­tion, cre­at­ed about 10,000 mas bagong mga trabaho kaysa sa America. "

Nang katulad, sa "Canada’s econ­o­my can teach the U.S. isang bagay o dalawang,"Ang Los Angeles Times con­tends that “…on health­care, pati na rin sa tulad ng mga kritikal na isyu bilang ang kakulangan, unem-plano-ment, immi­gra­tion and pros­per­ing in the glob­al econ­o­my, Canada ay tila outperforming ang Estados Unidos. At sa paggawa nito, it is offer­ing exam­ples of suc­cess­ful strate­gies that Americans might con­sid­er.”

Ang LA Times arti­cle goes on to sug­gest that

…as Americans con­tin­ue their gru­el­ing bat­tle over immi­gra­tion, Canadians have unit­ed behind a pol­i­cy that empha­sizes open­ing the door to tens of thou­sands of skilled pro­fes­sion­als, entre­pre­neurs and oth­er pro­duc­tive work­ers who have played an impor­tant role in strength­en­ing the Canadian econ­o­my.

Kaya per-haps ito ay hindi sur-pris-ing na old­er, well-edu­cat­ed immi­grants are increas­ing choos­ing to come to Canada, sa halip na ang U.S.

Sa katunayan, sa kamakailang Ipsus Reid / Makasaysayang-kapangyarihan Institute poll, which sur­veyed near­ly 18,000 peo-ple sa 24 coun-sinusubukang, natagpuan na “a major­i­ty (53%)…say they’d live in Canada if they had an oppor­tu­ni­ty to move.”

And that same poll report­ed that halos isa-ikatlong (30%) ng Amerikano ay pinili sa relo-cate sa Canada, if they could.

Among the fac­tors that sur­vey respon­dents cit­ed about the ben­e­fits of life in Canada include:

  • Halos 80 per-sentimo sumang-ayon na Canadians tamasahin ang isa sa mga pinakamahusay na katangian ng buhay kahit saan sa mundo.
  • Karamihan sa mga respon-dents (72%) believe that Canada is wel­com­ing to immi­grants.
  • Eight in ten respon­dents describe Canada as being tol­er­ant of peo­ple from dif­fer­ent racial and cul­tur­al back­grounds.

Ano sa tingin ninyo? Have you relo­cat­ed to Canada for work? Are you think­ing about mov­ing to Canada for eco­nom­ic rea­sons? Leave a com­ment and let us know.

Canadian fans pho­to ©Carolyn B. Heller

3 Komento »

  • Roberta sabi ni:

    I am a 28 year old girl from Italy with a Master Degree in Translation (from Italian to English and vicev­er­sa) at Gusto ko upang ilipat sa Canada (Vancouver o Calgary)naghahanap para sa isang trabaho sa patlang ng pagsasalin.
    Hindi ko alam kung paano hanapin ng trabaho. Maaari anumang-katawan makakatulong sa akin?
    Salamat,
    Roberta.

  • Carolyn B. Heller sabi ni:

    Hi, Allan,
    Kung gusto upang tumingin para sa mga pagkakataon ng library karera sa Canada, tingnan ang Canadian Association site Library (www. cla. ca), espe­cial­ly the Job Search page and the page about rec­og­niz­ing Foreign Credentials.

    Ang isa pang immigration pagpipilian na maaari mong upang siyasatin ang "panlalawigan kandidato" na programa na makukuha sa karamihan sa mga probinsya. If you qual­i­fy as a “skilled work­er,” it can be a faster route to per­ma­nent res­i­dence than the stan­dard fed­er­al per­ma­nent res­i­dence appli­ca­tion process. If you’re inter­est­ed in Nova Scotia, Maaari mong basahin ang tungkol sa kanilang mga programa sa probinsiya kandidato dito: http://​www​.novas​co​ti​aim​mi​gra​tion​.com/​n​o​v​a​-​s​c​o​t​i​a​-​n​o​m​i​n​e​e​-​p​r​o​g​ram

    Para sa karagdagang tungkol sa Nova Scotia, baka gusto mong tingnan ang aming post, "Nova Scotia Trabaho at Saan Maghanap sa kanila": http://​www​.livingabroad​in​cana​da​.com/​2​0​1​0​/​0​3​/​3​0​/​n​o​v​a​-​s​c​o​t​i​a​-​j​o​b​s​-​a​n​d​-​w​h​e​r​e​-​t​o​-​f​i​n​d​-​t​h​em/

    Your idea about buy­ing a vaca­tion home — or just com­ing to Canada for six months — is anoth­er rea­son­able approach. Kung ikaw ay isang Amerikano cit-i-zen, you can come to Canada as a vis­i­tor for up to six months a year. Na paraan, you can decide if you like it before mak­ing a more per­ma­nent com­mit­ment. It would also be eas­i­er to make local con­tacts and net­work for job pos­si­bil­i­ties if you’re phys­i­cal­ly locat­ed in the area where you’d like to live.

    Good luck at ipaalam sa amin kung paano mo ay paggawa!

  • Out Sa Da Bronx sabi ni:

    Oo, I am think­ing about it quite seri­ous­ly. But so far the Immigration Canada web­site gives me the strong feel­ing that I don’t qual­i­fy: Ang aking kasalukuyang propesyon ay hindi sa isang "hot" na kakayahan (I was a librarian/​archivist; I lost my job in the bad econ­o­my…), and I have absolute­ly no ties to Canada oth­er­wise.

    Ko na rin trav-elled at nanirahan sa Europa, so I’m also apply­ing to go there.

    Samantala, Canada ay palaging sa likod ng aking isip para sa tungkol sa isang dekada, ngunit ako ay nagkaroon ng isang magandang trabaho dito sa New York City para sa karamihan ng oras na ito. But now I would real­ly like to come to Nova Scotia (putting me at least an hour clos­er to Europe!); Ako isinasaalang-alang ng darating sa pamamagitan ng likod na pinto, parang, by buy­ing a vaca­tion home so that I can stay for at least six months to fig­ure out what to do. I thought that I should go back to school in NS and learn some­thing com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent alto­geth­er in a high­er demand field (like culi­nary arts…)

    I’d be grate­ful for any sug­ges­tions!