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提交 七月 19, 2010 – 10:35 关于3 评论

Canada has been get­ting a lot of love from the U.S. media late­ly. 由于中美. econ­o­my con­tin­ues to floun­der, 美国媒体说, “Go North!“

居高不下的失业率让你失望? Not sold on the eco­nom­ic recov­ery? 不要再观望比美国的客气到北部的邻居, where jobs num­bers are surg­ing and home prices have been ris­ing steadi­ly for near­ly a year.

这就是 赫芬顿邮报 wrote recent­ly in Need A Job? 尝试加拿大, 其中,招聘是蓬勃发展,住房价格上涨.

一怒之下发表 arti­cle also not­ed that “last month, 加拿大, a nation with rough­ly one tenth of our pop­u­la­tion, cre­at­ed about 10,000 更多新的就业机会超过美国。“

同样, 在“Canada’s econ­o­my can teach the U.S. a thing or two,“的 “洛杉矶时报” con­tends that “…on health­care, 以及赤字等关键问题, 失业策略, immi­gra­tion and pros­per­ing in the glob­al econ­o­my, 加拿大似乎是超越美国. 并在这样做, it is offer­ing exam­ples of suc­cess­ful strate­gies that Americans might con­sid­er.”

洛杉矶时报 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.

所以,每也许它不是表面PRIS- old­er, well-edu­cat­ed immi­grants are increas­ing choos­ing to come to Canada, 而不是中美.

事实上, 最近 Ipsos Reid/Historica-Dominion Institute poll, which sur­veyed near­ly 18,000 PEO-PLE中 24 国家, 发现 “a major­i­ty (53%)…say they’d live in Canada if they had an oppor­tu­ni­ty to move.”

And that same poll report­ed that almost one-third (30%) 美国人会选择重定位到加拿大, if they could.

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

  • 近 80 每个%同意, 加拿大人享受生活的最好的品质之一,在世界任何地方.
  • 大多数被调查者 (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.

你怎么看? 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. 海勒

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  • 罗伯塔 说::

    I am a 28 year old girl from Italy with a Master Degree in Translation (from Italian to English and vicev­er­sa) and I would like to move to Canada (温哥华和卡尔加里)looking for a job in Translation field.
    I don’t know how to look for a job. 任何机构可以帮助我?
    谢谢,
    罗伯塔.

  • 卡罗琳乙. 海勒 说::

    你好, 艾伦,
    如果你想寻找在加拿大图书馆事业的机会, 加拿大图书馆协会网站 (WWW。约共轭亚油酸。), espe­cial­ly the Job Search page and the page about rec­og­niz­ing Foreign Credentials.

    另一个移民的选项,你可能想调查是在大多数省份的“省提名”计划. 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, 这里你可以了解自己的省提名计划: 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

    欲了解更多有关新斯科舍省, 你可能想看看我们的, “新斯科舍省乔布斯在哪里找到他们”: 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. 如果你是一个美国CIT-I-禅, you can come to Canada as a vis­i­tor for up to six months a year. 这样,, 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.

    祝你好运,让我们知道你在做什么!

  • 输出在大布朗克斯 说::

    是, I am think­ing about it quite seri­ous­ly. But so far the Immigration Canada web­site gives me the strong feel­ing that I don’t qual­i­fy: 我目前的职业是不是一个“热”技能 (I was a librarian/​archivist; I lost my job in the bad econ­o­my…), and I have absolute­ly no ties to Canada oth­er­wise.

    我也TRAV elled和生活在欧洲, so I’m also apply­ing to go there.

    与此同时, Canada has always been in the back of my mind for about a decade, but I had a nice job here in New York City for most of this time. But now I would real­ly like to come to Nova Scotia (putting me at least an hour clos­er to Europe!); 我正在考虑通过后门, 因为它是, 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!