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Finding a Job in Canada

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If you have job skills that Canada needs, Canada will welcome you.

Well-educated, professional people will find it easiest to get jobs, as will those with technical skills, particularly in information technology, biotech, and resource-based industries, such as oil and gas. The country’s tourism industry is another source of jobs.

If you’re trying to find out where the best job prospects are in various regions of Canada, check the Canadian government’s Labor Market Information site.

Canadian Job listings

The Canadian government runs a nationwide Job Bank site that lists thousands of jobs in many different industries and regions.

Another government-run site, Working in Canada, enables you to search by profession and location to see both specific job postings and general information about the market for the type of job you’re seeking.

Other Canadian online job-posting sites:

CareerClick.com links to newspaper classified ads nationwide.

More resources for job seekers, by province:

Need help getting a Canadian work permit? Living Abroad in Canada’s free referral service can connect you to a qualified immigration consultant.

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