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How hard is it to find work in Ontario?
It is not easy to find work in Canada that corresponds with your skills and experience. You need to find out what employers expect, in your specific occupation or industry, in the city where you plan to settle.
What do I need to know about work before I come to Canada?
Many newcomers are successful. Many are frustrated when they try to find work. It takes time to find good work, even for people born and educated in Canada.
Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs)
This directory lists groups run by and for internationally-trained professionals. It covers many sectors and professions. It is by the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC).
How do I keep my job?
Do your job well, develop yourself professionally and maintain a good relationship with your co-workers.
What do Canadian employers want?
Canadian employers often want you to have soft skills and hard skills.
What is Canadian etiquette at work?
This article is for anyone who has questions about what might be considered correct behavior in the workplace. A typical workplace will include people from many different cultural, educational and religious backgrounds.
The Value of Networking
Whether you are currently working, looking to get promoted, or searching for a new job, networking is one of the best ways to start and manage your career.
How to Quit Your Job
Quitting a job can be very difficult, for you and for your employer. If you want to leave on good terms, give enough notice, and be professional in your resignation letter, it will make the transition easier for both of you.
How important is Canadian experience?
Many newcomers face barriers to getting hired because they do not have "Canadian experience." Some employers may not know how to evaluate your skills and experience. You need to show that you know Canadian legislation, codes or ways of doing things.
What is networking?
Networking means building a network of people to support you during your job search.