To work in Canada, most foreign workers need to obtain a work permit before they can work in Canada.
Fresher jobs in Canada
By: IMMIGRATION Canada on Feb 05, 2020 05:04 AM EST
I'm a B.E graduate (2019). Being a fresher, can I able to get a job in Canada?
By: Zhang Hui on Feb 05, 2020 02:22 PM EST
I suppose you have the PGWP that authorizes you to work in Canada.
Then, first of all, you need to define what type of job you are seeking. If you are not sure, you may refer to the Career Handbook to locate the occupation interests you: https://noc.esdc.gc.ca/CareerHandbook/DescriptionSections/54dfd1ebe01c48c7a68c977e63e944db?objectid=vNUPFjbtxeWgbT1m8hrWJA%3D%3D.
Second, you need a well-written resume. If you don't have one, check the settlement organizations to see whether they provide international graduates with such services, e.g. ISS of BC:https://issbc.org
Third, you search job posting websites to search the positions interest you.
Last but not the least, reach out to your friends and classmates to see whether they may refer you to an employer.
Keep in mind, finding a proper job may take some time - keep trying.
Zhang Hui, RCIC, #R524643
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