Best Student Guide To Apply For Jobs In Canada

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If you’re from outside of Canada and want to move to Canada otherwise known as an expat, but want to get an occupation before you can move and settle in Canada, you’re at the right spot.

This is because in the article we’ll guide you through the steps you need to take before applying to jobs in Canada from your home country. Most of the time, individuals tend to improve their skills while trying to build up the requirement needed to apply for a particular position irrespective of not even having the knowledge of what is required to obtain such a position. This often time does not have to so, a good knowledge of what is needed by the specific place of work is enough to build a good credential for yourself and put you at the computing edge of getting the applied job.

Just before we move on to the idea of this article, should you be an international citizen living outside of Canada or you are an expat who wants to come and study in Canada,  recommend you read on the cheapest places to live in Canada as a student.

After you have cleared this off Here are the steps you can take before applying to jobs in Canada even while living in your home country.

Student Guide To Apply For Jobs In Canada

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As a student or any other person, we will advise you carefully go through the below-listed guides and inculcate them before you apply for your next Canadian job.


Step 1. Make sure all paperwork is placed in order

Before you begin filling out the forms, ensure that you’re legally admissible to Canada. If you have a history of criminal activity or have a medical condition that poses a risk or is considered to be a security risk or a security threat, you’ll be considered inadmissible in Canada.

We advise taking the time go to www.immigration.ca for more reasons why a person could be denied entry.

Another thing to do is determine if the job you’re applying for requires a Work Permit. Certain positions in Canada require authorization to work. Work like athletic jobs and emergency service workers, performers and officials from other countries don’t require the applicant to obtain authorization to work. You must go through this article to get a comprehensive list of the top jobs in Canada that don’t require a work permit.

To apply for a Work Permit, visit www.cic.gc.ca  where you will be required to pay a sum of $155 for the fee for online applications, be reminded that this is only if you are applying online. For submitting a paper application, go to the website for directions.

After you have settled your Work Permit issue, you must apply for a SIN (Social Insurance Number) If you do not have one. Most of the time, Canadians born in Canada are issued the SIN. This number is issued to potential employers. Once you have arrived in Canada and you’re required to register for a SIN.


Step 2. Write a CV (Curriculum Vitae)

In the Canadian context, a resume is referred to as a CV. The “Curriculum Vitae” is an introductory page of your educational qualifications, skills, and work experience. The CV is typically requested by employers across Canada Therefore, you must make sure to proofread and write it carefully before you send an application to a prospective employer.

Most people do not actually know the difference between a CV and a Resume, to read more on the difference you might take some seconds to go through this article. Resume Vs CV, Similarities and difference 

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Step 3. Start looking for work

Think and search for organizations and companies that are relevant to your area and conduct as well as match your qualifications, make a very good research about them. Check their websites to see whether they have openings and also find the details on the procedure to submit an application if hiring.

Sometimes, you also can’t rely on just their publications on their websites, the reason being that most of the time, their websites might not be updated on time, whereas, there is/are job vacancies. Hence the best thing to do as soon as you have found any company that you feel matches your credentials is to go straight to such a company and drop your CV manually.

Be sure that the employers you’re applying for will be a good match for your qualifications and skills. If you’re already in Canada visit job fairs, where you’ll be able to meet with employers and talk to them about their needs.

Visit the Job Bank website to search for job openings for your area of expertise. Job Bank has up to 22,000 job openings posted each day. This makes it a great starting point for your job search. Go to www.jobbank.gc.ca to start.

You can also do Google search results for the top jobs in Canada and you could be amazed by the results you will discover.

It is also possible to seek assistance from an agency for employment that can assist you in finding jobs as a non-native. Here is the link to a Canada Service Center’s website at www.servicecanada.gc.ca with lists of employment agencies by the government that you can apply to.

Additionally, encourage your family and friends to share the message.


Step 4. Make sure you take your application and interview Process seriously.

You must ensure that you create a cover letter that is straight to the point, and in a maximum of 2 or 3 paragraphs. The cover letter lets the employer know the reason why you’re qualified for the job. Your cover letter should not beat about the bush telling stories of your life. Should be precise, detailed and captivating.

When you have found the company which is looking to take on a new employee, ensure you send an application for the company in complete sincerity and completeness. Be sure that your application is not contaminated by grammar mistakes.

Make sure you arrive on time for your interview and dress professionally. Make sure to keep in touch with the company within 3 days of your interview with an email.


Conclusion

Studying or getting a job as an international student, applicant, or an expat sometimes might not be an easy task, but with the above four listed processes and guide properly put in place, we believe that you surely will be at the winning edge of securing your dream job in Canada in your next application attempt. Good luck in your pursuit.

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