Connect with us


Canada National Occupation Classification (NOC) List



If you want to come to Canada as a skilled immigrant (Express Entry)

Your job, and the work you have done in the past, must be skill type 0, or level A or B to use Express Entry.

  • Skill Type 0 (zero): management jobs, such as:
    • restaurant managers
    • mine managers
    • shore captains (fishing)
  • Skill Level A: professional jobs that usually call for a degree from a university, such as:
    • doctors
    • dentists
    • architects
  • Skill Level B: technical jobs and skilled trades that usually call for a college diploma or training as an apprentice, such as:
    • chefs
    • plumbers
    • electricians




Skill level/type

0011 Legislators 0
0012 Senior government managers and officials 0
0013 Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services 0
0014 Senior managers – health, education, social and community services and membership organizations 0
0015 Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c. 0
0016 Senior managers – construction, transportation, production and utilities 0
0111 Financial managers 0
0112 Human resources managers 0
0113 Purchasing managers 0
0114 Other administrative services managers 0
0121 Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers 0
0122 Banking, credit and other investment managers 0
0124 Advertising, marketing and public relations managers 0
0125 Other business services managers 0
0131 Telecommunication carriers managers 0
0132 Postal and courier services managers 0
0211 Engineering managers 0
0212 Architecture and science managers 0
0213 Computer and information systems managers 0
0311 Managers in health care 0
0411 Government managers – health and social policy development and program administration 0
0412 Government managers – economic analysis, policy development and program administration 0
0413 Government managers – education policy development and program administration 0
0414 Other managers in public administration 0
0421 Administrators – post-secondary education and vocational training 0
0422 School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education 0
0423 Managers in social, community and correctional services 0
0431 Commissioned police officers 0
0432 Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers 0
0433 Commissioned officers of the Canadian Forces 0
0511 Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers 0
0512 Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts 0
0513 Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors 0
0601 Corporate sales managers 0
0621 Retail and wholesale trade managers 0
0631 Restaurant and food service managers 0
0632 Accommodation service managers 0
0651 Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c. 0
0711 Construction managers 0
0712 Home building and renovation managers 0
0714 Facility operation and maintenance managers 0
0731 Managers in transportation 0
0811 Managers in natural resources production and fishing 0
0821 Managers in agriculture 0
0822 Managers in horticulture 0
0823 Managers in aquaculture 0
0911 Manufacturing managers 0
0912 Utilities managers 0
1111 Financial auditors and accountants A
1112 Financial and investment analysts A
1113 Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers A
1114 Other financial officers A
1121 Human resources professionals A
1122 Professional occupations in business management consulting A
1123 Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations A
1211 Supervisors, general office and administrative support workers B
1212 Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers B
1213 Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workers B
1214 Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations B
1215 Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations B
1221 Administrative officers B
1222 Executive assistants B
1223 Human resources and recruitment officers B
1224 Property administrators B
1225 Purchasing agents and officers B
1226 Conference and event planners B
1227 Court officers and justices of the peace B
1228 Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers B
1241 Administrative assistants B
1242 Legal administrative assistants B
1243 Medical administrative assistants B
1251 Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations B
1252 Health information management occupations B
1253 Records management technicians B
1254 Statistical officers and related research support occupations B
1311 Accounting technicians and bookkeepers B
1312 Insurance adjusters and claims examiners B
1313 Insurance underwriters B
1314 Assessors, valuators and appraisers B
1315 Customs, ship and other brokers B
2111 Physicists and astronomers A
2112 Chemists A
2113 Geoscientists and oceanographers A
2114 Meteorologists and climatologists A
2115 Other professional occupations in physical sciences A
2121 Biologists and related scientists A
2122 Forestry professionals A
2123 Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists A
2131 Civil engineers A
2132 Mechanical engineers A
2133 Electrical and electronics engineers A
2134 Chemical engineers A
2141 Industrial and manufacturing engineers A
2142 Metallurgical and materials engineers A
2143 Mining engineers A
2144 Geological engineers A
2145 Petroleum engineers A
2146 Aerospace engineers A
2147 Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers) A
2148 Other professional engineers, n.e.c. A
2151 Architects A
2152 Landscape architects A
2153 Urban and land use planners A
2154 Land surveyors A
2161 Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries A
2171 Information systems analysts and consultants A
2172 Database analysts and data administrators A
2173 Software engineers and designers A
2174 Computer programmers and interactive media developers A
2175 Web designers and developers A
2211 Chemical technologists and technicians B
2212 Geological and mineral technologists and technicians B
2221 Biological technologists and technicians B
2222 Agricultural and fish products inspectors B
2223 Forestry technologists and technicians B
2224 Conservation and fishery officers B
2225 Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists B
2231 Civil engineering technologists and technicians B
2232 Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians B
2233 Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians B
2234 Construction estimators B
2241 Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians B
2242 Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment) B
2243 Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics B
2244 Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors B
2251 Architectural technologists and technicians B
2252 Industrial designers B
2253 Drafting technologists and technicians B
2254 Land survey technologists and technicians B
2255 Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology B
2261 Non-destructive testers and inspection technicians B
2262 Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers B
2263 Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety B
2264 Construction inspectors B
2271 Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors B
2272 Air traffic controllers and related occupations B
2273 Deck officers, water transport B
2274 Engineer officers, water transport B
2275 Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators B
2281 Computer network technicians B
2282 User support technicians B
2283 Information systems testing technicians B
3011 Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors A
3012 Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses A
3111 Specialist physicians A
3112 General practitioners and family physicians A
3113 Dentists A
3114 Veterinarians A
3121 Optometrists A
3122 Chiropractors A
3124 Allied primary health practitioners A
3125 Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating A
3131 Pharmacists A
3132 Dietitians and nutritionists A
3141 Audiologists and speech-language pathologists A
3142 Physiotherapists A
3143 Occupational therapists A
3144 Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment A
3211 Medical laboratory technologists B
3212 Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists’ assistants B
3213 Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians B
3214 Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists B
3215 Medical radiation technologists B
3216 Medical sonographers B
3217 Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists, n.e.c. B
3219 Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health) B
3221 Denturists B
3222 Dental hygienists and dental therapists B
3223 Dental technologists, technicians and laboratory assistants B
3231 Opticians B
3232 Practitioners of natural healing B
3233 Licensed practical nurses B
3234 Paramedical occupations B
3236 Massage therapists B
3237 Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment B
4011 University professors and lecturers A
4012 Post-secondary teaching and research assistants A
4021 College and other vocational instructors A
4031 Secondary school teachers A
4032 Elementary school and kindergarten teachers A
4033 Educational counsellors A
4111 Judges A
4112 Lawyers and Quebec notaries A
4151 Psychologists A
4152 Social workers A
4153 Family, marriage and other related counsellors A
4154 Professional occupations in religion A
4155 Probation and parole officers and related occupations A
4156 Employment counsellors A
4161 Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers A
4162 Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts A
4163 Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants A
4164 Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers A
4165 Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers A
4166 Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers A
4167 Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers A
4168 Program officers unique to government A
4169 Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c. A
4211 Paralegal and related occupations B
4212 Social and community service workers B
4214 Early childhood educators and assistants B
4215 Instructors of persons with disabilities B
4216 Other instructors B
4217 Other religious occupations B
4311 Police officers (except commissioned) B
4312 Firefighters B
4313 Non-commissioned ranks of the Canadian Forces B
5111 Librarians A
5112 Conservators and curators A
5113 Archivists A
5121 Authors and writers A
5122 Editors A
5123 Journalists A
5125 Translators, terminologists and interpreters A
5131 Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations A
5132 Conductors, composers and arrangers A
5133 Musicians and singers A
5134 Dancers A
5135 Actors and comedians A
5136 Painters, sculptors and other visual artists A
5211 Library and public archive technicians B
5212 Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries B
5221 Photographers B
5222 Film and video camera operators B
5223 Graphic arts technicians B
5224 Broadcast technicians B
5225 Audio and video recording technicians B
5226 Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts B
5227 Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts B
5231 Announcers and other broadcasters B
5232 Other performers, n.e.c. B
5241 Graphic designers and illustrators B
5242 Interior designers and interior decorators B
5243 Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers B
5244 Artisans and craftspersons B
5245 Patternmakers – textile, leather and fur products B
5251 Athletes B
5252 Coaches B
5253 Sports officials and referees B
5254 Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness B
6211 Retail sales supervisors B
6221 Technical sales specialists – wholesale trade B
6222 Retail and wholesale buyers B
6231 Insurance agents and brokers B
6232 Real estate agents and salespersons B
6235 Financial sales representatives B
6311 Food service supervisors B
6312 Executive housekeepers B
6313 Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors B
6314 Customer and information services supervisors B
6315 Cleaning supervisors B
6316 Other services supervisors B
6321 Chefs B
6322 Cooks B
6331 Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers – retail and wholesale B
6332 Bakers B
6341 Hairstylists and barbers B
6342 Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners B
6343 Shoe repairers and shoemakers B
6344 Jewellers, jewellery and watch repairers and related occupations B
6345 Upholsterers B
6346 Funeral directors and embalmers B
7201 Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations B
7202 Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations B
7203 Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades B
7204 Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades B
7205 Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers B
7231 Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors B
7232 Tool and die makers B
7233 Sheet metal workers B
7234 Boilermakers B
7235 Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters B
7236 Ironworkers B
7237 Welders and related machine operators B
7241 Electricians (except industrial and power system) B
7242 Industrial electricians B
7243 Power system electricians B
7244 Electrical power line and cable workers B
7245 Telecommunications line and cable workers B
7246 Telecommunications installation and repair workers B
7247 Cable television service and maintenance technicians B
7251 Plumbers B
7252 Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers B
7253 Gas fitters B
7271 Carpenters B
7272 Cabinetmakers B
7281 Bricklayers B
7282 Concrete finishers B
7283 Tilesetters B
7284 Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers B
7291 Roofers and shinglers B
7292 Glaziers B
7293 Insulators B
7294 Painters and decorators (except interior decorators) B
7295 Floor covering installers B
7301 Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades B
7302 Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews B
7303 Supervisors, printing and related occupations B
7304 Supervisors, railway transport operations B
7305 Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators B
7311 Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics B
7312 Heavy-duty equipment mechanics B
7313 Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics B
7314 Railway carmen/women B
7315 Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors B
7316 Machine fitters B
7318 Elevator constructors and mechanics B
7321 Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers B
7322 Motor vehicle body repairers B
7331 Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics B
7332 Appliance servicers and repairers B
7333 Electrical mechanics B
7334 Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics B
7335 Other small engine and small equipment repairers B
7361 Railway and yard locomotive engineers B
7362 Railway conductors and brakemen/women B
7371 Crane operators B
7372 Drillers and blasters – surface mining, quarrying and construction B
7373 Water well drillers B
7381 Printing press operators B
7384 Other trades and related occupations, n.e.c. B
8211 Supervisors, logging and forestry B
8221 Supervisors, mining and quarrying B
8222 Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services B
8231 Underground production and development miners B
8232 Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers B
8241 Logging machinery operators B
8252 Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers B
8255 Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services B
8261 Fishing masters and officers B
8262 Fishermen/women B
9211 Supervisors, mineral and metal processing B
9212 Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities B
9213 Supervisors, food, beverage and associated products processing B
9214 Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing B
9215 Supervisors, forest products processing B
9217 Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing B
9221 Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling B
9222 Supervisors, electronics manufacturing B
9223 Supervisors, electrical products manufacturing B
9224 Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing B
9226 Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing B
9227 Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly B
9231 Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing B
9232 Petroleum, gas and chemical process operators B
9235 Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators B
9241 Power engineers and power systems operators B
9243 Water and waste treatment plant operators B

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Canada PNP Programs Where you can apply without A Job Offer




Canada is a great destination for people who intend to build their businesses, education, finance, and social life. Canada extends a welcoming hand to immigrants who intend to live in any of its provinces and they are encouraged to apply through a paper-based process or through its online process by express entry.

However, a lot of people apply through the express process in order to access the provincial nominee programs(PNP). Each province has it’s own PNP program and how you apply depends on the PNP program that you’re applying to but first, you need to meet the requirements that make you eligible to apply to a province.
In order to motivate people to stay and earn an honest living, there are five(5) Canadian provinces whose PNP programs do not require a job offer.

These provinces offer immigration to applicants without a valid job offer on the basis that they are able and willing to work. The criteria for being eligible for their PNP program includes scoring at least 60 points in the province’s point grade system, identity proof, at least one year of tertiary education, at least one year of working experience in the last ten years relating to a specific field or occupation, and legal age, amongst others. These provinces are:

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program ( SINP)
This province is well known for grain farming and the numerous natural water bodies that it has. Its capital is Regina and it is populated with over one million people that are happy to welcome immigrants from diverse backgrounds. This province offers employment to skilled individuals that are willing and able to work in modern industries and facilities in the province and thereby contribute efficiently to the growth and development of Canada’s economy.

Quebec Skilled Workers Program ( QSWP)
This is the second most populated province in Canada and it takes French as a second official language. The economy of this province is highly dependent on information and communication technology, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, biotechnology, and few natural resources. Its interaction with modern trends makes it a great choice for immigrants that wants to apply for a PNP program without a job offer.

Alberta PNP Express System
This province is Canada’s fourth-most populated province and its capital is Edmonton. It boasts of several minerals and natural bodies. Its economy thrives on petroleum, agriculture, and technology. Alberta is the primary supplier and service hub for Canada’s crude oil.

Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program
Nova Scotia ( New Scotland) is Canada’s second-smallest province as well as the second densely populated province in Canada. Its capital is Halifax and it has one of Canada’s major seaport. Its first criteria to be qualified for the PNP program is to be within the age bracket of 18-49 years while the other criteria remain the same with the other provinces listed above.

Prince Edward Island PNP Through Express Entry
This province is Canada’s smallest and most densely populated province. Its capital is Charlotte town and its economy thrives on agriculture, fishery, and few modern industries such as ICT, biotechnology, aerospace, and tourism. This province does not support a specific job list. It supports skilled workers from different cultures who are willing and able to work.

Continue Reading


Best 10 Immigration Lawyers in Toronto

Sharanya Shrivastava



Immigration and the process of citizenship can be a very tricky one. More often than not, the special technicalities of the process require expert advice and guidance. In such a case, a good immigration lawyer is indispensable. An immigration lawyer will explain the details of the process and help with the legal loopholes whenever necessary. It is the job of such a lawyer to ensure that immigration for the client is smooth and hassle-free, and that all the legal necessities have been fulfilled. Here is a list of the top 10 immigration lawyers in Toronto:

  1. Ilene Solomon Immigration Law: Ilene is an alumnus of Yale University and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. She is licensed to practice law in both Canada and the US. Her clientele spreads across various fields, including performing arts, medicine, and engineering to name a few. She is a member in good standing of the Law Society of Ontario, the Ontario Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Massachusetts State Bar. She represents individuals and businesses in the areas of Canadian and U.S. immigration and citizenship law. Ilene provides step by step strategies and assistance tailored to every unique situation in an accessible, timely, and cost-effective manner. Ilene works diligently to make the process as simple, straightforward, and efficient as possible, and keep clients informed every step of the way.
  2. Mario De Bellissimo: Mario D. Bellissimo is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and a founding associate of Bellissimo Law Group. Mr. Bellissimo is a Certified Specialist in Citizenship and Immigration Law and Refugee Protection. His practice is focused primarily on litigation with an emphasis on immigration inadmissibility. Mr. Bellissimo has appeared before all levels of immigration tribunals and courts including the Supreme Court of Canada. He has been aboard numerous committees involving Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency, the Immigration and Refugee Board and Continuing Legal Education. He represents clients from all over the world and Bellissimo Law Group is exclusively committed to Canadian citizenship, immigration and refugee matters. The firm handles thousands of files each year and represent clients at every stage of the process.
  3. Mendel Green QC: Mendel Green, Q.C., is the founding partner of Green and Spiegel LLP in Toronto. He is a member of the Ontario Bar and is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Citizenship and Immigration Law.  In 1974, he was appointed Queen’s Counsel. Mendel is considered an expert in all aspects of immigration law. In one of his most prominent case rulings, Singh vs. The Minister of Employment and Immigration, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down the former refugee hearing system and a new and fair process was implemented requiring the Immigration and Refugee Board to give an oral hearing to any claimant. The decision in this case was one of the most important administrative law decisions of the century. Via this case, and many others, he has aided in shaping the immigration law of Canada time and again.
  4. Shoshana T. Green: Shoshana Green is a partner at Green and Spiegel LLP in Toronto, and has been practicing immigration law for more than 20 years. She has extensive experience in all areas of Canadian immigration. Shoshana is certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Citizenship and Immigration Law. She also is listed in the Who’s Who Legal of Corporate Immigration Lawyers which is considered to be The Official Research Partner of the International Bar Association, as well as in The Best Lawyers in Canada editions for the specialty of Immigration Law. Shoshana has been practicing exclusively in the field of immigration, citizenship and refugee law, handling all types of matters.
  5. Howard D. Greenberg: Howard is certified as a specialist by the Law Society of Upper Canada as an Immigration Law Specialist. He has a vast experience in all sorts of matters related to immigration law and citizenship and has a very wide client base. He is a member of various law societies, including the Law Society of Upper Canada, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Canadian Bar Association, Citizenship and Immigration Section. He has also chaired the Law Society’s Certification Committee responsible for certifying lawyers in Immigration Law.
  6. Kyle Hyndman: He is a member of McCrea Immigration Law. He has often been hailed as one of Canada’s best immigration lawyers, with a reputation for providing razor-sharp advice on immigration strategy to individuals and all sizes of businesses. Kyle took a break from his practice in 2012 to write an award-winning master’s thesis on the immigration law-making process. He is not only an excellent lawyer but is also a great host, and an avid gardener, all of which add to his eccentricity.
  7. Ravi Jain: Ravi Jain is a Managing Senior Lawyer at Green and Spiegel LLP in Toronto operating under his own professional corporation. He is able to practice both U.S. and Canadian immigration law in Ontario. He has over 19 years of practice experience and is among a small percentage who are certified by the Law Society of Ontario as Specialists in Immigration Law. Ravi has been invited to address committees in both the Canadian Senate and Canada’s House of Commons as a subject matter expert in immigration law on several occasions. He was presented with the Diamond Jubilee Medal by command of Her Majesty the Queen in recognition of his significant contributions to Canada. He practices all aspects of immigration law. His work covers all three divisions of the Immigration and Refugee Board and the Federal Court of Canada. Ravi has successfully argued many cases, particularly involving parental and spousal sponsorship, detention reviews, refugee hearings, residency appeals, deportation appeals, criminality appeals, stays and applications for leave and judicial review. He also provides assistance in obtaining green cards.
  8. Matthew Jeffery: He is one of the most sought after and best-reviewed immigration lawyers in Canada. With a long-standing experience and a large client base, he has handled cases relating to all aspects of immigration law. He is known as a precise, methodical and very efficient lawyer who provides the clients with in-depth and accurate solutions to their unique immigration problems.
  9. Betsy Kane CS: Betsy Kane has practiced Canadian citizenship and immigration law exclusively since 1994. Betsy’s practice focuses is on corporate immigration legal services. In 2009, Betsy Kane was certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a specialist in citizenship and immigration law. Betsy has volunteered with the Canadian Bar Association, National Immigration Section Executive Committee over the course of her career. She has served as a Member-at-Large and Stakeholder Relations Liaison and worked to help the section launch it’s presence on social media. She has also served as a volunteer for the Ontario Bar Association (Immigration Section). Betsy is frequently called upon as a subject-matter expert and has spoken at legal and industry conferences, to the media and in academic forums.
  10. Sergio R. Karas: He is a Canadian lawyer (Barrister and Solicitor) Certified Specialist in Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Law by the Law Society of Ontario and an internationally recognized expert in Canadian immigration law.  He is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), Past Chair of the Citizenship and Immigration Section of the Ontario Bar Association (OBA), Past Chair of the Immigration and Nationality Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA) and Past Chair of the Canada Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of International Law. He is also a member of the  American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and has been invited on numerous occasions to address lawyers and human resources managers at major international professional gatherings. He is listed in “Who is Who in Corporate Immigration Law”, Best Lawyers, and has been named “Platinum Client Champion” by Martindale Hubbell as a leading immigration lawyer. Mr. Karas has been instrumental in effecting changes to Canadian immigration visa policies. Multinational corporations and community organizations alike engage him in an advisory capacity, conducting staff seminars and providing guidance. He was a member of the Board of Directors of JIAS (Jewish Immigrant Aid Services) in Toronto for ten years.

Continue Reading


How to Find a Job in Canada ? Here is the Guide

Manpreet Singh



Find jobs in Canada

If you are failed to find a job in Canada and wondering what steps you are missing or doing wrong,dont worry, here we are with the complete guide which will help you find work here. Here I am writing the best 6 things you must care of while applying for job in Canada.


1.Setup your resume in a way Canadians like

The resume format in Canada must contain (in this order):

1. Your contact information
2. Professional / career information
3. Work experience (Add extra details if it’s related to the job you are applying)
4. Education / professional development

Where available, you may also add technical skills and volunteer experience/community involvement.



2. Do not bomb your resume/cv to many companies

One of the most common mistakes people seeking jobs are doing is bombing their same resume or cover letter to so many different companies. Most companies have hired 3rd party networks to handle the applications and there are chances that the same 3rd party company will receive your application for different job applications. Be selective in your job search and apply for a job you feel you are the right candidate for, do not form an attitude of I can do any job anywhere.


3. Be enthusiastic

Make sure you have a contact for the company and follow up within a week of submitting your resume to show your interest. “Thank-you” emails after an interview set you apart from other candidates applying for jobs in Canada. These marginal gains can add up to getting a job in Canada.


4. Use the resources available to you

Websites such as LinkedIn or Indeed are the best tools to look for a job. The Linkedin tool for professionals is effective in your online resume and network building. Recruiters and employers are using this tool every day to source candidates for jobs in Canada. Further, you will find lots of job listings in indeed website.


5. Get your qualification accredited (If required)

Your profession may require your foreign qualifications to be accredited in Canada. Professions such as teaching, physiotherapy, nursing, and social work, among others, usually require additional accreditation. This process can take a while, so be prepared.


6 Be confident and active

Moving to a new country is a challenge. Finding jobs in Canada when you have to build your support network from scratch is not that easy as it looks from far. So just be confident, it is tough but very much possible.

Also check in with your local library, as many host regular sessions with tips for getting jobs in your area.




Continue Reading