Work Opportunities in Canada

With a thriving and vibrant economy, Canada offers enough opportunity to its people. Whether it is an employee, investor, or business person, the country satisfies growth requirements of everyone that further pave the path to a better lifestyle. This is why, thousands of people hailing from every nook and cranny of the world, head to Canada to start a new life. If we take a glance on the present working scenario of Canada, its economy is greatly influenced by the service sector, currently employing more than three quarters of the citizens, and the demand of more skilled workers is consistently increasing. Apart from tertiary sector, there is a huge demand of qualified workforce in manufacturing industry as well. To fill the significant shortage of manpower, the country is seeking skilled and experienced professionals from across the world to join its economy and can contribute to strengthen it further.

How to immigrate to Canada?

If you posses a certain type of skill, which the country is looking for, you can apply for the Canadian working visa under a variety categories including:

Work Visa:

  • Federal Skilled Trades Class
  • Federal Skilled Worker Visa
  • Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) Visa
  • Canadian Experience Class (Foreign Worker/Foreign Student) Visa
  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) Visa
  • Ontario Provincial Nominee Program (Ontario PNP) Visa
  • Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Visa
  • Nova Scotia Nominee Program Visa
  • Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program Visa
  • Yukon Nominee Program Visa
  • British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program Visa
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP) Visa
  • New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) Visa

Temporary Work Visas:

  • International Experience Canada Visa
  • Live-in Caregiver Visa
  • Religious or Charitable Work Visa
  • Cultural, Academic or Research Visa
  • International Free Trade Agreements Visa
  • Post-Graduation Work Visa
  • Partner of Work/Study Permit Holder Visa
  • Off-Campus Work Visa
  • Lower-Skilled Occupations Visa

These are the visa types that allow you to enjoy and make best of working opportunities offered by the country. The Federal Skilled Worker Visa (FSWV) is the most popular visa type, as it further leads to permanent residency in the country.

Take a look at the below provided eligibility criteria, if you are applying under Federal Skilled Worker Visa.

  • Must obtain the results of Canada's two official languages (English/French)
  • Must have a valid employment offer, OR
  • Have one year continuous working experience in one of the listed occupations
  • Must obtain medical examinations and security clearances

Each application submitted under FSWV is duly assessed on below mentioned grounds:

  • Education: Up to 25 points are awarded.
  • Language Skills: Up to 28 total points (24-first official language, 4-second official language) can be gained
  • Work Experience: A minimum of 9 points is required.
  • Age: Up to 12 points can be awarded
  • Arranged Employment: Up to 10 points could be gained
  • Adaptability: Up to 10 points may be awarded

In addition to this, applicants have to prove that they have enough funds to support themselves in the country.

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