Before now, people think it’s a difficult task to get a job in Canda before immigrating. But do you really think it’s not possible to get your dream job before finally moving to Canada?

Read on to know how possible it is and also learn the secret behind it.

Applying for jobs in Canada before immigrating is the easiest way you can find tons of jobs in Canada from job boards such as Indeed and Monster.

While you may be qualified to apply for some of these jobs, the fact that you are not in Canada may make it impossible for you to land any of such jobs.

This is because for you to be employed by a Canadian employer while you are still in your country, the employer will have to advertise the job offer for a while and can only be allowed to employ someone outside of Canada if no Canadian citizen or permanent resident applied for the job.

Most employers obtain a permit from the Canadian Ministry of Employment and Social Development to bring in someone from outside of Canada to take up the position

What are the chances of getting a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment LMIA when there are tons of unemployed people searching for the same kind of jobs in Canada?

Except you are a professional who does not need a work permit to move into Canada, you have a hurdle to cross here if you are to get that job in Canada while you are still in your country.

3 Ways To Get A Job In Canada While You Are Still In Your Country 

There are numbers of ways you can get a job offer from a Canadian employer while you are still in your country. But I’ll be sharing only 3 ways that have actually worked for people I know till date.

1 .  Job Agencies: This is one great way you can get a job in Canada while still in your country is through using job agencies.

Employers are increasingly relying on job consultants to find talents for their vacant positions.

Check out The Best Job Consultants In Canada For Foreigners  and see some of the best job agencies in Canada you can use to find your dream job in Canada.

All the job consultants listed in the article are oriented towards foreign workers.

2. Job Fairs: A job fair is a great opportunity for meeting and networking with potential Canadian employers while still in your country.

It allows you to find upcoming local job fairs in your country through magazines, social media, employment service agencies, the internet, professional associations, and most importantly check the nearest Canadian embassies to see if there are any job fairs held by Canadian businesses in your country.

Job Fairs or Career Expos allow community partners and professionals to meet with prospective job seekers, interns, and volunteers. You can submit your resumes at such events and find out more about the job and employer.

3. Use The Internet: You can also use the internet to look up employers’ websites who may be interested in hiring someone with your skills.

You can simply send them emails with your qualifications and skills and why you think you are the best person for the position in their company. Some employers value people who take initiative to reach them and applying for a position.

You can also lookup jobs in Job Bank. The Canadian Job Bank is one place you can find any type of job for your skills.

Social Media is yet another way you can connect and meet Canadian employers and introduce yourself and your skills to them. LinkedIn is the perfect place to meet such professionals and connect with them.

If you do not already have a LinkedIn account, I recommend you set up your account today, ensure your online reputation is respectable, and network with professionals in your field.



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