Finding a job abroad can be a daunting task, especially if you’ve never done it before and also need to consider your visa application. But with over 200,000 vacancies currently available, the chances are just too good to be left out, let alone putting your best foot forward in the application process.
There are certain steps that can and should be taken when applying for a Canadian job that will not only give you a better chance at the job of your dreams but will increase your chances of success in the Canadian visa application process. While there are ways, such as express entry, that do not require a job offer, a choice certainly gives you a better chance of succeeding.
Since most Canadian immigration programs are run on a point-based system, known as the Global Ranking System (CRS), and you are ranked relative to other applicants, it is important to count every point in your favour and having a job will do just that.
Certain immigration programs, such as PNP (designated provincial program), require a job offer to be eligible.
It pays to get a Canadian job offer before you leave because you can focus on your new environment instead of being under pressure to accept a job offer as soon as possible.
In this article, we highlight how a job offer will improve your chances in the Canadian visa application process, as well as the steps to follow when applying for a job in Canada.
Find out how you can find the job of your dreams in Canada below