Newcomer’s Guide to the Canadian Job Market
Understanding the scope of your profession in Canada
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Newcomers move to Canada with many dreams and goals. Many of these goals are directly linked to finding stable employment in Canada. One of the top concerns for newcomers is the scope of their profession or occupation in Canada.
This guide aims to equip you with tools and resources to analyze the job market in Canada, and to help you plan your career path, and make informed professional decisions.
What you’ll find inside
- Tools and resources to analyze the job market for your industry/sector
- Certifications and licenses that may be required for your role in Canada
- Tips on setting your salary expectations
- The hiring process for your field in Canada
- Insight from specialized recruiters in various fields
Who is this guide for?
This guide is written for newcomers who are exploring the scope of their profession in Canada. If you’re wondering what your career path in Canada will look like, this guide will help you understand the Canadian job market, industry outlook, and hiring process for your sector.
The guide covers the following industries and economic sectors:
- Information Technology
- Finance, Accounting, Insurance, and Investment
- Sales and Marketing
- Business and Management Consulting
- Human Resources (HR), Staffing, and Recruitment
- Project Management
- Creative Arts and Design
- Logistics and Supply Chain
- Fitness, Sports, and Recreation
- Hospitality, Travel and Tourism
Determine how likely you are to find career success in Canada
As a newcomer to Canada, you may already have several years of work experience on your resume. However, the job market in your home country may be very different and this guide will help you assess how your qualifications will translate in the Canadian job market.
Understanding the scope of your occupation in Canada is a process that focuses on reviewing employment statistics for your profession, identifying your NOC code, and understanding the certifications and licenses that may be required for your role. In addition, this guide will also help you prepare for the hiring process and set realistic salary expectations. By researching the job market in Canada before your arrival and getting a realistic idea of job requirements, you’ll be able to improve your chances of finding a job soon after landing and put yourself on a path to career success.
Arrive makes it easier for newcomers and international students to make a smooth landing in Canada by providing the information and guidance they need. Arrive provides up to date, informative articles, guides, webinars, digital tools and expert advice to help newcomers prepare for their arrival, and adapt to the Canadian job market and cultural landscape. Students can get ready for their Canadian studies, so that they are set up for academic and professional success in Canada.
Arrive is supported by Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), the largest bank in Canada* and one of the most reputed banks in the world, employing 80,000 people worldwide. This places us in a unique position to be able to help and support newcomers, like yourself, with credible and reliable resources that can help you get started while setting up a strong financial foundation in Canada.
*Based on market capitalization
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