Getting a job in Canada can be difficult after gaining permanent residence and immigration issues, and it is often necessary for newcomers to gain work experience in Canada.

To improve your chances of finding an affiliate job, it is important to interact with people in the same field as you and other Canadians in your home country.



Most employers will be particularly interested in your ability to work effectively in English or French, so improving your language skills improves your chances of getting a job. It is also important to understand Canada’s work culture because each job has its own culture that meets all of Canada’s job expectations.
It is very important that you discover the additional skills needed to do a similar job in Canada, depending on the industry you use in your home country. Most occupations and occupations are organized in the provinces or territories of Canada. Your education and training are fully eligible for Canadian certification, depending on your institution.

When people move their bases to Canada as part of the immigration process, the key to establishing your career is when you come to Canada. Individual requirements are not just any business, but you want to find a job in Canada related to education, training, and experience.

To get your first job in Canada you need to know:

1. What Canadian Employers Do – Many Canadian employers offer good opportunities. Many vacancies are vacated in Canada every day.
2. How to Recognize the Accreditation of Education and Training – There are a number of accreditation services in Canada. For a fee, these agencies will provide expert advice on how to compare your qualifications with the diplomas you have received in Canada. The rating agencies are listed below:
IQAS – Alberta,
International Recognition Service (ICES) – British Columbia,
ACAS – Manitoba,
International Qualification Assessment Service – Northwest
International Education Service – Canada (WIS Canada) – Ontario

The Training Center receives a “Quebec” certificate (CEFAHQ) – Quebec

International Competence Assessment Service – Saskatchewan
Comparative Services (ESC) – University of Toronto
Canada International Certification Assessment Service (ICAS) – Aniary AgriCentre
Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (ICC) – International Engineering Education Assessment Program (EAP)

3. Understanding the Canadian Labor Market – All developed and progressive countries comply with labor laws and standards, and Canada has established labor standards that define the requirements that Canadian employers must meet in their behavior toward employees. The main objective of the standards is to ensure that employees work in a safe and equal environment that meets the needs of employees.
4. How to write a resume with a Canadian employer – Employers in Canada expect your resume to meet the specified Canadian standard
5. How Your Career Reaches Interested Employers – There are many organizations in Canada to help newcomers and some of them provide employment assistance.
AKKAM Immigration and Allied Services now offer tools to start looking for a Canadian job long before you come to Canada after obtaining a Canadian immigrant (permanent) visa.