How do I get Canadian Work Experience?
Newcomers may face challenges finding a job in Canada. Statistics Canada identifies four labour market challenges faced by newcomers to Canada. One challenge is work experience.
Experience in a Canadian workplace may be a requirement or an employer preference, in both regulated and non-regulated occupations. It is useful for newcomers to present experience they have gained in another country as valuable to Canadian employers. This can be done in a resume. For more information, please visit the How do I Apply for a Job? section.
Volunteer work is an excellent way to gain Canadian work experience and it is unpaid. Volunteering can help you:
- gain practical knowledge of the Canadian workplace
- practise your English or French
- develop your Definition of network and access the Definition of hidden job market
- obtain Canadian Definition of references
- develop new skills
Canada’s national Job Bank offers links to volunteer opportunities and information about volunteering.
Part-time or Temporary Work
Canada’s national Job Bank provides links to opportunities and resources about part time work.
Organizations to Help You
There are hundreds of Definition of organizations to help newcomers adjust to life in Canada. These organizations can help you in many ways, including in your search for a job. For more information on organizations that help immigrants, visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Service Canada Web sites.
For a list of employment services in Québec, visit the Emploi Québec Web site.
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