A strong growth record
A great place to invest, work, and live
Canada is one of the globally most multicultural countries with world-class universities, a universal health care system and clean and friendly cities in addition to having the second highest standard of living in the G-20, as measured by GDP per capita.
Aerospace, Automotive, Bio-products, Biopharmaceuticals, Business Services, Chemicals and Plastics, Digital Media, Financial Services, Functional Foods, Machinery and Equipment, Medical Devices, Renewable Energy, Software, Wireless Communications
More than 100 000 positions available in the job bank for Canada
Prepare to work in Canada
Finding a job in Canada can take time and may be different from finding a job in your home country. The fact that you have been accepted to come to Canada does not guarantee you employment in your preferred profession or any other profession. New immigrants can face some significant challenges when trying to get a job in Canada.
Your credentials may not be recognized
Education and work experience that you obtained in another country may not be equivalent to the standards established for Canadian professions and trades. Knowing how your credentials compare with those of someone trained in Canada for a similar job and the steps you need to take to qualify to work in Canada will help you better prepare to come to Canada and find a job.
Your language skills may not be sufficient.
Even if you have the language skills in English or French needed to immigrate to Canada, those skills may not be strong enough to work in your preferred profession.
Most professions and trades require you to be fluent in English or French and to have a strong knowledge of all work-related language.
You might need Canadian work experience
Canadian employers often do not know how to assess education and work experience from other countries. They might prefer you to have experience working in Canada. Getting that experience is one of the biggest challenges for newcomers.
Visa : Travel and Work in Canada
Make your dream of travelling and working abroad a reality! International Experience Canada gives you the information and resources you need to travel and work in Canada for up to one year.
You’ve always dreamed of spending a year living and working in Canada. Maybe you want to work at a ski resort in Banff… gain valuable work experience in the financial district in downtown Toronto… or do an internship entirely in French in Quebec City.
International Experience Canada (IEC) manages Canada’s youth mobility arrangements and agreements with different countries around the world. These arrangements and agreements make it easier for you to obtain a work permit to travel and work in Canada for up to one year.
Work permits under IEC are available to young people aged 18-35* who are from one of the countries that have a bilateral reciprocal youth mobility arrangement or agreement with Canada. Consult the list below for participating countries to see if your country of origin has a bilateral reciprocal youth mobility arrangement or agreement with Canada.
EU : Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom