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partha
02-21-2007, 02:32 PM
hai
i am partha .do i get entry level graduate position in networking .i am living in united kingdom.i wiant to come to canada.how to apply for the entry level jobs living outside canada.people say that it is very diffcult to get job when your living outside canada

help please

thank you
regards

bongi
02-22-2007, 10:50 AM
hai
i am partha .do i get entry level graduate position in networking .i am living in united kingdom.i wiant to come to canada.how to apply for the entry level jobs living outside canada.people say that it is very diffcult to get job when your living outside canada

help please

thank you
regards

Yes you are right ; it is very difficult to get a job when you are not in Canada.

partha
02-23-2007, 08:12 AM
Yes you are right ; it is very difficult to get a job when you are not in Canada.

hai
can u suggest me how to search job in canada

please

Tsveta
02-23-2007, 09:46 AM
Hi you can contact recruiting agencies (http://jobagencies.ca/index.asp?p=1&sp=1)which may have positions in your field, you may go through the job offers (http://jobforum.ca/forumdisplay.php?f=16)on our forum and most important for your job search in Canada is to get an idea how to look for job. Read these job articles (http://jobagencies.ca/default.aspx?article=Working+effectively+with+Empl oyment+Agencies), they are really helpful for newcomers.
Do you have an idea what kind of job you are looking for?

partha
02-24-2007, 07:05 AM
Hi you can contact recruiting agencies (http://jobagencies.ca/index.asp?p=1&sp=1)which may have positions in your field, you may go through the job offers (http://jobforum.ca/forumdisplay.php?f=16)on our forum and most important for your job search in Canada is to get an idea how to look for job. Read these job articles (http://jobagencies.ca/default.aspx?article=Working+effectively+with+Empl oyment+Agencies), they are really helpful for newcomers.
Do you have an idea what kind of job you are looking for?

hai

i am looking for junior network engineer in canada.i am going to right xppro cretification and server 2003 cretification now i am an internaational student from india doing my masters in infornmation system living in scotland.



thank you

have a nice day


bye

lana
03-20-2007, 11:31 AM
Hi partha, did you have any luck so far?

Thanksandy
08-07-2007, 09:27 AM
Have you ever thought about going through BUNACs Work Canada scheme? There are programmes for students and non-students up to 35 years old, where you are issued with an Open Authorisation Visa (working visa), which will allow you to work in Canada for up to 12 months.

They may have used up their quota for this year, but if you can still apply for this year, you don't have to state what job or address you will have in Canada, as most people obtain work when they get there. You can also put in a projected date of arrival without being too specific/accurate.

I am going on the non-student programme and once I have had my visa issued, I hope to go out to Vancouver and Toronto and meet people in person, after I have sent out job applications, resumes etc stating I am coming over and have an visa enabling me to work for 12 months. After that, you will need to come back to the UK and apply for a work permit.