How to Find a Job in Canada as an Immigrant (Step-By-Step Guide)

So, how do you really get Noticed by Canadian Employers? Can you really diversify yourself from the vast pool of other overseas Candidates applying for the same vacancy?

We think that you can, but first things first:

Make sure you prepare a professional Resume that will focus on your details skills, credentials, and abilities that are relevant to the next rung of your career ladder
Your Resume (as we call it in North America) is the most important asset in getting the Attention of Canadian Hiring Managers

A poorly constructed resume or one that doesn’t place the proper focus on your abilities can very easily get you disqualified by The Canadian Hiring Managers.
Make sure you build a Professional Canadian Resume + Cover Letter
The CV, or the “Resume”, as we call it in North America, is the “Silent Salesman” for a job applicant, giving insight into the candidate’s unique abilities.

The professional resume attracts the attention of an employer by assuring them that you meet the requirements for their open position. It’s one of the most important tools in your job search.
Include your name and contact information at the top middle, left or right corner on the first page