Additionally, the month of June saw a reduction in the workforce who work fewer hours than their usual from 34.3% to 26.9%. While employment opportunities in Ontario grew by 378,000 positions- 5.9%, Quebec saw a growth of 248,000-6.5%. What’s more. British Columbia also had 118,000-5.4% job creation. Wouldn’t the reopening and lifting of restrictions offer greater opportunities for you whether a Canadian national or permanent resident?
It is good news for all foreigners who are also looking to migrate to Canada but are still in their motherland.
The Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) have made all migration programs like the express entry continue with the normal applications. You have a reason to be optimistic as all programs are now accessible. For instance, the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) and the Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC) have returned to normal operations.
Additionally, you don’t have to worry about holding back from taking part in the migration programs due to the coronavirus pandemic. What does this mean for an immigrant? The IRCC it’s holding draws for certain migration programs like the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) program.
What if you are an immigrant who seeks better job alternatives? Here’s the good news- with a permanent residence, you will have a greater job market if the latest jobs statistics are anything to go by. Have confidence in pursuing your application for permanent residency even when you are abroad, the job market in Canada is growing by the day.