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What is the job market like in Canada for international graduates?

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    Canada College

    Canada College

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    In fact, Canada is always looking for people to fill many job opportunities, the Canadian market is also open to international students. In the case of our programs, 90 percent of graduates from early childhood education will find a job within six months. In the case of business administration and commerce, 80 percent of our graduates will find a job also within six months.

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    University of Alberta

    University of Alberta

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    The job market in Canada is very diverse. For example, Alberta is known as Canada's Energy Province, with industries leading in oil and gas, energy, business, science and engineering. University of Alberta is ranked number two in graduate employment rate, which speaks to both the job market and opportunity for students to join a co-op internship and paid work experience programs to engage with the job market while they're studying.

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    University of Ottawa

    University of Ottawa

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    Hi, my name is Tia international mentor at a University of Ottawa. Here you are. What you can prepare for the job market by building your résumé in the Work Study Navigator. There you will get a great experience working on campus while completing your study. In addition, the university also offers a lot of volunteering opportunities. They're a great addition to your resume and we'll be recognized as working experience in Canada here.

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    University of Ottawa

    University of Ottawa

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    The job market in Canada for international graduate students is actually very good all across Canada in a variety of fields. One of the big benefits of studying in Canada is that after you graduate, you can be eligible for the postgraduate work permit program, which allows you to stay here in Canada and work.

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    University of Winnipeg

    University of Winnipeg

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    A Canadian province like Manitoba provides amazing opportunities for international student graduates. In Manitoba, there is even a dedicated stream for international students to stay and work and help us meet the needs of industry. Check out the Manitoba in Demand Occupations list at Immigrate Manitoba dotcom, where you're going to find more than one hundred different job areas that we need help in, everything from accountants and network technicians to graphic designers and psychologists.

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    Northern College

    Northern College

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    Labor market demanding North America or in Canada is very different from that of Asian countries or those American countries. Employers here, they put more emphasis on the applicant's practical work and experience related to that specific position or industry, as well as the hands on skills they already hand rather than the degree. If you have already have the practical work experience, it will be easier for you to find a job here.

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