While both Canada and the United States were negatively affected by the 2008 recession, Canada has had much better luck rebounding and improving.
These connections ensure rural areas get the professional employees they need and help qualified people, like the ones assisted by Canadian Visa Professionals, find out about job opportunities they may not otherwise have known about. It’s a win-win for everyone involved.
Although Canada and the United States share one of the longest borders in the world, there are some big differences in lifestyles between the citizens of these countries, especially when it comes to the workplace.
Canada’s private sector currently has the highest number of vacant jobs ever due to a combination of a shortage of skilled workers and a growing economy
Canada is a popular destination for immigrants; however, most immigrants end up staying in the western provinces. Many immigrants only know of Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver and have little knowledge of the western half of Canada. However, the government has instituted a new program called the Atlantic Immigration Pilot in hopes to draw immigrants eastward […]