JOBMATCH User Experience

Are you recruiters?

No, our mission is to help you locating your dream job in the database based on your experience and unique set of skills, to lead you through the preparation process before you contact your potential employer, to help you getting your Canadian work permit, and finally assisting to design your path to PR.

Why some of the job postings don’t have the employer’s contact information?

Because some of the employers include their contact info in their job postings and some – don’t. HOWEVER, in the beginning of your job search you don’t really need their contact information unless you already have a perfectly fitted resume, you are ready for the remote interview in English or French, and you are fully aware of your eligibility for rigorous Work Visa application procedures.

Why your site is not helping Canadians?

Our original idea was based on vast legal practice and experience with Foreign Workers. Canadians have direct access to Job Banks and widely available employment support system. Hence, they are not under scrutiny to be processed under Immigration Laws of the Land. Therefore, we are assisting only those who cannot get any real help otherwise, being overseas and outside of general recruitment streams.

How do I pay for the packages?

Our payment system supports PayPal/Credit Card payments.

What is a difference between JobBank and JobMatch?

JobBank is a state-sponsored system created to publish job postings from Canadian employers and place requests for a job from potential employees. JobMatch is our proprietary system, created to help potential foreign employees to navigate JobBank and find a job fast.

Work in Canada

How can I find a job in Canada if I’m overseas?

It’s hard, but not impossible. Unfortunately, it’s not enough just to “find a job” on multiple generic jobsites. You have to be well prepared for the job interview, so you are fully capable to convince the employer that you worth the struggle to bring you to Canada, to get the valid Job Offer validated by the Service Canada. Finally, when all the above is behind and you holding your Job Offer, you must be eligible and suitable to get your Work Permit to relocate to Canada! JOBMATCH is your bridge to reaching this goal.

What specialities are in high demand in Canada?

The popularity of certain specialities varies in different provinces and even in different cities of Canada. Based on our practical experience, we observe that pretty much everybody can find a job based on existing set of skills and long enough experience.

Is there any difference in which Canadian Province I found a job?

Yes, due to regulatory settings and political structure, every Canadian Province has its own regulations, benefits (link) and set of wages (link).

What province is easier to get a job in?

Usually, the less populated and most remote Provinces have less strict requirements for their job postings.

Once I settle in Canada and receive my PR, can I relocate anywhere else in Canada?

Absolutely! Even though some Provinces making attempts to force people to stay, they all are parts of the Federal-Provincial agreements, and all are part of the Canadian constitutional system. It means every Permanent Resident/Citizen of Canada must enjoy a freedom of movement.

What Canadian employers are looking for in a resume?

That is up to every single Employer. Most definitely not everything you put in your original resume will be reviewed. For that purpose, we have the package #2, where we’ve consolidated all the information regarding creating a successful resume, based on the Canadian requirements and mentality.

What is a required English language level for working in Canada?

On average, the requirements may vary from 6-10 CLB level, which is equal to 5-7 IELTS test score.

Immigrate to Canada

What does NOC stand for?

NOC stands for National Occupational Classification. On our NOC page we combined the most crucial information about NOCs that you will need for your employment or immigration. Our exclusive tutorial video will lead you how to find your NOC and how to use this important tool in your job search.

Do you help to immigrate to Canada?

This is exactly what we do! Statistically, 86% of temporary foreign workers tend to obtain permanent residence in Canada. At this point many potential immigrants are not able to complete the process by themselves due to lack of legal knowledge, previous missteps with unsuccessful application or many other reasons. That’s why our JOBMATCH licenced, certified and insured immigration experts are here to help you to make your immigration process smooth and stress-free!

Can I immigrate, if I’m a low-skill worker?

Even if you are a low-skill worker, you still need a Canadian employer who is willing to hire you and start the LMIA process. That is your practical first step towards immigration.

For how long should I work in Canada in order to immigrate?

You need at least 1(one) year of Canadian full-time paid experience, unless you are already eligible for Express Entry.

Are there any age limitations for the immigration?

Technically no, but after age of 35 you are losing your points and need to work harder on your points based on language skills, education and experience.

What if I want to work as a self-employed, or run my own business in Canada?

Can you prove your experience as such? Then you are more than welcome to do that! Canada offers special immigration programs for people occupied in art, culture, and sport, as well as for those who wants to bring their successful business to Canada or open a new one here. For those candidates we have a special offer: Free Assessment and in-depth legal Consultation with 20%OFF of regular cost.

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