Will There Be Jobs For New Immigrants In Canada?

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Jobs for new immigrants in Canada. As the restrictions of covid are slowly being lifted and things getting back to normal. It will create more opportunities for the immigrants’ workers as they are now well above than the Canadian born workers in the work integrated environment than they were before pandemic had started. 

As of now, post-pandemic, Canada is facing a lot of labour shortage in every sector. And, this can only improve when they give more hours of work and hire more skilled people. Also, there has been drastic decline in Federal Skilled Workers from outside Canada via express entry.

Additionally, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’s most recent study states that mostly a lack of trained labour was holding them back from enhancing the economy of Canada. Labour shortage occurred due to lockdown and with that being lifted the economy will boost back up.

In the third quarter of 2021, Canada had over 913,000 employment openings. According to Desormeaux who is a senior economist at Scotia Bank. This was the largest number ever recorded for a single quarter. Considering the fact that Canada welcomed more than 400,000 immigrants in 2021. And, continues to plan on welcoming more immigrants in the next few months and coming years.

Where Are The Jobs?

However more immigrants do not necessarily mean less work opportunities. As of January 2022, the employment rate has increased by 7%. With that being said franchise stores like Dollarama and Walmart are also expanding their stores across Canada. This will be creating more job opportunities. Moreover, Canada is also seeing a rise in tech companies across Canada and they are having hard time to find matching skills.

Canada is also becoming a hub for new start-ups. Apart from this, Meta is also expanding across Canada. To begin with, you can find jobs in any of the renowned names such as Tim Hortons, McDonalds, IKEA, Loblaws, A&W, Uber, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Canada Post, Accenture, Marsh & McLennan, Deloitte, and many more. Most of the employers are having hard time to find talent from within Canada.

So, new and current immigrants coming to Canada. Here is our observation. Your future sure look bright in Canada with any of the skills available in this Universe, with lots of job opportunities. Keep applying and stay tuned with the latest immigration news.

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Kamal Deep Singh, RCIC (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant) licensed by CICC (formerly known as ICCRC) with member number R708618. He brings extensive knowledge of immigration law and new changes to rapidly evolving IRCC.