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How to find a Canadian job offer for Express Entry


How to find a Canadian job offer for Express Entry

There are many ways to search for a Canadian job offer. But, before starting your job hunt, you have to make sure you’re prepared for the Canadian job application process. Follow these simple steps to prepare yourself and get the best possible chance of finding a Canadian job offer:

Step One: Format your CV by Canadian standards

Canadian employers expect a specific format for CVs (also called resumes). There’s a good chance that the format might differ from your home country. Check our guide on how to format a Canadian resume to make sure you’ve got it right.

Step Two: Write a cover letter Canadian employers will love

Most employers in Canada expect job applicants to include a cover letter with their initial application. If you don’t include a cover letter, or if you use the format, you might be losing out. Make sure you consult our guide on writing a Canadian cover letter.

Step Three: Ensure you’re using LinkedIn to your advantage

LinkedIn, the social networking site for working professionals, is used by many employers to fill open job positions. Check out our tips on how to make sure that you’re making LinkedIn work for you.

Step Four: Apply for the right jobs

Take the time to find positions that fit your experience and to craft a standout application. In order to find job positions we suggest starting out by checking the Moving2Canada Jobs BoardAfter creating an eligible Express Entry profile, you will receive a job seeker validation code that will allow you to register your profile with the Canadian job bank. As well, many Canadian jobs are advertised using job boards and social media like Indeed, LinkedIn, and Ziprecruiter. 

Please be aware of fraud when looking for a Canadian job. There have been many instances of hopeful immigrants being scammed by fake companies extending fraudulent offers of employment for Canadian immigration. A legitimate employer will never ask you to pay for an offer of employment and cannot legally ask you to pay immigration fees related to your job offer. If you are ever concerned about the legitimacy of an offer of employment, please consult with an immigration expert.

How do I know if my Canadian immigration job offer is real?

You may have heard that some unscrupulous people and organisations issue “fake” job offers to Canadian immigration hopefuls, typically for a fee. You should never pay anyone for a job in Canada.

There are a bunch of other red flags that should make you consider whether or not a job offer is legitimate. One of our recommended Canadian immigration consultants, Deanne Acres-Lans from Canada Abroad, elaborates on how to spot a Canadian immigration job offer scam in this great video:


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