well one my friend in Uk he got CSQ and he is Quebec i was talking to him he told me that its very hard to find a job
is it true and one of my friend said pr CARD is Quebec restricted
in my personal opinion, a lot of it depends on your profile. most of us here learn french for those 4 - 6 points. how many of us actually learn french for living in quebec ??
after reading a lot of posts here and other articles about quebec, i think that french is a big deal out there. if you can master it you have better chances of getting jobs.
another thing is that you're pretty much zero when you land. your educational qualifications arent recognised by companies. your previous experience is not considered. "no canadian experience" will be a frequent rejection reason.
but if you master french and are comfirtable to work in a francophone environment, then the chances
of securing a job are high. but doesnt mean there are no anglophones / anglophone jobs. there are plenty. but the competition for those limited jobs will be cutthroat!
as evident with the huge number of chinese/indians/filipinos applying for QSW. I bet 70% of them hardly speak french.
depends on a lot of factors Umer. Its going to be DAMN TOUGH on landing. scary even, but how you survive and then succeed will require careful planning and a truckload of luck.about restricted PR card
- That makes no sense. You are a PR on landing there. your friend most probably got it wrong.