It is incredible but you said you will assume it is true which alludes to you thinking it was fabricated.My undertstanding is that you said you applied for 7 jobs, got 5 interviews and then 5 offers out of it. And you are a legal assitant. You also said there is no big demand for your line of work because there are a lot of qualified people in this field. When you add up these statements 5/7 and 5/5 sound truly incredible (to put it mildly). As if someone walked into casino and hit 5 jackpots after betting 7 times. I think it's reasonable to say that it sounds incredible, though I never said you lied. At least in theory it's possible to hit jackpot 5 out of 7 times, just the odds are not so high (ergo I said it's incredible).
As to my experience, if you look up the threads in this board (including the one I linked earlier) you will see that there are quite a lot of people who had similar experiences to mine and warned others not to come to Canada due to extreme difficulty of finding a job or finding only a survival job while having highly skilled credentials.
And, what deserves an attention on its' own, is the fact that I have a different personal experience in US. If I and my spouse as persons are a reason for a failure to land a job (and not Canadian job market as I suggest) , then how come we don't experience the same kind of stonewalling in the US?
I don’t know why you would tell me about yourself and wife as being the reasons not to land a job because I don’t see anywhere in my replies that blame you and your wife. Again, the only point I am making is that I am one of those who had a different experience. The people I know who have had the same experience as mine are not in these forums. The reason I am in this forum is only because it is aligned to my employment and I like learning.
We all have different experiences. My point and others from my understanding is that you keep generalizing the job market in Canada when there are a lot more people like me who did not experience such.