Please don't tell me what I can write in an "open forum".Jkal said:Your views are pretty negative and discouraging. Please do not dishearten others in a open forum like that. There have been one-off cases where ppl really struggled to get a job in Canada but there have been others also who got like a piece of cake. Like a coin, everything has 2 sides of it.
If i take your words, i should not see jobs in all the job portals.
Only if you qualify, have a work permit and a bit of luck.paulosebin said:I would like to take a doubt.
Canada, both government and companies are accepting Brazilians to work or the Canadian market is very closed to foreigners? What do you think?
Six sigma Certs are valuable anywhere in the world. However Canada does have some weird certification according my research. I came to USA with a lot of Certs but I looked into the manufacturing industry and one main obstacle I have is security clearanceVirleen said:My husband has a work experience of 4.5 yrs in the field of Quality, Lean & Six sigma in a Multi national bank.
He is an accredited ISO 9001:2008 Lead Auditor (Quality council of India), certified Six Sigma Green belt and is planning to do Six Sigma black belt certification from ASQ. We plan to immigrate to Canada by Jan'16.
- Will the black belt certification be useful in canadian market? Is is worth doing?
- What are the job prospects of such a role in toronto?
Try Craigslist, Kijiji etc for job postings. A lot of smaller shops will advertise in their windows so always worth a walk down a few streets. It also depends on her level of English, work experience etc.intl_student_canada said:Hi everyone
I am an international student at U of T and my wife is on an open work permit. Can anyone suggest or recommend and entry level customer service/ operations job for her in downtown Toronto.
Thanks for the help.