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Reasons to work in Canada​

Did you know that, in Canada, there is a lack of qualified labor and, therefore, the country has been recruiting professionals from other countries, including Brazil? As a politically and economically stable country, Canada attracts many international investors, which has generated many qualified job openings, that is, those that require at least a technologist-level education.

Canada needs to recruit talents in the next 10 years and Brazil is one of the priority countries in terms of attracting labor. 

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Useful information for workers

Full time workload

30 hours a week (minimum)

average salary

4,500$ / month

Minimum wage

12$ to 16$ per hour

Paid vacations

2 weeks (minimum)

employment contract

Flexible hours

Reimbursement Fees

No provision in law

pension

Public + Private (optional)

Maternity leave

1 year

job market in canada

One of the main reasons why foreign professionals decide to immigrate to Canada is the opportunities that the job market offers.

Canada has a very low unemployment rate and is a victim of its success in managing the economy, which has generated a demand for qualified professionals that is greater than the domestic market can offer. The only solution, then, is to hire in other countries.

A proof of this is the visa program for skilled workers, the international recruitment missions and the platforms, subsidized by the government, with places aimed at foreign audiences.

In other words, you can participate in a selection process from your home country and immigrate to Canada with a job in your area.  

Some of the professions in high demand in Canada

Programmer

Software engineer

aerospace engineer

Electrical engineer

2D/3D Graphic and Animation Designer

video game designer

IT Project Manager

Product Manager (Product Owner)

Nurse

nursing technician

heavy industry mechanic

Welder

Business development manager

Receptionist

Counter

Financial analyst

Driver

* Data from 2020.

Cost of Living in Canada

The cost of living in Canada varies greatly by city and region, so it is important to analyze which city is best for you, both in terms of lifestyle and the job market, in order to define financial planning.

Most foreigners prefer to settle in big cities like Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa. However, it is also worth considering smaller cities that might be in line with your profile, as the countryside also offers excellent professional opportunities and a lower cost of living.

Below, find average amounts of some of the top expenses to help you with your financial planning in Canada.

Some components of the cost of living in Canada

Monthly rent: 500 - 2000$

Internet: 50 - 100$

Electricity: 20 - 100$

Monthly public transport: 80 - 125$

Monthly supermarket per person: 200 - 300$

Monthly cell phone: 35 - 80$

If you plan to live and work in Canada, one of the first steps is to decide which type of visa is right for you.

In Canada, it is only possible to work legally with some type of work visa, since the country is very strict in its migration rules.

Visas to work in Canada

If you plan to live and work in Canada legally, the first step is to decide which visa is right for you.

Brazilian citizens need a visa for tourism travel to Canada.

When traveling with the intention of settling in the country, it is necessary to check the requirements for immigrating to Canada.

Canadian Visa Types

Temporary Residence Permit (TRP)

TRP visas allow you to live in Canada for up to 6 months, and can be single-entry or multiple-entry. These are some of the types of TRP visas: student visa, temporary work visa, holiday work visa, tourist visa.

Permanent Residence Permit (PRP)

PRP visas, also called immigrant visas, allow a person to become a permanent resident of Canada. The easiest way to qualify for a PRP visa is to be a skilled worker with a profession you are looking for in Canada. These are some of the types of PRP visas: investor visa, permanent work visa, Entrepreneurship program, Family Sponsorship program.

Points I must consider

What is it like to live in Canada

As it was a British and French colony, historically most immigrants arrived in Canada from Europe. Over the years, the scenario has changed and currently most immigrants who move to Canada come from Asian and South American countries, which results in an extremely multicultural country.

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Advantages of living in Canada

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promising economic scenario

In addition to having a very low unemployment rate and excellent job opportunities, Canada is expected to recruit workers from other countries in the next 10 years.

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Public and education system

Health is free and the hospital system is state-of-the-art, offering state-of-the-art treatments. Education is free up to high school and the government and universities offer incentives for studying in higher education.

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Public security

Canada is one of the safest countries in the world, with very low levels of crime. Controlled use of weapons and extremely effective police force.

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