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Tips to find your employer in Canada

In most cases looking for an employer would be necessary when applying for your Work Permit or Permanent Residency Visa., Job Bank and Craigslist websites are often used to find an employer. You may also want to contact recruitment agencies.
If you are already in Canada, one thing you can do is to expand your networking and connection, and lead to work. In Canada, it is said that the rate of finding work through networking is the highest.

I migrated to Canada alone and had a hard time finding a job at first. But I have found jobs in the past only in this way.

Example of how to do networking

  1. First of all, publicly say that you are looking for work for people around you. We do not know where the work comes from. Your social circle could include your family, friends, hairdresser who cuts hair, taxi driver, school teacher etc.
  2. Go out for networking events and seminars and sell yourself. Make business cards for job hunting.
  3. Go to a free company research seminar held at a library etc.
  4. Write down the top ten companies I want to go and decide to get a job at one of the companies in the list.
  5. Directly visit a company of your interest and hand out your resume in person.
  6. Take a phone call or e-mail to a company you are interested in and arrange an appointment with a person who is in charge of hiring.
  7. Informational Interview – Meet people who is a decision maker of hiring even though there is no job opening at that time. Ask questions such as what kind of experience should be taken to work in this field and ask them to contact you if there is space. While at the Informational interview, you’ll want to avoid seeming too keen for your role. Always keep in mind to gather any pieces of information/advice related to the field/background of your new job.
  8. Ask the person to introduce you a next person that you can meet.
  9. And lastly, do not forget to send a thank you email or follow up!


Finding job in Canada from IRCC website –


*Exception: there are cases that you can apply or a Work Permit or PR without a job in Canada

  • Qualify under an Open Work Permit e.g. Working Holiday Work Permit (age between 18 – 30 or 35 depending on the country)
  • Apply for a PR under the Family class
  • Obtain high score under Express Entry system and can apply for PR without an employer (how to calculate Express Entry points
  • Start business in Canada and apply for PR as an Entrepreneur

Please contact us if your case is applied above.

Yumi Ueda, LLB 【Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant】

埼玉県出身。法学部卒業。2003年カナダに移住。ブリティッシュコロンビア大学(UBC)移民法プログラム修了。カナダの様々な移民コンサルタント・弁護士事務所にて勤務。2007年より、大手法律事務所・Davis LLP(2015年よりDLA Piper LLPに統合)に勤務。2009年、カナダ政府公認移民コンサルンタントの国家試験に合格。2016年に移民コンサルタント事務所、YuPass Canada Immigration Inc.を設立。これまでに個人・企業を含め、世界28か国1,000人以上のビザ取得をサポート。Canadian Association Of Professional Immigration Consultants会員。
Originally from Saitama, Japan and immigrated to Canada in 2003. Graduated from the Immigration Practitioner program at University of British Columbia in 2005.  Worked at an immigration division of Davis LLP (integrated to the world’s largest law firm DLA Piper) from 2007 to 2016.  In 2009, passed the national exam of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), and became a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant.   Established YuPass Canada Immigration Inc. in 2016. Has experience with assisting over 1,000 customers from 28 countries. Member of Canadian Association Of Professional Immigration Consultants.

You will be assisted in obtaining your visas or permit by an Experienced Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant.

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