Cambridge area second-worst place in Canada to find a job: report

Adzuna, a United Kingdom-based online search engine company that’s expanding to Canada, claims Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo is the second worst metropolitan area in Canada to find a job. Of 45 cities and regions ranked, the number of “jobseekers per vacancy” in the local area was 73.4, second only to St. Catharines-Niagara at 99.9. James Maskell, the company’s […]

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Canada to Scrap Points System for High-Skilled Immigration

During the years of discussion and debate leading to the current drive to reform the U.S. immigration system, the experience of Canada has been held up as a model, especially in regard to its policies concerning high-skilled immigrants. For nearly 5 decades, Canada has admitted immigrants based on a points system—the world’s first—that gives the […]

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FSWP-learn about New Federal Skilled Worker Program

Starting 4th May, 2013, the accepting applications for Citizenship and Immigration Canada under Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) have been announced. The key selection factors under the modified point based system are indicated. In order to meet the requirements, it might take many days, weeks or sometimes months. Along with the requirements, the skilled workers […]

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