Hard to be skill workers in canada

@utsadetti (4593)
United States
December 10, 2006 8:47pm CST
My company tried to recruit skill workers to migrate or to find better jobs in Canada. We have a lot of candidates like Nurses, Oil Field techicians and engineers. Even teachers want to migrate there. But unfortunately, I find out that it's hard to fulfill the requirement to pass the assessment test. One of the hardest things is to get job offer (or employment letter from Canadian company). Do you have any idea to this problem?
3 responses
• Philippines
12 Dec 06
i think your assesment is just about right, even if you are a professioanal in your home country, you can end up being a blue-collar worker there if you are not accredited or something
@utsadetti (4593)
• United States
12 Dec 06
So, what's the best solution then, to broaden the chance of success for my people to migrate to Canada? I have so many queue in line who ask me for help, but I am hopeless to see only the black cloud in front of me.
• Romania
11 Dec 06
hy.no i dont have any ideea...but i have a problem!!! i want to go to work somewre out of the country,im from romania and i would like to go out of the country to work can you help me pls?
@utsadetti (4593)
• United States
11 Dec 06
Hi lol, nice to meet you. Since I've been dealing with these kind of sending skills workers outside my country (Indonesia), It seems interesting if I can welcome you to work in my country. Of course if you will. Anyway, what kind of job you prefer to take and what kind of qualification you have. Sorry to ask for a bit details of you.
@totnakish (141)
• Philippines
17 Jan 07
I have a suggestion for you to be able to work in canada the easier way. first you must have a relative working and canada and give your resume to your relative to find worthy employer that will give a letter to canadian embassy in your place to issue a working visa to your passport, then yll fin it easier to go to canada.