How to Find a Job in Canada: Common Problems and Effective Solutions
Written by Efim Cheinis and Dale Sproule.
Published by Oxford University Press, 2008.
|Quite often, newcomers expectations of the
Canadian job market and job search are unrealistic. How to Find a Job in
Canada is a complete job guide that addresses topics from a newcomers
perspective, such as resume writing, composing cover letters, and interviewing
techniques. The book also features topics that are specific to immigrants
concerns, including pre-arrival preparation, survival jobs, and newcomer
Written by Efim Cheinis, once a newcomer himself from Russia, and Dale Sproule, owner of the Canadian Newcomer Magazine, this second book in the Canadian Newcomer Series deals with all aspects of the Canadian job hunt as it relates to newcomers.
How to Find a Job in Canada will assist:
Also from the Canadian Newcomer Series:
Arrival Survival Canada: A Handbook for New Immigrants
You're Hired ... Now What?: A Immigrant's Guide to Success in the Canadian Workplace
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