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Work In Canada: How To Safely Find A Job In Canada If You Are Outside Of The Country

Updated: Feb 2, 2022

Are you looking for a job in Canada? Are you finding it difficult to navigate the process from abroad? Don't worry, we're here to help! In this blog post, we will outline some tips and tricks for finding a job in Canada safely and efficiently. Keep reading to learn more!

Do Your Research

If you're looking for a job in Canada, it's important to do your research first. Make sure you understand the process and what is required of you. This will help make the process smoother and less frustrating. And keep in mind that Canada is a NO PLACEMENT FEE country and you should not pay to find a job in Canada.

Use Reputable Resources

There are many resources available to help you find a job in Canada, but it's important to use only reputable sources. Otherwise, you may end up wasting time and energy on scams or illegitimate job postings. Stick with trusted sources like the government of Canada's job bank or licensed foreign worker recruiter to ensure that you're applying for a legitimate job vacancy.

Job Bank is a reliable source to find jobs in Canada as The Government of Canada runs it. Each employer that posts a job on the job bank website is verified by the ESDC, this process lessens any fraudulent job postings. Around 2000 jobs are posted daily by Canadian companies and employers looking for workers.

To find a job with Job Bank:

  • Use the search bar to search for a job with keywords or a job title

  • Search results will give you a preview of various job posts with details like the job title, work location, employer's name, date posted, employment type, working hours, and salary.

  • Apply to the job if it matches your qualification and skill set.

Registered Foreign Worker Recruiters

Some provinces in Canada require agencies that hire foreign workers for Canadian companies to be registered and bonded in the Canadian province they will be operating before they can hire foreign workers. Dealing only with a licensed foreign worker recruiter will protect you from getting scammed as these agencies have been verified by the Canadian province before they are issued a foreign recruiter license. Click the link below for the list of licensed foreign worker recruiters.

Get Accredited

For many foreigners who want to work in Canada, you'll have to get your past education and work experience certified to ensure that they are equivalent to Canadian education and experience. Follow these steps to get accredited:

  1. Create a job market report - You can use Job Bank for this as it tells you information about your job, such as primary duties, hourly wages, job openings, job description, training, and more.

  2. Find an occupational profile - You need to find occupational profiles with platforms like Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials and Alberta.

  3. Compare - Look into requirements needed to work in the territory you want to live in and compare them with your qualifications. This usually includes licensing, certifications, and registration.

  4. Contact a regulatory body - Contact the authority in your territory; they'll tell you the process of getting a license or certification.


Whether you are looking for a job in Canada or any other country, networking is brilliant to find new opportunities. Networking with the right people can help you find your first connections and introduce you to potential employers. Online presence on social media sites like LinkedIn and Twitter can also help you grow your network and find opportunities. LinkedIn is specifically helpful as it is a hub of recruiters, and having an engaging profile there can help you find potential employers.


If you've previous work experience, then you can ask your previous employer for a letter of recommendation. That's even better if your employer has ties with recruiters in Canada. You can also ask your relatives and friends in Canada to help you connect with potential employers.

In this article, we have outlined some tips and tricks for finding a job in Canada safely. We hope these will help you navigate the process from afar so that your dreams of working in Canada can finally come true! What are some other ways to find a Canadian work opportunity? Let us know in the comments below or reach out to our team on social media. Our experts would love nothing more than to hear from you!


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Ralf Fadul
Ralf Fadul
Feb 02, 2022

I'm a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Aircraft Maintenance and Technology. Without license. I have a wide experience in customer service. My brother and other relatives are in Canada. I would like to work in this country.


Frank Padilla
Frank Padilla
Feb 02, 2022

Im a industrial maintenance mechanic how to get a work permit in canada

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