What You Need to Know About the Canadian Job Market

August 26, 2022 10:00 AM Toronto Time

COVID-19 has shaken up the job market in Canada. While many industries have been hit hard, there are some that are experiencing growth. So if you’re planning to move to Canada, it’s important to know the latest information about the labour market. Register now for the live webinar and ensure that you are fully prepared for finding work in Canada during these uncertain times.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • Immigration updates about who can enter Canada and travel restrictions
  • What’s changed in the Canadian job market
  • What sectors and professions are growing or declining in response to COVID-19
  • What you can do to prepare yourself for the Canadian job market
  • Resources and services that can help increase your knowledge of the Canadian job market

Join David Frattini, Managing Partner, Prepare for Canada, as he shares his insights about what you need to know about the changing Canadian labour market.

This webinar is for you if you have any of the following documents:
  • Confirmation of Permanent residence
  • Canadian Visa pick-up letter
  • Request for medical examination letter
  • Passport request letter
  • Canadian visa
  • IRCC invitation letter to obtain pre-arrival services
  • Invitation to apply for permanent residence
  • Unique Client Identifier



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David Frattini

Managing Partner

Prepare For Canada



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