High demanding jobs in Nova Scotia due to the Covid-19 pandemic | The coronavirus pandemic resulted in an increased demand for some particular jobs in Nova Scotia. A government study released by Canada highlights those jobs that were impacted by the pandemic in Nova Scotia.
The Canadian visitors carry on with having work permit access | Canada announced the extension of a coronavirus-related measure that allows visitors permission for obtaining jobs. It is extended till February 28, 2022. Temporary residents of Canada, having valid visitor status could apply for the permission of employer-specific works within Canada since August 24, 2020. Since the workers in Canada with visitor’s visas cannot change their status without having left the country, this change is meant to be a temporary regulatory one.
High demanding jobs in Quebec amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. The globally affected coronavirus had an eminent role to play in Quebec’s job sphere. Some occupations have been more in-demand as compared to others. According to a case study released by Canada, many jobs have been affected negatively due to the Covid-19 pandemic. A significant population was dismissed from their jobs and were unemployed. Jobs such as those of retail salespersons, cooks, and administrative assistants witnessed such a negative impact.
As of May 6, six new immigration streams were launched for international graduates and essential workers so many of the international graduates were hoping to get some benefit from English speaking. Canada has introduced these streams to invite about 90,000 additional international graduates and essential workers to apply for their permanent residence in Canada.
As many Canadians are now receiving COVID-19 vaccinations, so might be the correct time to check what safety measures should be taken to safely reopen the border so as to restart international travel in Canada. As per the sayings of Patty Hajdu, the health minister of Canada is looking forward and might come up in the form of certification which will allow the Canadians who are Vaccinated to travel.
Canada on May 6 is launching six new PR streams at 12 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) for the essential workers and the international student graduates who are currently living in the country. About 90,000 spots for immigration will be available. The information provided in this article is based on the technical briefing by IRCC that was held with the immigration representatives on the dates April 21, April 28, and May 4.
The recent Statistics, as per the Canada report, examine how immigrated candidate’s employment rates and wages are compared to the workers born in Canada has over in the past two decades. Before the pandemic period, the gap in the performance of the Canadian immigrant labor market between Canadian citizens and the immigrants either was closing or might be remaining steady.