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Experiencing Canada for the first time Pt. 1

As you prepare to embrace your welcome to Canada, it is critical that you are as prepared as possible for your new and exciting Canadian experience. Over the next few weeks, we hope to highlight some of the key factors that will assist you in integrating into Canadian life. With this guide, there is no doubt that you will experience less confusion and have realistic expect…

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South Africa plans new e-visa system

Enoch Godongwana, South Africa's finance minister, has announced that the country's new e-visa system will go live in 2022. In his Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement on Thursday, November 11th, he stated that the now-completed system will be rolled out to 15 countries by March 2022, providing much-needed assistance to the tourism sector. More e-visas are expected to bene…

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Six South African Universities ranked amongst the Top 500 in the World

The 2022 Best Global Universities rankings, published by US News & World Report, includes a list of the top 13 tertiary learning institutions in South Africa, six of which are ranked among the top 500 in the world. The overall ranking includes 1,750 top institutions, an increase from nearly 1,500 last year, and is spread across more than 90 countries, an increase from…

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Fitter Jobs & Visa Opportunities in Australia

Many positions in Australia are currently unfilled due to a severe shortage of Fitters with two or more years of experience. Industrial recruiters Down Under routinely hire fitters from other countries for both short and long-term positions. Even if you do not have a job offer, you can apply for residency in these countries through the well-known Skilled Migration programm…

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Ontario's labour minister seeks more immigration, better working conditions

Ontario's labour minister, who also oversees immigration, is advocating for legislative changes to make the province a more appealing place to work. On October 25th, Monte McNaughton introduced the "Working for Workers Act." If it’s passed, it could result in significant changes for Ontario workers. The proposed changes announced last week for immigrants seeking to work i…

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Quarantine for fully vaccinated international arrivals will be abolished in Victoria

As Australia prepares to reopen, Victoria will eliminate quarantine for fully vaccinated international arrivals on November 1st, 2021. Daniel Andrews, the Premier of Victoria, confirmed the move on Friday, following Scott Morrison's announcement that Australia would soon ease travel restrictions with Singapore and Qantas' announcement that it would accelerate the resumpti…

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Canada employment regains pre-pandemic levels

Last month, the Canadian economy added 157,000 jobs, bringing the employment rate to within a percentage point of pre-pandemic levels. The employment rate is the number of people who are employed as a percentage of the population aged 15 and up. In September, Canada's employment rate was 6.9%, which was 0.9% lower than the February 2020 rate due to population growth. The…

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Auditor Jobs & Visa Opportunities in Australia and Canada

Many positions are currently unfilled in Australia and Canada due to a severe shortage of Internal and External Auditors with two or more years of experience. Auditors from other countries are routinely hired by finance recruiters in these two countries for both short and long-term positions. Even if you do not have a job offer, you can apply for residency in these countri…

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Australia could see a migration boom after the COVID-19 pandemic

As Australia rebuilds its economy following more than 18 months of COVID-19, a proposed influx of two million migrants over five years could be a "watershed moment in Australian history." Since Australia closed its international borders in March of last year, business and industry have faced a chronic labour shortage. This has prompted some leaders to call for the immedia…

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Record number of job vacancies for Canada in Q2

According to Statistics Canada's quarterly job vacancies report, Canada's job vacancy rate in the second quarter of 2021 was the highest on record. The job vacancy rate expresses the number of open positions as a percentage of all available jobs, both open and filled. The job vacancy rate in Canada was 4.6 percent between April and June, the highest since comparable data …

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