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Job Assistance in Canada

How Nationwide Visas Will Help You For Job Assistance in Canada

Job Assistance in Canada

Having a job on the in-demand occupation list and getting a Permanent Residence (PR) Visa to Canada sometimes may not be enough. You may still have to struggle overseas to get the job of your dreams.

But don’t worry!

We know all about creating effective resumes, in Canadian style, and registering your work profile on the Canada Job Portal, to help and guide you get a good job and settle overseas with ease, without any worries.


  • Canadian Style Resume Creation

Canadian resumes are different from the Indian ones. So, it’s important that while applying for a job in the Maple Leaf Country, you follow the standard Canadian format and approach the local recruiters with it, for the best possible outcome.

Your educational credentials, work experience, references, contact numbers, etc., matter. And, so you need to highlight these and cover them well.

It also pays to mention any volunteer work you may have done in your profession in the work experience section. It doesn’t matter if it was paid or not.

Besides, several recruiters cross-check your profile through social media networks, and so it’s crucial to share details of your social and professional media presence on face book, LinkedIn, etc.

As mentioned earlier, we know how powerful resumes are prepared, tailor-made for the Canadian job market, and so prepare the resumes of our clients accordingly.

Our custom-made resumes–drafted by our expert resume writers, specializing in Creating Canadian style resumes–are sure to impress the Canadian recruiters.

Since a resume creates the first important impression on the recruiters, chances are high that you will be asked to come for an interview, and perhaps, for the job for which you may have applied.


  • Profile Creation for Job Bank Portal

We will create your profile for the Canadian Job Bank Portal, and register it on the portal while creating you Express Entry profile. Job Bank Portal is something like that we have here in India where you create your profile and then begin to apply for the vacancies advertised.

A strong and custom-made profile by our resume experts will ensure your profile get the maximum attention from Canadian recruiters and you don’t have to wait for long to land your dream job in Canada.



Though we offer all possible job assistance support to our esteemed clients–through various ways including creating Canadian style resumes and registering your profile with the JOB Bank Portal–we don’t guarantee that you will get a 100% job in the Maple Leaf Country in your chosen domain.

And, so under no circumstances shall Nationwide be held accountable for the unemployment of a client. Numerous factors could be at play, and a great deal may depend on your educational and professional background, and also the experience you could be having. Besides, of course, the existing requirements for the professionals like you in Canada.

However, it doesn’t mean you won’t do well as there are high chances that against the backdrop of you having received a PR Visa, post getting the CRS cut-off, and post being declared eligible for the Canadian job market, you will get a job soon overseas.

Since the Canadian Government has already reviewed your profile and found you qualified enough for the Canadian job market, it’s just a question of time before you would get a good job in your chosen field abroad.

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