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Students Associations Tell Canada to Remove Barriers to PSW

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Students Associations Tell Canada to Remove Barriers to PSWIn a bid to improve the immigration system for international students in Canada, the Canadian Alliance of Students Associations (CASA) presented recommendations to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration.

In September, Canada launched a study on migration challenges and opportunities for the country in the 21st century with CASA as one of the evidence providers.

While commenting, Adam Brown, chairman of CASA board, told the study committee that the Canadian government needs to get rid of administrative and regulatory barriers that may proof stumbling blocks for students seeking jobs and residence after graduation because international students are imperative to finding solutions to skill shortages.

CASA’s recommendations

CASA proposed a few key recommendations to the committee including; a six-month window after graduation to look for employment as well as internships and work experience program participation minus an additional work permit. They also advised that rules that hinder post-secondary staff from giving immigration advice be relaxed to provide room for flexibilities.

CASA board chair argued that it takes five months, on the average, to get a job in Canada after graduation hence the need for a longer window. He explained that the current window of 90 days (three months) given for getting employment after graduation is not realistic regarding current workforce situations in the country, let alone taking into consideration the life’s complications that could happen after graduation.

Mr. Brown also added that the requirements set for post-secondary staff to get a certificate that will permit them to give immigration advice are so high that many international students are not able to get migration information on campus. He said some institutions could not meet the commitment of time and resources required for the certification.

CASA believes that if these things are adjusted, international students will give more back to the system; hence Canada will be better off.

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Plenty of Skilled Indian Job Seekers Looking for a Job in Canada Over US

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Plenty of Skilled Indian Job Seekers Looking for a Job in Canada Over USA growing number of Indian job seekers are looking for work opportunities in Canada over the USA, with explorations for tech jobs heading the way, a recent study reveals.

Fluctuations in Job Searches for Canada and USA

Canada job searches share accompanied from India grew from 6 to 13 percent within Aug 2016 and Jul 2018, states the study by the successful job site, Indeed.

This equivalent period observed the searches share from India for employment openings in the US dropped from 60 to 50%, with Canada choosing up most of the dismissed interest.

This net 17% point narrowing in related search demand was simply the most significant swing among the nations we analyzed, Indeed states. The study observed at cross-border job researches from 58 nations over the two-year period, with a distinct focus on explorations aiming Canada and the USA.

With software developer, business analyst, data scientist, web developer, software engineer, Java developer, and data analyst thinking among the top 10 job explorations from India, the report told that rising interest in Canada could prove a benefit to the Canada tech industry.

Most Explored Jobs

RANKJOB TITLE
 1 Business Analyst
 2 Mechanical Engineer
 3 Software Developer
 4 Project Manager
 5 Web developer
 6 Data Scientist
 7 Java Developer
 8 Civil Engineer
 9 Software Engineer
 10 Data Analyst

 

The study announced the growth in searches might be partly due to both the booming tech scene in Canada and question about the US H-1B visa program, which the US administration President Donald Trump has hardened.

Citizens of India are by the far primary beneficiaries of the specialty professions visas, which several workers in tech and different S.T.E.M associated fields rely on to work in the US.

Canada, meantime, has increased path to temporary work visas for qualified skilled workers by the Global Talent Stream program and its Global Skills Strategy. Overall, the Indeed research revealed searches share in Canada increased in 41 of the 58 nations analyzed, and declined in the other 17 countries.

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