Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot: Canada Introduces New Immigration Streams
Did you know the government of Canada recently introduced a new Federal Pathway for permanent residence? The newly opened pathway has two immigration streams for skilful refugees and displaced individuals included in the Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot.
There are two streams catering to different types of candidates. One is suited to candidates with job offers from a Canadian employer. On the other hand, the second stream is for highly skilled refugees who don’t have an employment offer/contract.
New Federal Pathway Implications
Employers can hire candidates for the following vacancies;
- Web designers
- Software engineers
- Long-term caretakers
- Nurse aides
- Personal support workers
- Mechanical and electrical engineers
- Logistics and warehouse workers
- Tourism and hospitality workers
- Truck and delivery service drivers
Lucky for you, the longer the list, the better prospects you have of finding the job best suited to your qualifications and work experience.
In the end, it should be noted that the new pathway offers a streamlined application process. As a result, applicants enjoy reduced processing times and faster decisions.
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