Monthly Archives: October 2013

Canada’s skills gap continues to widen, according to study

According to a new study from global recruiting firm Hays PLC, which surveyed the skills gap in 30 developed countries around the world, Canada ranks ninth for the severity of its skills shortage, and its score deteriorated in the past year. Countries such as Japan, the United States, Germany and Sweden top the list in skilled worker shortage. The report highlights […]

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Canadian Immigration Strike is Over

The foreign service officers have ended their strike after reaching a tentative agreement with the Canadian government. This is good news for many international students, workers and others who have been in limbo, waiting for their visas to be processed. The agreement between the union representing foreign service officers and the Canadian government effectively ends one of the longest strikes […]

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