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Hello Everyone,

I would like to know how are the Job Opportunities in Canada for myself and my husband in our respective fields. I am presently having 7 years of work experience in supply chain. I am presently working for Mercedes Benz Research and Development India in Bangalore and my husband is working as SAP HCM Consultant at NTT data global delivery services and has 4 years of experience in the related field and total of 10 years of experience. We would like to move and settle in Canada and also are there any job consultancies which would help us out. Suggestions would be really helpful.

Thanks and Regards,
Naina


 
pnaina88

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Post ID: 236253 10-11-17 15:45:25
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Full House
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Please keep track of the NOC Numbers and the category of Immigrants they are...

Please keep track of the NOC Numbers and the category of Immigrants.., they are seeking since the Express entry system started. They do post the same and repeat them over again. So, it becomes easy for those who are looking for suitable posts to match their current Job description they hold in their search to the NOC numbers and the level at which they want the new Immigrants to have suitable experience to apply to get in.

Each N.O.C. Number gives the proper job description with required experience to get in.

It has become a lot easier for well qualified people with good experience to get into Canada. Also Canadian Immigration says that they will be taking in a lot more of them. It is my guess that it will surpass 300,000 new Immigrants totally, in the coming years.

Since there are a lot of well experienced and qualified people there in India and with good knowledge in English language, (French) I am sure many more will get a chance to get into Canada as time progresses.

I can only search a few of the websites and come up with a few of the postings for a few of the CV's that I do receive in my posts and PMs to help people settle down. Like wise the Immigration Department keeps track of the attrition rates, retirements, and the projected demands monthly and also yearly and then post their requirements in the NOC format for Express entry. Their postings carry a lot of weight and it is comprehensive and they are in the know how much deeper than the few jobs that I can search and post to you or any consulting firm can help you find a suitable posting with your CV in mind. Don't forget that a person currently employed and working up the totem pole,(the ladder) has a better chance as he has a better handle of the current situation within the company and you can only make an entry into that company at a level they can post you initially, even though your qualification and experience might merit a higher ranking post with a better salary. Most of them are tight fisted.

Hence my request to you to keep a running account of the NOC numbers that they post and call for the new applicants for each of the numbers. They close them out as and when they find the suitable candidates.

So, please dig a little deeper into the NOCs in their postings and the quantum of people they post as their requirements at each draw.

Hope this helps you in your search.

FH.
https://www.glassdoor.ca/Salary/NTT-DATA-Salaries-E7649.htm
https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Ntt-Data-Services/reviews?fcountry=ALL&fjobtitle=SAP+Consultant

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Originally posted by pnaina88

Hello Everyone,

I would like to know how are the Job Opportunities in Canada for myself and my husband in our respective fields. I am presently having 7 years of work experience in supply chain. I am presently working for Mercedes Benz Research and Development India in Bangalore and my husband is working as SAP HCM Consultant at NTT data global delivery services and has 4 years of experience in the related field and total of 10 years of experience. We would like to move and settle in Canada and also are there any job consultancies which would help us out. Suggestions would be really helpful.

Thanks and Regards,
Naina





 
Post ID: 236257 14-11-17 05:51:36
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MITRON
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Job consultancies and Immigration agents are a joke. Besides taking your money, they won't do much.

You are and will be on your own, when you come here. The initial couple of years will be a long and hard struggle both professionally & personally & culturally & weather/climate wise.

Without some kind of Canadian education/experience its hard to get anything in Canada. Indian education & experience doesn't have much value over here, you are pretty much starting from scratch & Zero. You will find it out the hard way after coming here.

Lot of racism & discrimination is there by Canadian employers. Initially you will have to get low level jobs like watchman, retail store clerk, McDonalds, Burger King, delivery guy, warehouse jobs, factory jobs.

If you are lucky, you might even get a job in your field at a lower level. Say you have 10 years experience and a Project Manager, you might get a job as a low level clerk in your field. That would be a bonus. at least you are in your field ! But I guarantee you, you will NOT have the same position and same level job as back home, it will be a few notches down.

But give it a shot, if you still want to. Worse come to worse you can always go back, when things don't work out. Some go back after taking citizenship & some much before or some move to USA.
Choice is yours.


 
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down-to-earth advice by Mitron.

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MITRON
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Quote:
Originally posted by pnaina88

Hello Everyone,

I would like to know how are the Job Opportunities in Canada for myself and my husband in our respective fields. I am presently having 7 years of work experience in supply chain. I am presently working for Mercedes Benz Research and Development India in Bangalore and my husband is working as SAP HCM Consultant at NTT data global delivery services and has 4 years of experience in the related field and total of 10 years of experience. We would like to move and settle in Canada and also are there any job consultancies which would help us out. Suggestions would be really helpful.

Thanks and Regards,
Naina



If you have a good social life in India, like close friends & family & colleagues, don't bother coming here. You will NEVER be able to replicate that over here. Money is not everything, & the money ain't that great here either after high taxes. Not much savings here at the end of the day. This is NOT USA or Middle East, where you can save much money at the end of the day.

You might not miss India as a country, but you will definitely miss your close friends & family after coming here. You will mostly have superficial and shallow & materialistic friends & co workers over here.

You won't have any White, Chinese or Black friends over here, you will have them as co-workers or neighbour's but not as friends. You will mostly hang out with Desis like you, who are also immigrants like you.

Heck even the Indians who are born & brought up over here, will kind of stay away from you & look down upon you - so why blame the Whites ?

The better roads, infrastructure, less traffic, less pollution, less population, cleaner air. free medical in Canada WON'T replace any of the above things you have in India.

India will always feel like home at end of the day and in Canada you will free like an outsider or even a second class citizen in most cases.

If something happens between you & a White guy & the cops are called on the scene - almost always they will go with the White guy & won't hear your side of the story.


 
Post ID: 236263 14-11-17 13:14:55
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MITRON
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A friend of mine was involved in a minor accident. He was hit by a White guy. The White guy started shouting, screaming, yelling at him & verbally abusing him, although it was his fault.

The desi called 911 & the cops arrived on the scene. The 2 racist cops were very condescending and rude and arrogant with the desi. While they were laughing & joking around with the White guy.

They told the desi to shut up & made a false report that he was at fault & told him you are lying & YOU people are like this & like that.

Later on the White tow truck driver screwed him & the Insurance company afterwards. All this because of the White cops & the White dude who hit his car.

When you are brown & black, the authorities & cops & CBSA - Border guys never give you the benefit of doubt and always assume you are guilty and you have to go out of the way to prove you are innocent.

But if you are White, you are assumed & presumed to be innocent. White privilege definitely exists in this country, I have witnessed it many times both professionally & personally.


 
Post ID: 236264 14-11-17 13:30:03
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MITRON
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I once saw , a well dressed Sikh senior citizen, who was just sitting in a mall by himself.

Then I saw a minimum wage stupid White mall security guard, who started shouting at him and asked him to get lost. He said you can't sit here, get out. Meanwhile lot of other people were sitting in the mall, yet he chose to single out this guy for no reason whatsoever.


 
Post ID: 236265 14-11-17 13:35:02
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MITRON
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Racism & discrimination in Canada is very subtle & under the radar . You won't even know what happened was racism & discrimination until later on.

This is right from being rejected at a job interview, to going looking for a rental apartment, to going shopping for a big ticket item like car, to going to a bank for a mortgage :)


 
Post ID: 236266 14-11-17 13:37:50
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Hi All

Right now there is a good demand in IT for the following skills especially in the GTA market,

Front end developers, Angular JS, JSON,
Automation - build/ deve automation
Devops
Test Automation
Selenium tool for test automation
Mobile
Data warehouse, big data,

basically somethng with a speciality. normal roles are fading out fast.

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Post ID: 236267 15-11-17 12:11:06
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If any FOOL takes a decision based on a single poster who is lonely as hell and went back due to failures than this fool gets what he deserves

Lets see what most successful Global Indian who hauled crores of Rs from here has to contribute.


 
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