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wisernow   
Member since: Apr 04
Posts: 313
Location: 43° 54' N, 78° 6' W

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 12-05-04 16:37:03

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Orginally posted by dc291

HI SAMIR, I AM A PROSPECTIVE IMMIGRANT TO TORONTO.BY PROFESSION I AM A PHARMA REP.BUT I KNOW THAT IT IS DIFFICULT TO GET THE JOB IN MY OWN TRADE.YOUR ARTICLE AROUSE MY INTEREST TO A GREAT EXTENT. I AM B.Sc(BIOLOGY). CAN I START MY INITIAL CANADIAN CAREER AS A CONSTRACTION WORKER?CAN I GET ADMISSION TO A SHORT COURSE OF ANY CONSTRUCTION INSTITUTE?



Mishtar India - This is an example of what I was trying to bring to your kind attention.


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jake3d   
Member since: Sep 03
Posts: 2962
Location: Montreal

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 12-05-04 17:32:49

MI,
I dont think you should really feel responsible for anyone who makes a decision based only on something he/she read on a forum. I'm not sure that the fault of someone elses gullibility should lay on your shoulder. I do not think dc291 was one of these...he/she may explain better.

There is as much a danger of people assuming that Canada is absolutely worthless(which is the tone of a lot of posts) as there is of anyone thinking that it is the garden of eden( based on other posts).

I'm quite sure that most people will strive to find the balance. Then back it up with more research.

The info you have provided will indeed be helpful to people who are already here and are looking for a way out of their trying situations.


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dc291   
Member since: Apr 04
Posts: 8
Location: KOLKATA, INDIA

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 17-05-04 01:25:13

NOW I AM TRYING TO GATHER AS MUCH AS INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE.YOU CAN SAY IT IS SHORT OF BRAIN-STORMING.IN MY PROFESSION THE MAIN PROBLEM IS KNOWLEDGE OF FRENCH.IN PHARMA SALES PROFESSION(IN CANADA) KNOWING BOTH THE LANGUAGE IS CRUTIAL.ALREDY I HAVE STARTED LEARNING FRENCH.BUT IT IS NOT EASY TO MASTER THE RICH LANGUAGE WITH FEW MONTHS.THAT IS THE MAIN REASON I AM LOOKING FOR WIDER RANGE OF PROFESSION FOR INITIAL SURVIAL.IF ANY ONE CAN ADVICE ME FOR OTHER PROFESSIONS,WHICH I CAN CONSIDER AS A INITIAL PROFESSION,WILL OF GREAT HELP TO ME.



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