Most international employees who explored careers and job possibilities in Canada were required to apply for a work visa with the Canadian government. For some, the process was a walk in the park and for others, it was a rather rocky road to entering the Canadian workforce. But that shouldn’t stop you. Given the fact … Read more
Express Entry is Canada’s fastest and most popular immigration program. Launched in 2015, the Express Entry system manages applications for three of Canada’s main economic immigration programs: the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP), and Canadian Experience Class (CEC). The Canadian government has set a target to welcome nearly 80,000 new permanent residents through its Express Entry system in 2021.
The Canadian Express Entry program, which began in 2015, is a method for managing multiple immigration applications. Any person wishing to live in Canada while doing a full-time job can apply for one of three types of immigration programs, which vary depending on the country’s economic base.
For the purposes of Canadian immigration, full-time work is defined as 30 hours of paid work in a week. Working for six hours a day, five days a week is considered a full-time job. A six-day workweek with five hours each daily shift is also considered full-time work.