Lack of Canadian experience forcing many to start on lower rungs of the employment ladder

Brian Bloom

Thousands of highly-skilled IT professionals come to Canada every year, hoping to land a top job in their field. But unfortunately, some begin their Canadian careers at Tim Hortons instead.Technical skills are, generally speaking, universal. But a common problem newcomers encounter when searching for their first job is their lack of Canadian experience. Oleg Dolghii, a 32-year-old immigrant from Moldova, worked as an IT manager for a large financial company back home.  He had high hopes for his new professional life in Canada. As far as he was concerned, his qualifications spoke for themselves. 

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Source: Canadian IT News

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