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  • #208929
    silval
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    Alguien ha visto los anuncios de television o impresos de make-it-right.ca? Es parte del Toronto Regional Immigrant Council. Que les han parecido?
    Pregunto porque nunca habia visto una campaña de este estilo en Canada.

    #208930
    Invitado MQI
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    yo puse este link en el foro de discovervancouver:

    [url]http://www.triec.ca/pics/License_med.jpg[/url]

    #208931
    Invitado MQI
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    Los comerciales estan buenos y muestran la realidad, ojala y ayuden pero el problema no esta tanto en racismo como dicen, sino en mi humilde opinion es en que no hay suficientes empleos, como dice en el articulo que publique

    Ms. De Bonis said that, since the loss of her job at HBC, "I have ridden the same roller coaster that all middle-aged, tech-savvy and well-educated Canadian professionals are experiencing . . .There are not enough jobs to support the professional talent pool."

    Si hay tanta gente buscando empleo y el que contrata se encuentra con dos personas con las mismas caracteristicas a quien contrata a el canadiense o al inmigrante recien llegado?, por supuesto al canadiense pues tiene referencias que se pueden corroborar, es cuestion de logica. Ahora mi pregunta es para que quieren mas inmgirantes en canada si no hay empleos???. Dicen que los baby boomers se retiraran y habran empleos pero cuando?? Ademas 200000 inmigrantes al ano, es una cifra demasiada alta en mi opinion. Ahi les dejo el interrogante….

    #208932
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    Ms. De Bonis is facing a problem that unfortunately has affected millions of people across America, and for what I read in the above link I see what the problem is. Being middle age is a bad as being fat, inmigrant or old for that matter and don’t forget that discrimination has many faces and this is one of them.
    I think that more than discrimination itself our biggest problem is the outsourcing of jobs to countries in South East Asia and other regions in the world where multinationals are getting more profit for their money besides the many incentives that local goverments are offering to big companies to establish their plants leaving Canadians/Americans and their inmigrants in a daily struggle or fight for leftovers (jobs).
    Baby boomers are indeed retiring but for each of them exiting the labor market 10 jobs are being transfered to other countries where these companies are basically paying 10 workers (professionals) for the price of 1 in Canada or the U.S.A., if you take for instance a salary of a Chemist close to retire which might be around the mid 6 figures a year plus benefits (add 35%) for the average benefit cost to employers you will soon realize that it’s more profitable to tranfer that job somewhere else and hire 10 people.
    I’m of the firm opinion that all these free trade deals done across the globe are actually affecting people like you and me and the one thing that has kept key jobs in industrialized countries is the IP (Intellectual Property) problem that countries like China, India, Taiwan and etc. haven’t been able to resolve (for our fortune) but once all these problems can be fixed in a Int’l court of commerce then be sure that our problem will be nothing compare to what you see now.

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