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  • en respuesta a: Peter. Malasia #216539
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    Sad to know about Peter’s story; but this is a more likely example for all prospective immigrants who believe in hard work.

    Immigrants are told in their first few years that their hardship is temporary, with their hard work and gained education/experience they would be enter into their career very soon.

    Then after many years hardship they eventually discover that they are trapped forever in their under jobs and it is already too late to return to their home country.

    I’m not saying always, but if you even get a local high class university degree chance is very high that you won’t get job (as Peter, me, and many others).

    Canada is traditionally a service based country and professional opportunities are very small, so nepotism plays above all. If you don’t have any personal relationship, then all of your qualifications are worthless.

    Read this paper; http://www.ccis-ucsd.org/PUBLICATIONS/wrkg20.PDF.
    You will find the facts about the educated people in Canada. How every year Canada loses many thousands of it’s own university graduates to the USA for ever. in 1996, there were even 120,000 illegal Canadians in the US.
    Do Canadians ever think why this is so? Did you ever think of any other 1st world citizens go illegal in another countries? How shameful it is!

    Now some started to believe that immigrants are facing problem in job finding (even still many think it is not true, they have plenty of jobs and immigrants are all making stories).

    However, all have the impression that it is because of immigrants foreign credentials. It is partially true, but the major underlying cause is Lack of Opportunities. How would recognition of foreign credentials help if there are many thousands applicants and always local graduates are available? This simple but black side is never discussed anywhere. Nobody feels to discuss about the locally educated unemployed guys.

    In Canada, you will be fighting for even a menial job and on the other hand have to listen "Severe Labor Crisis", "Industries are complaining", "Need to Increase Immigration Quota". Hard to digest. Such hypocrisy is only possible in Canada.

    Shah. Florida.

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    In Canada, you will be fighting for even a menial job and on the other hand have to listen "Severe Labor Crisis", "Industries are complaining", "Need to Increase Immigration Quota".

    In Canada, you will be fighting for even a menial job and on the other hand have to listen "Severe Labor Crisis", "Industries are complaining", "Need to Increase Immigration Quota".

    In Canada, you will be fighting for even a menial job and on the other hand have to listen "Severe Labor Crisis", "Industries are complaining", "Need to Increase Immigration Quota".

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