The Canadian economy is on a steady rise leading to a thriving job market. . There are extensive labour protection and minimum wage laws. along with an enviable quality of life index, Canada is one of the best places to work in.
Careers that are highly sought after are in the sector of-
- Medical and allied services
- Human resource
- Nursing and paramedical services
- Information security analysis
- Marketing analysis
- Tourism and hospitality
Part-time work opportunities
To earn some extra cash on the side, students are eligible to work on and off-campus. The permission is granted for:-
- 20 hours in a week during the study sessions
- 40 hours in a week during holidays and no classes period.
- Internships and volunteering are allowed beyond the specified hours.The Youth Employment Strategy focuses on three streams: Skills Link, Career Focus and Canada Summer Jobs.
- Bachelor degree holder can stay for 12 months.
- An ordinary degree holder is permitted for 6 months only.
Stamp 1 G is valid only for the given time period and is not renewable.
For off-campus jobs
- You need a valid study permit and should be currently studying
- You should be a holder of a social insurance number (SIN)
- You must be registered at a designated learning institution (DLI) at the post-secondary level or be enrolled in the Quebec programme
- You must study an academic, vocational or professional training programme that finishes in a degree, a diploma or a certificate
If you plan to work on-campus, you won’t be required a work permit or a social insurance number (SIN), and you can also exceed the 20 hours/week limit during semesters