When applying for work in Canada, it is important to ensure that your CV is up to Canadian standards.
A powerful résumé is one that can clearly describe your achievements in such a way that you can confidently defend what you did, take pride in the fact that you produced the outcomes, and communicate to the recruiter the context behind you, personally, as an individual.
A properly, well thought-out résumé is an autobiography of yourself, while at the same time a road-map for recruiters to have an idea of what kind of person you are, and in the longer term, perhaps where you may end up fitting best in their organization.
Canada Abroad can assists prospective immigrants to Canada with converting their CVs into Canadian résumés, tailoring their LinkedIn profiles for the Canadian market and preparing them for Canadian interviews.
We have provided answers to some of the most frequently asked questions associated with drafting a Canadian résumé. This interview can be accessed for free via Spotify or the Canada Abroad Canadian Immigration Podcast.
Everything you need to know about Canadian résumés
Landing in Canada
It could be overwhelming landing in a new country and trying to settle in. This is why we’ve created this section to help you get started with all the necessities of setting up your new future.