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Canada’s second largest city, Montreal provides its residents with affordable good living. The hip, stylish city boasts a student population of 100,000 bringing to it youthful innovation with its mix of artist, filmmakers and designers.

A highly tolerant population of French and English speakers, coupled with the low crime rate and strong environmental policy truly elevate the standard of living in Montreal to above that of most other cities.

To gain a work visa for Canada is a straight forward process under their Skill Worker Program for English and French speakers. In addition working holiday visas are available for people aged 18-30. Having a job already lined up puts you at an advantage when your work visa is being processed.



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How does work? helps you get the ball rolling.

We have a network of Recruiters, HR Managers & Company Directors for each city.

Many of whom are specifically providing vacancies abroad.

1 You complete a brief registration process to provide the key
information about you and your international job requirements.

2 We will then provide you with a list of all the Recruiters, HR
Managers & Company Directors that would be interested in you.

3 We then send your details electronically to all the Recruiters, HR
Managers & Company Directors.

4 If you feel you would like some professional advice on your
application, we can carry out a full review and make the necessary

5 If you are short of time, we can also chase your registration up
with the most suitable recruiters and provide their feedback to you.

6 With a solid application, a targeted approach and a thorough
follow up, you stand a great chance of securing job interviews and
obtaining a fantastic job offer.

7 The whole process can take up to 4-8 weeks, so get it started now
and have us work on it while you continue with your current job.

You can also check out international job vacancies in Sydney & Honolulu.

How Does The Recruitment Process Work?

Once you have been short listed by a potential employer you will first have a telephone interview.

Depending on the seniority of the job that you have been selected for you will be flown over for a face-to-face interview.

This will also be your opportunity to research your new city in more detail.

If you successfully pass the interview(s) you will be offered the job.

You then can start salary package negotiations.

Usually, if an employer is relocating you, they will pay for:

  • Flights to the new city.

  • Some part or all of your accommodation costs.

  • Or your hotel costs while you search for accommodation.

  • Your visa.

  • Your dependants’ visas.

  • In some cases a commuting allowance is paid.

  • Medical insurance.


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