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As per the Statistics Canada Labor Force Survey for November 2018, there was an enormous increase in employment. In November the employment growth registered a great monthly increase. Employment figures in Canada show an increase of 94,000 jobs and the decrease in unemployment was 5.6% which is a record.

Substantial employment gains

Also there were employment gains in Alberta and Quebec. Moreover, there more jobs in professional, technical and scientific services, as also in social assistance and healthcare. Even the business and building sectors and support services registered an increase. Owing to the old age patterns of the working population in the country the government aims to increase the arrival of qualified workers in the country. Additionally the trend is of Jobs opening up, and unemployment remaining low. The job increase in Canada is matching with the immigration targets also.


In the EE system the candidates get a ranked by using the Comprehensive Ranking System. Their competitive level is determined by CRS score for receiving an invitation to apply seeking a PR. A job offer is not necessary for applying in Express Entry, but when the candidates earn it they get additional 50-200 CRS points the points make difference to the score. Moreover this makes an application highly competitive.


Jobs are very important in many PNPs in Canadian immigration. Provinces create many options in immigration for all applicants who possess definite work experience. The in-demand occupation streams permit provinces to select top quality workers in the needed industries. Popular streams here are
  • The Saskatchewan Occupations In-Demand sub-category, (it has invited 532 applicants for PR in this week).
  • The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry: Category B.
  • Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills Stream in Ontario
When candidates apply in Express Entry, a PNP nomination earns 600 CRS points. This puts their application beyond the minimum requirements of CRS. The demands of an industry earn a ticket to immigration. Finally, there is a National Occupational Classification code for identifying all work experience. Find the right NOC code to match your work experience and we can provide all help in this matter. Please contact us. CareerOverseas offers all relevant and timely information regarding such trending matters. Please contact us for additional details.

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