Feb 26, 2023

Reasons That May Make You Want To Work In Canada

I'm just gonna go ahead and say it agad. Napaka hirap magtrabaho sa Pinas. Ang liit liit naman ng sweldo pero napaka taas ng expectations sayo. Not to mention, sobrang limited ng benefits. Naging normal na lang talaga sating mga Pilipino na maghanap ng opportunity sa labas ng bansa. Pero why choose Canada? There's actually hundreds of reasons why pero here's the top 10 from the list. But they are not in chronological order. 😅

1. Panget ang Pula sa Pilipinas. Maganda Sa Canada

I don't really intend and I don't really need this to be a political post. I also don't need to convince anyone to agree with my opinion. So If you're still reading and you agree with me with what I said, there's no reason to discuss further kasi alam nyo na yan. If you don't agree with me pero you still want to continue reading, hindi naman ako madamot talaga. 😇

2. Best Healthcare System

Unlike many other countries, working in Canada provides you with many advantages, including the best healthcare system. For example, you can go to the hospital and seek treatment without incurring costs when you get sick. Sabi nga ng ate ko, nakapanganak sya sa hospital na parking fee lang ang binayaran.

Canada has a streamlined healthcare policy with an emphasis on human rights. So, this means it is your right to claim medical services in Canada. Bear in mind that education and healthcare are the touchstones of human development in Canada.

3. Excellent Immigration Services

Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world pero the birth rate is low. So to stabilize their economy, it welcomes people from around the world to work and live in Canada. At the same time, their immigration services and procedures are nicely laid out in their official website, canada.ca.

Because immigrants are vital to Canada, the government has made substantial efforts to offer state-of-the-art immigration services. Thus, Canada is the most immigrant-friendly country in the world, offering immense support to immigrants.

4. Stress-Free Atmosphere

Canadians are generally the nicest people I know. They are welcoming, polite and friendly. Everyone ensures immigrants feel they belong to Canada. And you'll find many people from different ethnicities, nationalities, and religions because this North American Country welcomes everyone and provides a friendly, diverse, stable, and noble atmosphere.

There is a good work-life balance so you can enjoy the highest quality of life and stress-free atmosphere while exploring this next reason why you may want to live in Canada.

5. Beautiful Scenery

Do I really need to use words?
⁠But if you're not convinced enough by this single photo, then you may want to

Top reasons to Visit Canada

6. Cultural Diversity

One thing that makes Canada unique is its cultural diversity. Canada is a multicultural country with people from different ethnicities and religions. People in Canada speak different languages and embrace their respective cultural values.

Anyway, when you move to Canada for work, you don't need to worry about adjusting yourself. Madaming Pinoy dito and madami ring Filipino stores. And yes, may Jollibee din!

7. High Standard of Living

The standard of living in Canada is above par because the country offers the highest quality of life at the most affordable costs. Because Canada has a sophisticated banking system and stable economy, it provides its citizens with opportunities to get the most of their living, education, employment, healthcare system, etc.

Pag nag work ka na sa Canada, hindi naman sa tinuturuan ko kayo na mangutang, pero you can easily access financial services, including loans. Dali lang din mamili kasi pwedeng swipe ka lang ng swipe ng credit card mo. PLEASE BE RESPONSIBLE and pay your credit card on time. You will really need a good credit score for your future. But let's talk about that on another post.

8. Affordable Living

Living in Canada is more affordable than in many other countries, such as the U.S, UK, Germany, France, and Australia. Although the cost of residential properties varies depending on the city, town, neighborhood, or area you choose to stay in, overall, the process is streamlined and does not break the bank.

Pero siguro magugulat ka pag dating mo dito tapos convert mo sa Peso. Sobrang mahal! Pano naging affordable yun? Canada is making sure na you can live comfortably even when you're only making the minimum wage. So nasa spending habbit mo na yan actually. Or depende kung gano kadami pinapakain mo sa Pinas.

Anyway, food, gas, electricity, and other utility costs are lower than in the U.S. Moreover, the country has a low crime rate, making Canada one of the safest places to live and work.

9. Work Benifits

Canada offers the highest quality of living for everyone, including immigrants. For example, government-funded healthcare and other benefits for companies allow them to provide affordable health plans for employees. You get to have paid sick leave and

10. Employment Opportunities

Canada offers a wide range of employment opportunities to its citizens and immigrants. For example, if you are a foreigner or student in Canada, you can attend school and work simultaneously. The Canadian government allows international students to work part-time without any work permit.

In addition, Canada is an advanced country with a thriving economy, meaning the country offers hundreds of thousands of job opportunities to skillful people. So, if you already meet their requirements and want to work in Canada, many opportunities are waiting for you.

However, you will need a work permit to work in Canada. So if this article convinced you to move and work to Canada, or if you have made that decision already prior to ready this, then you must apply for for a work permit. And we can guide you with that! Click on "Next" to read about our guide.

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