Canada seeks 1.2 million workers from abroad. See how to become one of them

The Cebrusa Northgate Canadian immigration agency's president Daniel Braun points out that Canada has a serious shortage of skilled labor in several positions and levels.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For anyone looking to pursue an international career, the good news is that Canada is on the lookout for professionals to move to the country. According to Cebrusa Northgate Canadian immigration agency, the government expects to accept over 1,233,000 new permanent residents in the coming months.

The agency's president Daniel Braun points out that Canada has a serious shortage of skilled labor in several positions and levels.

"Anyone thinking that this is underemployment is wrong, the vacancies are open for several positions and levels. The minimum wage is around CA$2,000. An . . .

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