About 14,000 job opportunities are waiting for Filipinos planning to work in Canada, according to the signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Canadian government, reports Interaksyon.
Among the job vacancies are engineers, architects, healthcare professionals, information technology professionals, accounting clerks, cashiers and a lot more.
“Mga accounting clerks, cashiers, lahat ng klase ng mga engineers, lahat ng klase ng arkitekto, lahat ng klase ng information technology-skilled professionals, sa health doctors, nurses, dentists,” Nicon Fameronag of the Department of Labor and Employment told ABS-CBN.
Interested applicants can view the full list of job vacancies in Saskatchewan at saskjobs.ca for more information.
According to DOLE, the Canadian government is looking for workers not only from the Philippines but other Asian countries as well.
Canadian Premier Brad Wall said that Filipino workers are mostly preferred by Canadian employers because of the fluency in English language and laudable work ethics.
“Our employers value the strong work ethic and high literacy skills of Filipino workers, and we will need them to meet the ambitious targets we have outlined in our Growth Plan,” the Canadian official said.