No Canadian Experience, Eh? A Career Success Guide for New Immigrants by Daisy Wright
It is common for skilled professionals and internationally trained professionals who have moved to Canada, to hear that they ‘lack Canadian work experience’.
This book is a job hunting guide for such individuals and offers practical advice on how to deal with they myth of ‘No Canadian Experience’, and learn how to articulate and tell a compelling story about their successes, and the value they bring to the next employer.
This second edition not only has job search basics such as résumé and cover letter design; how to prepare and master the interview; how to build professional networks, access the hidden job market, and engage in small talk with people at work and at social events, but includes advice and strategies from top career experts on social media, personal branding, onboarding, green careers, leadership, practice firms, stress management, career assessments, self-employment, consulting and time management.
It also contains advice and tips from recruiters and human resources professionals who understand what employers look for in potential employees.
The author has rated this book G (all ages).