Ontario Group Seeks US Technology Workers for Jobs in Canada

The Waterloo, Ontario, tech sector hopes a $100,000 billboard campaign in California will lure misplaced tech workers to Canada. The recent suspension of the H-1B visa, popular among tech workers, has caused many not to be able to stay in the United States. Communitech is taking advantage of the opportunity …

Canadian Employment Increased by 952,000 in June 2020

Close to an additional one million Canadians had jobs in June, according to Statistics Canada Businesses forced to shut their doors by the COVID-19 pandemic are beginning to reopen, and the nation is recouping their losses from March and April. A job force survey released by Statistics Canada reported 952,000 …

Canada Benefits From Opening Its Doors to Foreign Workers

Canada’s big welcome to foreign skilled talent has aided in the reversal of immigrants heading south to the United States and contributed to the Canadian tech sector’s fast growth in the country Pre-pandemic, multinational and domestic tech firms based in Canada were hiring talent at a rapid pace. Toward the …

Surge of 273,000 New US Jobs Surpasses Expectations

The growth of 273,000 new jobs in the United States was higher than expected by many economists According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, along with the increase of jobs, January’s average hourly earnings increased to $28.52, a rise of nine cents. Over the past 12 months, the overall …

Tech Workers Apply for Global Talent Visa to the UK

Tech workers around the globe are vying for tech talent blocked by the United States President Donald Trump signed an executive order suspending many foreign work visas, including the H-1B and L-1 visas. Both of these visas affect companies that employ highly skilled workers in specific fields. James Wise, an …

US Immigration Restrictions Benefit Canada’s High-Tech Sector

Multiple tech company executives in Canada shared with the Financial Post their number one focus is hiring top talent Benjamin Bergen of the Council of Canadian Innovators said talent is what fuels an innovation economy. People generate ideas, which in turn generates business, making talent 90 percent of the success. …

Inspiring US Immigration Story of a Young Man from Guatemala

Onelio Mencho Aguilar, a teacher at T.C. Williams High School International Academy, immigrated to the US from Guatemala at 13 years of age Aguilar traveled here alone, only speaking his native Mayan language. He spent months looking for a home, spending many hungry, homeless days. He ended up in Virginia, …

Where to Find America’s Best Emerging Jobs for 2020

Automation and artificial intelligence (AI) are some of the most significant career opportunities for 2020 Hiring growth has seen an increase of 74 percent every year for the past five years. These positions are mostly concentrated in New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle, and the San Francisco Bay Area. AI specialists …

You Could Start a Business in America Just Like These Immigrants!

Immigration has been described as the foundation of America’s identity Immigrants are persistent, entrepreneurial, and more resilient than the average person. Although the following founders faced more hardship than most, they managed to start companies in the U.S., benefiting our society and economy. Chipper Cash, co-founded by Ham Serunjogi and …