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Why Should You Read this Bi-Weekly Blog?

Posted by: Zain Ameen Date: January 9, 2017 Category: Blog

Written by Arcelia Camacho, PMP


With all the information that is out there, you might be asking yourself: Why should I read this blog? It is a reasonable question. The short answer is that I am sure you can benefit from it. Let me elaborate on that.


I Will Write About the Canadian Unwritten Rules

I want you to succeed in Canada. Like many other immigrants, I went through a successful integration process, but it was also a painful one at times. Why? Because I learned the hard way, by trial and error. Through this blog, I want to put at your disposal some integration shortcuts. I’m putting the unwritten rules in writing so you can make informed decisions.


I Conduct Extensive Research

I don’t want to solely tell you about my experience because my circumstances when I arrived in Canada might be very different from yours when you get here. I’ll offer you information from various sources. I will point you to useful reading and resources. I will tell you about the experiences of many other newcomers we have helped to integrate to Canada. These blog entries will be based on extensive research. I am offering you a one-stop shop where you can get the information you need for a successful job search and integration into the Canadian workforce.


We Want You to Succeed

PrepCan is a team of skilled, passionate and diverse individuals I am proud to be part of. We often communicate about your needs and progress, and we contribute to the pool of resources we offer you. We want you to succeed. As a team, we will do our best to address your questions and provide you with answers, information and resources that will help you advance your employment goals.


Feel free to communicate with your Employment Consultant, ask questions and offer suggestions on how we can improve our interaction with you. This blog will address the most frequent questions you all have about employment and the wide array of topics that are involved in the process of securing and retaining a job in Canada.
I trust my arguments were convincing and that you are as thrilled as I am to engage in this conversation. Welcome aboard and happy reading!

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