The New Zealand job market ended 2017 and started 2018 on a very high note, with excellent job prospects for New Zealanders and prospective migrants alike.


The quarterly labour market scorecard, issued by the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment notes that the unemployment rate dropped to 4.5 percent. Jobs in New Zealand are definitely there for those looking for the right opportunities to Immigrate to New Zealand. At 67.8% the employment rate is the highest on record since 1968! Labour supply is steady and labour quality has improved, with higher-qualified positions being fulfilled.

With more people in skilled employment and such a low unemployment rate, immigrating to New Zealand has hardly ever looked so enticing.


Construction jobs are still topping the list of advertised positions, with mining, resources and energy industry also rising strongly. To a lesser extent, but still important increase, the manufacturing, transport and logistics industry also delivered positive results with 30% more jobs and an average advertised salary of NZ$65,519. In the construction industry, the average advertised salary was NZ$103,048 in January 2018, the highest across all industries in New Zealand.


How easy is it to move to New Zealand? For starters, you will most likely need a job offer. We can help with this! Having an occupation on an absolute skills shortage list would be helpful but is not an absolute requirement. We will check that the offer meets the requirements and can constitute the base for a work visa or a residence application. Once confirmed, we will apply for a visa for you to work and live in New Zealand.


Employers cannot specifically target migrants to look for employees. However, some are struggling to find the right staff and talent within New Zealand, so your experience and skills may be very valuable and bridge the skill shortage gap.

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British Columbia invites 339 more skilled workers and graduates

British Columbia invites 339 more skilled workers and graduates in the latest draws

British Columbia invites 339 more skilled workers and graduates

British Columbia invites 339 more skilled workers and graduates

The Canadian province of British Columbia issued a total of 339 new invitations to apply for a provincial nomination in draws that took place February 28 and March 7.

One of the draws conducted by the latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP)’s was under the BC PNP Tech Pilot program, which helps the province’s technology sector in its efforts to recruit talent through streamlined weekly draws.

In its February 28 draw, the BC PNP issued invitations to skilled and semi-skilled workers and international graduates through its Skills Immigration and BC’s Express Entry categories. For candidates invited under the Express Entry BC: Skilled Worker and Express Entry BC: International Graduate, successful nomination results in applicants receiving 600 additional points under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) and an Invitation to Apply (ITA) at a subsequent draw from the federal Express Entry pool.

It is necessary to clarify that an invitation to apply for the BC PNP is not the same as the ITA issued at the federal level.

The minimum scores for each category involved in this draw were as follows:

Date Category Minimum Score Required Minimum Score Required
February 28, 2018  (Includes tech-only draw on March 7, 2018) EEBC – Skilled Worker 82 339
EEBC – International Graduate 82
SI – Skilled Worker 72
  SI – International Graduate 82
  SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 40

Applicants who received an invitation to apply now have up to 30 calendar days from the date of invitation to submit a complete application via the BCPNP Online registration system. An invitation to apply does not guarantee you will be approved for the nomination.

In order to be considered under the BC PNP, most candidates must have an indeterminate, full-time job offer from an employer in the province who is willing to support them through the application process.

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How to Get Canada Work Visa

How to Get Canada Work Visa

How to Get Canada Work Visa

How to Get Canada Work Visa

Getting Work Visa for Canada is very much difficult. There are various ways you can opt work visa for Canada. One of the ways is by getting LMIA i.e. Labour Market Impact Assessment. In order to get LMIA, you have to search for an employer who is from Canada. You have to search for a company which is based in any city of Canada.

In order to search for an employer there are certain ways you can do that:

  • Applying for a job through job portal such as Indeed, Monster etc.
  • Making friends online and make a contact with them.
  • Use Social networks such as LinkedIn so that you can be direct contact with the entrepreneurs.
  • Make Social Network Page and update the information and your work done.
  • Update all your works in your resume and show what you got!.

Check your niche and send your resume to the company by applying directly to them.

  1. Applying through job portals is a slow process and a bit of time-consuming. You will be competing with a large number of candidates. But it also plays a very important part in order to make a direct contact with the employers.
  2. Making friends online is very much usual nowadays. The whole world is online now. Don’t have your friend contact number? Use Facebook Messenger to message them. The trend of messaging, engaging with friends, making new friends etc is changing nowadays.
  3. LinkedIn is the best platform for which you can showcase yourself. You can update your profession; you can show your experience and the companies you have worked in. This is one of the best platforms by which you can message to employers what you got and the talent you can show them. Yes, you can also show this information on a resume by nowadays the trend is changing. You have to be creative. Don’t just write. “Show Proofs”.
  4. You can also make your Facebook Page and you can post your information so that people can see them. It won’t be about how many likes you got it’s about spreading the information you have. Whatever the niche you are in, you can publically post your information. Whereas you can also share facebook post on Facebook Messenger by sending them messages individually.
  5. If you are applying for a job through job portals you have to send a resume to each one of them. But before sending your resume please provide your information correctly and clearly. The resume is the best way to showcase yourself. So it is very necessary that you present yourself in a better way using your resume.
  6. I have seen many candidates who just apply for a job randomly. They don’t know their niche. It is very important to understand what you are best for. In order to show what you got you have to see what you are the best in. Show the employer what your real profession is.

If you have any queries related to Canada Work Visa, Contact Global Gateways 080-41142233.

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