Career opportunities for immigrants and refugees in business-to-business (B2B) tech sales are growing in Canada: 3 jobs to watch
Business-to-business (B2B) tech sales is an expanding industry in many parts of Canada offering rewarding career opportunities for immigrants and refugees.
Bridge training programs can help immigrants and refugees achieve career success in Canada. Here are 3 benefits
Immigrants and refugees to Canada often face challenges in finding employment that matches their skills and experience. Bridge training programs are designed to help immigrants and refugees overcome these barriers and succeed in their Canadian careers.
Pharmacy experts answer common questions about licensing, accreditation and career success in Canada
Pharmacists play a critical role in providing safe and effective medication therapy to patients across Canada. International pharmacy graduates (IPGs) are ready to take advantage of the growing cross-country career opportunities in this field.
Five career success tips for internationally-trained dietitians in Canada
Career opportunities await internationally-trained dietitians in almost every part of this country. Registered Dietitian Alka Chopra, herself an immigrant from India, shares how these newcomer professionals can succeed in the Canadian job market.
Your bilingual skills can lead to career success in Canada: Four benefits for immigrants and refugees
Immigrants and refugees who are fluent in both official languages have a unique advantage in the Canadian job market. Leveraging their bilingual skills can strengthen career advancement opportunities and help them achieve their professional goals.
Embracing Canadian success and identity
This month, the Windmill Microlending blog features articles on career success for internationally-trained lawyers and dentists, highlights emerging careers in sustainable technology and explores the importance of Black History Month.
The power of Mentorship
Windmill Microlending blog features articles on how mentorship can transform the careers of newcomer women and young professionals while helping those working in IT and tech to reach their full potential.
Your money matters
In November, the Windmill Microlending blog helps build your financial knowledge with advice on budgeting apps, financial behaviour and managing your money in a time of rising interest and inflation.
Information and resources to help you launch and advance your career
From understanding the education you need to get reaccredited to financial planning and job search tips, you’ll find everything you need to succeed in your Canadian career within Windmill’s new Career Planning and Success Centre.