How to Get Part-Time Job in Canada and Make Money While Studying Abroad
Finding a part-time job in Canada has become one of the most challenging task for recovering the cost of living and other day-to-day expenses. Many students figure out to make some money while studying abroad to cover up their living expenses.
So when you arrive in Canada, your first priority becomes the collection of your documents safely. It may be your Bank account details, Sin number, Personal Health Insurance number and Identification card. It's the most essential task to be done during your first month of stay in Canada.
Many students get overwhelmed by the high cost of tuition, living bills, or other day-to-day expenses. During your stay in Canada, you'll have to be a little more frugal with your money.
So here I'm going to teach you some important practices that may help you save your money and make more money in terms of long life investment.
Get your first part time Job in Canada with 3 simple steps you need to follow:
- Bank Account
- Sin No.
- Student Permit
- Identification Card (Proof of identity)
- Personal Health Insurance
2. How to Apply
Make a resume / CV
While making a resume consider the information that represent should be
- Straight forward
- Learn to improve
My biggest fear was: how to start and make resume
My achievements: one page resume with no experience and I got hired and my first part time job.
3. Platforms available or websites to apply for a Job
- 1. Craigslist
- 2. Indeed
- 3. LinkedIn
- 4. Google
Craigslist is a classified ads website in the United States and Canada, offering numerous opportunities for employment, housing, for sale, goods sought, services, community service, gigs, resumes, and discussion forums.
You can directly contact through email and phone numbers. It's very simple and straight way to connect the recipient. Your searches should to be specific to a purpose of using the website.
Indeed allows you to browse millions of jobs online in order to discover the next step in your career. With tools like job hunting, CV writing, company evaluations, and more.
Take charge of your professional identity. Create and maintain a professional network. Gain access to information, insights, and opportunities.
Most loved search engine.You already know it!
2. Offline platform:
You can start with the distribution of your resume to the near by places where you live.
It might be possible that you can straight way get a Job on the same day. It's basically going to boost your confidence to next level.
You can tell them about you and your life and experiences, how it's going and further politely ask them to call, if the opportunity exist for you anytime.
One last thing i want to say about this is.
Try to share your journey through Social Media platform
1. Fb, Insta, LinkedIn, YouTube Channel
share your experiences. will help you surely!