Jobs in Canada

Old May 7th 2003, 7:02 am
  #16  
Northernligths25
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Nope I meant what I said no jobs in Canada, I never contradict myself. Do you?
And logically low paying jobs = not a job at all for immigrant willing to
leave behind everything in their native countries.

    >Subject: Re: Jobs in Canada
    >From: "Bianca" [email protected]
    >Date: 5/7/03 8:09 AM Atlantic Daylight Time
    >Message-id:
    >you said "Canada is producing jobs but
    >not hitech jobs." so it contradicts your comment that "No jobs in Canada".
    >logically, low paying jobs = still a job.
    >"NorthernLigths25" wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]...
    >> No jobs in Canada.
    >> >Subject: Re: Jobs in Canada
    >> >From: [email protected] (Aaron)
    >> >Date: 5/6/03 1:25 PM Atlantic Daylight Time
    >> >Message-id:
    >> >
    >> >You must know that like governments anywhere, the Canadian government
    >> >agencies usually get their data, analysis and reports way out of wack
    >> >with current reality. They should have done the skilled worker
    >> >immigration in the late 90s 1997-99 when there was a shortage of
    >> >programmers and many companies had to suffer as a result. Now there
    >> >are no companies and the programmers dime-a-dozen.
    >> >
    >> >But remember Canada's economy has been tepid even in the best of times
    >> >- even in the late 90s boomtime, Canada was nowhere near the US
    >> >economy's growth rates. I knew several new immigrants - very qualified
    >> >engineers from India, Russia, Ukraine etc. who were hunting for jobs
    >> >in the 90s and usually ended up being underemployed. I knew a Stanford
    >> >Master's grad from India who was programming in Visual Basic and
    >> >Access(!) for some local accounting company.
    >> >
    >> >Not to discourage you or anything, but I think you have much better
    >> >opportunities, projects and interesting stuff to do in places like
    >> >India than in Canada. But if you are willing to risk it to come here
    >> >deliver pizzas and drive a cab for a while while you lookout for a
    >> >good job - it might just work out who knows?
    >> >
    >> >That would be my thought anyways...
    >> >
    >> >Good luck
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >
 
Old May 7th 2003, 10:01 am
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NorthernLigths25 wrote:
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    > Nope I meant what I said no jobs in Canada, I never contradict myself. Do you?
    > And logically low paying jobs = not a job at all for immigrant willing to
    > leave behind everything in their native countries.

You've always contradicted yourself ... why should you change now!
 
Old May 7th 2003, 10:06 am
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OK I confess I am really Stuart Brooks.

    >Subject: Re: Jobs in Canada
    >From: S B [email protected]
    >Date: 5/7/03 7:01 PM Atlantic Daylight Time
    >Message-id:
    >NorthernLigths25 wrote:
    >>
    >> Nope I meant what I said no jobs in Canada, I never contradict myself. Do
    >you?
    >> And logically low paying jobs = not a job at all for immigrant willing to
    >> leave behind everything in their native countries.
    >You've always contradicted yourself ... why should you change now!
 
Old May 7th 2003, 10:19 am
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NorthernLigths25 wrote:
    >
    > OK I confess I am really Stuart Brooks.
    >
    > >Subject: Re: Jobs in Canada
    > >From: S B [email protected]
    > >Date: 5/7/03 7:01 PM Atlantic Daylight Time
    > >Message-id:
    > >
    > >NorthernLigths25 wrote:
    > >>
    > >> Nope I meant what I said no jobs in Canada, I never contradict myself. Do
    > >you?
    > >> And logically low paying jobs = not a job at all for immigrant willing to
    > >> leave behind everything in their native countries.
    > >
    > >You've always contradicted yourself ... why should you change now!

You can't tell the truth about anything.
 
Old May 7th 2003, 11:11 am
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I hear in India a foriegner cannot own any property. Is this true?

sbasak wrote in message news:...
    > Hi fellow Indian
    >
    > If your job in India is stable & good paying you're much better of in
    > India than delivering pizza in Canada. I'm also a s/w professional
    > presently working in UK for an Indian firm. You better first come in
    > western contries thru your job. Without a decent salary everymonth, you
    > simply can't survive in these countries!
    > Believe me... in India, even if you lose your job, you still can be
    > supported by your family... but in western countries, you are in total
    > calamity without a good job... if you want to immigrate to Canada, first
    > get a job offer... in that case even if you lose that job after
    > sometime, you'll have canadian experience by that time which will help
    > you getting your next job....
    >
    > And remember, India is quite a good place to live in nowadays... India's
    > economy is improving quite steadily and you still can earn a good amount
    > of money there in s/w profession.
    >
    > Just my personal opinions.... :-)
 
Old May 7th 2003, 12:47 pm
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sbasak wrote:

    >And remember, India is quite a good place to live in nowadays... India's
    >economy is improving quite steadily and you still can earn a good amount
    >of money there in s/w profession.
    >Just my personal opinions.... :-)

india too warm .... and not near the same natural beauty :-)

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Old May 8th 2003, 1:49 am
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What money can buy: an a/c to get rid of heat and visit countries of your choice may be once every year. So, life in India (or wherever) with money (earned from a decent job where you can leverage your education & experience) is better than life anywhere (even in the western world) without a decent job or job of your choice. Cant imagine delivering pizzas or opening up 7-11 just to stay in Canada or the US - but it's my personal preference - different strokes for different folks. :-)

Good luck to all.

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