Employers’ from Nova Scotia to host Career event in London, UK

The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration (NSOI) is undertaking a mission to attract and promote immigration to the province and will be in London in September 2017.

Individuals that are interested in immigrating and working in Nova Scotia are encouraged to visit www.novascotiaimmigration.com for more information about the available immigration pathways and streams.

Nova Scotia offers an affordable lifestyle, safe communities, a growing economy, a robust arts and culture scene, excellent schools and universities, public healthcare, diverse recreation options for all members of the family, a wine region, and more. And its growing!   Nova Scotia is looking to welcome new citizens to the province – families, entrepreneurs, skilled trades persons, medical professionals, innovators, tech professionals, students, labourers.

Register online at https://novascotiaimmigration.com/event-registration-form to attend the event and learn more about why people from all over the world are choosing to live and work in Nova Scotia.

Individuals with the skills and qualifications that meet Nova Scotia’s market demands and job openings will be invited to one-on-one meetings and/or interviews with the NSOI staff or Nova Scotian employers during the event. You may receive a job offer or discover what we know – that Nova Scotia is one of the best places in the world to call home.

Nova Scotia offers opportunities – and the province is looking for entrepreneurs, innovators, and skilled and educated workers to live and work. If you are looking for a unique opportunity to start a business or join the team of globally competitive businesses, Nova Scotia is a place you should consider.

Nova Scotia is a great place to live and work.  It’s a place of opportunity. It’s welcoming.

Hosting of Career Fair by Canadian Employers from East Coast is part of initiative by Citizenship and Canada Immigration (CIC) referred as Atlantic Immigration Program. Read more about Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. 

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