“Skilled immigrants come Canada with big career goals, and there are plenty of opportunities waiting for them in today’s economy. But newcomers still need guidance and support as they transition their careers to their new country,” says Sanjay Agnihotrieditor, Canadian immigranta national multimedia platform to help immigrants succeed Canada.

“AT Canadian immigrantour goal is to help newcomers navigate the steps they need to take to establish a successful career in Canadaand our new Immigrant Career Planning Guide, presented by Windmill Microlending, will help them do just that. We are grateful to Windmill for partnering with us in this exciting new digital guide!”

The guide enables newcomers to reach their full career potential by taking advantage of in-demand fields and employment opportunities across Canada. It offers informative articles, resources and videos on trending jobs across the country, job search tips, information on professional degrees and credentials, and career success strategies. These tools will help immigrants navigate the so-called “new normal” of managing their careers during an ongoing pandemic.

Now is the time for new Canadians to accelerate and grow their careers in in-demand fields like healthcare, information technology and construction,” said Paula CalderonNational Director, Client Success of Windmill Microlending, a national registered non-profit whose mission is to help skilled immigrants and refugees achieve their career success goals by Canada with affordable loans and individual career coaching. “We are pleased to create this valuable resource in partnership with Canadian immigrant and I believe this guide will enable newcomers to reach their full potential and thrive in Canada.”

The guide, the continuation of last year’s Guide to Skilled Immigrant Career Successis free to access and articles will be published weekly from now until April 2022

About Canadian Immigrants
Attracting over 400,000 readers each month and over 100,000 visitors per month online, Canadian Immigrant is a national multimedia platform to help immigrants succeed in Canada, with content, resources and events on careers, education and settlement. Canadian Immigrant is the producer of Canadian Immigration Fairs across the country. Canadian Immigrant is a division of Metroland Media Group, a dynamic media company with more than 100 print and online community and daily newspapers, as well as innovative websites, including,, and localwork. that.

About the Windmill microloan
The Windmill microloan is from Canada the largest and most successful microcredit charity for skilled immigrants and refugees. Windmill is tackling the underemployment of skilled newcomers by offering low interest loans of up to $15,000 to pay for the degrees, licenses, retraining or professional development necessary for a successful career in Canada. By supporting newcomers across the country, Windmill helps convert potential into prosperity, for our customers and for Canada. Windmill Microlending is a registered charity supported by donors, government, sponsors and granting agencies.

SOURCE Canadian Immigrant Magazine

For further information: MEDIA CONTACTS: Canadian Immigrant, Laura Jackman, 905 273 8160, [email protected] , Windmill Microlending, Marcie Somers, 416-360-4445 ext. 417, [email protected]


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