Welcome to Canada! Yes its tough every where. But while Americans enjoyed 10 years of a bull run up here in Canada we have nothing to show for it.

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Welcome to Canada! Yes its tough every where. But while
Americans enjoyed 10 years of a bull run up here in Canada
we have nothing to show for it. At least Americans got jobs
that gave them experience. Canadians always face hard times.
Don't you just love all of those jobs jobs jobs promises of
free trade? Face it, Canadian companies import their experience help. It
used to be that one went to school got a university degree
that proved that one was basically able to learn and was
trainable. Now they expect you to be job ready from day one
with no training. Absurd. Reason they can get away with it
is that there are plenty of qualified immigrants from the US
working for IBM and other heavy weights who can easily get
a job up here once their work permits expire.
Sad reality in Canada. Just a case in point. It took me one
year to find a job after graduation. I could not find one
till someone told me about the Federal Government of Canada
paying employers half someone's wages for 6 months if that
person had a history of being on employment insurance. They
give you a slip to send with your resume explaining the
subsidy. Well that morning I began sending resumes out.
After sending five the phone rang and someone called me in
for an interview. They asked if I could come the same day. I
did and after a quick interview the same company that
refused me before hired me. That's because the government paid for half my wages. As soon as the internship ended I was laid off. Ain't Canada great :)
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