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SAP SD JOB MARKET IN CANADA..need urgent inputs and help




priyansh49
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Hi

I am about to start my canada PR process.. Which can take 8-12 months.. As i already mentioned, i am sap sd consultant with 3 years of work exp.. Please let me know which state should we plan for residence according to SAP IT market...

Please throw some more inputs or guidance before i take pr decision for canada..

Thanks


 
Post ID: 225608 08-08-15 15:31:07
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priyansh49
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Hi,

Thanks for your reply and link.. It was certainly helpful.. Have u initiated your PR process? It looks like canada will be a still better market for IT professionals.. But since i am only 3 years into SAP IT industry, will Canadian market accept my experience? I am masters in international business from UK.. Now wanted to settle abroad considering my education . So wanted some Suggestions from IT professionals..

Please also advice which part city of canada is hot and demanding for IT people

It will be even great if someone in IT or recruitment or SAP in canada can refer for job after completing PR process

Thanks


 
Post ID: 225609 08-08-15 15:50:22
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Full House
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I do fully understand your questions and your desire to get into IT and into SAP.

You are not hearing me. You are just reading the materials, because I posted it for your under your query.

Here is my first question, is your qualification in DEMAND and the NOC number that you fall under is calling for applicants. All of this is because I am not a consultant and you are not my client and I do not have your CV. Take it from there.

Do you have language proficiency as per IELTS and is it current or valid, if so for how long forward into the future. They expire after TWO years. So, stand in front of a mirror and curse at the figure in front and kick him if he does not know. That is for the starters.

Now to the next... If a cook can enter and spend an year here and then get into IT profession, I am sure any cook can. I don't want to ask the next question which is are you a ....?

I can provide you with ten Good Jobs that will get you 36000 buckaroos for an year as a mortgage advisor, with your MBA and that category is open. Do you want to get in tomorrow? If so are you one of the gifted ones who has all of the silver spoons in your mouth.

Once you get in you can look for a cooks job after that. Sorry, it is the other way around.

MBA's from U.K. hold a great premium and the banks will grab you once you take one of the CSC courses, which you can do from your wash room anywhere.

You surely need guidance and you came to the right place. But i am some how or other getting more sarcastic today. So, i will stop here and let you do the processing and post it here tomorrow,

You must have got the hang of it.

Have a good one.


FH



 
Post ID: 225614 08-08-15 17:26:49
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priyansh49
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Hi experts

I have one question

I am bachelors in commerce with sap sd profile.. How does Canadian job market behaves in IT?

Do they accept commerce graduates or MBA in functional profiles in IT or they prefer only BE , Btechs

Thanks


 
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Post ID: 225708 12-08-15 16:20:31
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Delhite
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Hi aspiring immigrant,

First of all, check if you are eligible for immigration or not at cic.gc website. All your other queries are secondary. Get your IELTS score and see where you stand.

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Post ID: 225713 12-08-15 17:52:27
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Full House
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DO IT SYSTEMATICALLY.
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Originally posted by priyansh49

Hi experts

I have one question

I am bachelors in commerce with sap sd profile.. How does Canadian job market behaves in IT?

Do they accept commerce graduates or MBA in functional profiles in IT or they prefer only BE , Btechs

Thanks



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They have closed the gates for all of the IT Professionals. We have too many of them. But a few still enter here, when they get an Inter Office transfer, about which I have no statistics. It is still an on going thing and only those who are coming in can give you an idea about the avenue that they follow.

As regards the B.Com or an MBA, you MUST get it evaluated while you are home basking in the sun. Don't come here into Canada and waste your time, trying to find out how to go about it. If you are smart, you will be on the ball getting it done, from where ever you are. Once you know where it is that you stand with all of the papers that you hold as qualification, you can decide if you want to get in or stay put. These are minor expenses you must shell out just to see if it is worth while entering into Canada. Don't spend your time and ours asking the same question over and over again. You will not get different answers even if you twist the question with a cork screw.

But I can assure you, after you complete the assignment you will surely know where it is that you stand in your attempt to enter into Canada.

Nothing ventured Nothing gained.!

In IT there are so many people with myriad of qualifications. You can say vast number of people with different experiences. (stripes.) I have seen a few Donkeys with stripes, who think they are Zebras, and vice versa.

Don't lose hope. Take one small step at a time. But plan well. You are on the right track and I wish you all the success in your endeavors.

FH.


 
Post ID: 225724 13-08-15 00:02:43
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priyansh49
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Hello everyone,

I have already initiated my canada PR process.. My profile has been submitted in express entry profile.. Now i am in the pool and waiting like many other aspirants. Moreover, i would like to take one advice from you .. Please let me know good provinces to settle in Canada.. Secondly is there anyone who can help me out or provide me a job offer sitting in india so i can get extra 600 points .. Please provide me some valuable suggestions to proceed further..

Look forward to your response

Thanks


 
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Full House
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Three months and six draws later, we are getting a fuller picture of how the system operates in reality. This is just for your information. At the bottom there is an exercise for you. Now look for the jobs in the links provided to you. Copy and paste them in a link and save them. FIRST the JOB, it does not matter where it is being offered. If you get it, then TAKE IT. Don't worry about the places to settle. It will all fall in place. Read and take your own sweet time and prepare well. (Boy-o-boy, you are much more tight lipped than a Russian Spy)

In terms of how often Express Entry draws are made, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) appears to favour frequent draws that select a limited number of candidates. Before launch day, CIC officials said that an estimated 15 to 25 draws would be made in 2015. With six draws having taken place between January 31 and March 27, CIC is on track to get to the upper end of that estimated range if the regularity of draws remains consistent.

CIC also indicated that candidates without a qualifying job offer from a Canadian employer or a provincial nomination may be selected in earlier draws from the pool. While the first four draws selected only candidates who had either a job offer or a provincial nomination, the two most recent draws have indeed selected a number of candidates who did not have either one. These candidates had reasonably high scores under the Comprehensive Ranking System based on factors such as age, level of education, language ability, and work experience. Up to 600 points may be awarded for these factors, with a further 600 awarded to candidates with a qualifying job offer from a Canadian employer or a provincial nomination.

(The dotted line at 600 represents the maximum number of points a candidate can be awarded without obtaining a qualifying job offer from a Canadian employer or a provincial nomination)

Express Entry: the past, present and future

?While three months of operation may not provide enough details to form a full picture of how Express Entry may function in the future, it certainly offers enough to make a fair analysis of how things are working today,? says Attorney David Cohen.

?The good news for candidates who have not yet been issued an invitation to apply is that the required CRS score required has decreased with each new draw from the pool. With CIC having selected a number of candidates without job offers or provincial nominations in recent weeks, this provides real incentive for these individuals to make efforts to improve their profile and ranking. Doing so may increase their chances of making it over the line and being selected.

?It should be remembered, however, that obtaining a qualifying job offer or provincial nomination remains the surest way of being issued an invitation to apply. Express Entry is a system that rewards proactive candidates.?

Click here to learn more about improving your profile and ranking under the Comprehensive Ranking System.

Express Entry quick facts, from January 1 to April 1 (All dates are for 2015)

Launch date: January 1
First draw from the pool: January 31
Most recent draw from the pool: March 27
Minimum CRS points required for selection in any one draw: 453 (March 27 draw)
Largest number of invitations to apply issued in any one draw: 1,637 (March 27 draw)
Fewest invitations to apply issued in any one draw: 779 (January 1 and February 7 draws)
Largest decrease in CRS points required between two consecutive draws: 254 (from February 27 to March 20 draws)
Smallest decrease in CRS points required between two consecutive draws: 10 (from February 7 to February 20 draws)
Longest gap between two consecutive draws: 21 days (from February 27 to March 20 draws)
Shortest gap between two consecutive draws: 7 days (on three occasions)

Click here to learn more about all Express Entry draws that have taken place so far.

http://www.canadavisa.com/express-entry-invitations-to-apply-issued.html

Important information for all candidates and applicants

Once an invitation to apply has been issued to a candidate, he or she has 60 days to file a complete application with all supporting documents; no extensions will be granted. Candidates who have been issued an invitation to apply are encouraged to submit their complete applications in good time to avoid missing their opportunity, while those who have not yet been selected from the Express Entry pool are encouraged to gather these documents in advance.

Moreover, it is important that the information provided and documents submitted are completely accurate in order to avoid being penalised for misrepresentation. Penalties for misrepresentation may include a five-year ban on applying to immigrate to, or even visit, Canada.

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http://www.canadastop100.com/national/

You choose the town where you want the job. For example, Toronto. It is situated in ONTARIO.

Currently there are a few jobs in the job bank. select a few that you feel that you are suitable for.

Then quote the jobs to CIC and send them a letter with "the file number that they have provided"

you with. Watch how fast you will get a response. Then, if you feel like getting back to us here

Please, do so.

Good Luck.

FH.

Job Bank. : http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/home-eng.do?lang=eng

http://ca.indeed.com/
http://www.eluta.ca/
http://www.monster.ca/
http://www.workopolis.com/
http://www.simplyhired.ca/
http://www.wowjobs.ca/

fh.

Please work with this and see where it is that you do fit in. AND Keep your hopes high.

You will be here within Nine Months. :
http://www23.statcan.gc.ca/imdb/p3VD.pl?Function=getVD&TVD=122372&CVD=122375&CPV=217&CST=01012011&CLV=3&MLV=4&D=1




 
Post ID: 229841 17-01-16 19:59:25
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priyansh49
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Information regarding Canada/Quebec PR
Hello All,

I have proceeded for the PR in Canada. My CRS score is 391. Now, I am looking forward to PNP like Quebec or Skatchvan, BC, Alberta. Please guide me that which province will be best for profile like SAP SD Consultant with 3.5 years of experience?

I have done with IELTS and WES but waiting for an ITA.

I would appreciate if you people who are in Canada can throw some inputs on settling in provinces?

Is there any way if I can get a Job offer sitting in India? or are there any ways to apply for jobs through fruitful channels?

Look forward to hearing from your end.

Thanks in Advance

Priyansh


 
Post ID: 232042 14-07-16 06:57:23
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Fido
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Not sure if this helps - but are you married and have kids.

If you don't have kids think about Quebec - the only French Province in Canada .. It is easier to get get SAP (or other IT) jobs there due to a shortage of skills and immigrants hesitant to move there.

However if you have kids it becomes dicey as public schools would teach in French medium unless one of the parents is a native English speaker in which case they may go to an English school.

If I were you , I would perhaps try to increase / hone my technical skills before moving..It is easier to do that in India.

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