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Want Important information? Das-FX is here to help!




prabhub
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hanu
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Prabhu is a troll
DAS-FX,
May I suggest : Pls ignore this troll - Prabhu.
He has said he is leaving for Australia in the previous thread.
I am sure if he is around this thread will also become "dead" with arguements and abuses.



quote]Orginally posted by Das-FX

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Orginally posted by prabhub

Hai Das_fx,
Nice Thread. I donot accept some of the points expressed in this thread but to keep the objective of the thread going on, i leave you in peace.
Good luck and thanks for the thread and the info. in it



What a surprise that you don't agree! I'm curious, with what points do you disagree with? Thanks.



 
Post ID: 47753 14-05-05 06:13:30
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mercury6
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All that advice is good, but even if you did all that and had all those skills (soft and hard) it wont do any good if there is no job. Canada will not create a Job for you just because there is a person waiting in the line with such and such skill. Canada and Ontario especially is heavily manufacturing based. So the most jobs are going to be Blue Collar. With 1000s of immigrants coming in Every year I see it as almost impossible that all of them will find work in their field. I would go ahead and say a significant number wont. That would mean only one thing. Take up work other than you are qualified for.
And I see it everyday at my work place.

Perhaps the solution is to curtail immigration or change the rules to allow in more True Blue collar workers and not white collar workers who end up doing that. Perhaps the economy is just not that big to absorb so many qualified folks.

------------Cut n paste from what I said in another thread

If you looks at it that way, Soft Skills are a must anywhere you go.
And any part of life. Yes Internet forums too...

If you have the jobs and the supply of Labor is low then all these issues go to the backburner.

If a company needs 10 people and has only 10 people (5 with Good soft skills and 5 with not so good) to fill up the vacancies then Do you think its going to wait till the next 5 people with the right soft skills show up? Or take all 10 of them?

If it has less than 10 people, then it might actually take up people with not so good technical and soft skills and maybe train them.

That is IF the company wants to get the work done and not leave the vancancy as it is. It seems like canadian companies might be willing to do just this.

If there were far more than 10 people applying for that job,
then all these factors come into play.

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Last edited by: mercury6 on 14-05-05 10:41:35
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Charlie
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Orginally posted by Das-FX

Greetings,

I'm a 27-year-old 1st Generation Indo-Canadian, born of Bengali parents from Calcutta. My parents came here in the mid 1960's and have lived a good life in this country.

Many (not all) have not achieved the life they were hoping for in this great country. What is to blame? Many of you blame is on racism, which is an easy thing to do as it shifts the blame for failure from oneself to someone else. Although racism exists, it is not as prevalent as some of your would suggest.



Your being born to Indian does not make you an Indian.
Most important fact is that a successful Indian turns out to be a supper flop in Canada. How do you justify? Or you want to say a High school pass out from Canada is a better choice to supervise foreign trained professional!!! How come you dont find white's on shop floor working $10/hr job?????
Any expert advise sir!!!

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Post ID: 47761 14-05-05 08:39:11
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mercury6
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Orginally posted by manjeet444


Its really rude to speak in your native language in the presence of other people who don't understand a word of it.

I still don't like canada and have my own reason for it. One of the reasons is the presence of desis like these.

~M



That would be a unique reason to leave any place.

The above habit is a sign of bad manners and not exclusive to Desis.
I have seen many others incl successful people do that.




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Post ID: 47762 14-05-05 08:42:16
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Das-FX
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mercury6
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Orginally posted by Das-FX

As for your claim that a sucessful Indian turns out to be a super flop here in Canada is not always true. Unless I see some hard statistics, I won't comment on this point. Every blue colour job is not done by immigrants. There are lots of Caucasians who do such job where immigrants hold white colour jobs.



Lets forget about hard statistics.....there are studies done which suggest something is wrong with the system. Do a search here and you will find. Almost all of them dont paint a good picture.

Have you worked inside an establishement where manual or other kinds of labor is involved?

I think Charlie is right there.

Mind you this is labor we are talking about. No soft skills etc come into picture here. We are talking of physically intensive and very repetitive work here. Most requite literally days of training, sometimes even less.

Also throw some more light on your travels to other provinces that helped you to reach your conclusion.
Where did you go and what did you exactly do to gather information related to the the topic?

Till that time i will believe a guy who actually works in such a job.

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Das-FX
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mercury6
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Orginally posted by Das-FX


Why do they do these jobs, well because these are the jobs available to them. I'm of Indian decent and I seriously doubt I would do cleaning or hard labour. Do the people born here have a sense of having a higher standing than immigrants. Yes. We feel this way not because we are racist or mean. It is hard to explain why?





Maybe those are the Jobs that are mostly available to them.

About sense of higher standing,
It maybe hard to explain, but give it a try. i really would like to know.
Please dont mind me probing you too much. i just want to know.
If you dont want to, thats allright too.

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Yes. It is wrong, yes, but it is human nature. Look at in India; you have so many levels of discrimination.



Absolutely right. But we are talking about Canada.
In other thread we have already concluded that India has a lot of problems.
Thats why we left it. To be rid of it. If immigrants face some of those problems here then the questioning starts.

Its good that you admit Canada is not perfect.
Because thats impossible. For any country or groups of people.


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You may suffer, and may struggle all yourself here, but your children who will be born here and brought up here will live a much better life.



I really am not here for my kids. I am here for myself.

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