No lack of nursing jobs in Canada

If the health needs of Canadians continue to change according to past trends, Canada will be short almost 60,000 full-time registered nurses by 2020. With a shortage of nurses and the growing number of nursing jobs in Canada, employers are crying out for suitably qualified candidates.

Nurses are critical for a healthy society and societal trends are increasing the need for nurses. The nursing shortage in Canada is going to worsen. There are simply many more jobs in nursing than there are nurses to fill them. Fortunately, nurses from the UK are prepared and eager to respond to the call.

There are many registered nursing positions in Canada that remain unfilled. Nursing journals, internet job boards and newspapers are filled with ads for jobs in nursing and still the shortage continues.

Canadian immigration policy contains several programmes for skilled workers such as the registered nurse. If you have at least one year of work experience in registered nursing practice, then you may be able to enter through the skilled worker programme.

If you do not have experience as a registered nurse but have completed your nursing education, you can try the provincial nominee programme.

The best place to get accurate information regarding work permits and visas is the Citizenship and Immigration Canada institution. They have a very good website offering clear and uncomplicated advice and direction.

There are sound, fundamental reasons why nursing jobs in Canada should be a very attractive professional choice. The profession attracts people dedicated to care and Canada attracts people dedicated to careers.

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