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Subject:Re: Americans working in Canada From:Candace Bamber <cbamber -at- CASTEK -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 9 Apr 1998 08:33:27 -0400
Julie Knoeller wrote:
> Perhaps someone out there in Canada could tell me what the chances are of
> Americans getting hired in technical communications jobs in Canada...
> it happen, or are there enough Canadians to fill all the jobs? As someone
> who wouldn't AT ALL mind relocating....
and Bruce Byfield replied:
> But the bottom line is that, in Vancouver, experienced writers can be
> as busy as they want to be.
I'm in Toronto trying to fill a position for my company. As in Vancouver,
the market is hot and experienced writers are at a premium. I'm having a
heck of a time even getting resumes from people, let alone finding someone
to actually hire, and I know I'm not alone - I keep getting emails from
cooleagues at other companies asking whether I know anyone who is
I posted the position I have available on Monday. I mysteriously didn't
receive my digest for that day, so I don't know whether others on digest
saw the post. If you didn't and would like a copy, send me an email
(mailto:cbamber -at- castek -dot- com) and I'll send you the posting right away. We
are taking American applicants quite seriously!
Candace Bamber mailto:cbamber -at- castek -dot- com
Castek Software Factory
221 Front Street East
Toronto, ON, M5A 1E8
416-777-2550 X 331