Following the footsteps of Amazon, Spotify, famous for ‘Audio streaming and Media services,’ plans to hire hundreds of employees in the top three immigration countries Canada, Australia, and Europe. This is to strengthen their advertising revenues.
Being the mammoth online retailer, Amazon announced to increase its employees in Canada by 15,000 in September 2020.
Similarly, Spotify is planning to expand its workforce in Canada.
Spotify, expanding the Tech Expansion Trend in Canada
Spotify plans to expand its wings by taking part in tech companies, choosing various tech developing countries to expand its operations widely.
These Tech firms are extensively looking to employ foreign nationals through various Canada’s economic immigration programs and other refugee programs.
In October 2021, the $230-billion information and communications industry in Canada collaborated with a non-profit organization that gets jobs for immigrants, especially for individuals from countries like:
Association with TECHNATION
To this great initiative, TECHNATION has given its support to immigrants around the world in Canada. As per the survey, Canada is taking the major share of the tech industry as it allows Tech workers to immigrate with ease through its various immigration policies, compared to other countries.
Canada attracting Investors through its progressive immigration policies
Canada being the top-notch country in attracting foreign nationals, introduced various pathways for highly-skilled tech workers along with PR (permanent residency). These includes:
Under these two streams, the visa applications will be processed within two weeks.
In 2021, after seeing the success rates in vaccination, the economy started resuming back, offering many opportunities for both new immigrants and temporary foreign workers.
These factors are the main reasons for welcoming candidates who are willing to immigrate to Canada.
Immigrants can opt for any of the following programs to get more benefits.
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