Puneet - Overcoming familial barriers

Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

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"I escaped domestic violence and was a single mother for 5 years. I worked in a production plant to support my family and lost all hope of getting back in the nursing field."

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Syed - Challenging the comfort zone

Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

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"I came to Canada a long time ago, but had to go back to Bangladesh. Upon my return to Canada several years later, I found that I was struggling to get employed due to changes in the accounting field."

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Shweta - Fast track to success

Posted on: 29 May 2020

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"I came to the country as a new immigrant and was unemployed for 2 months"

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Gagan's adaptation to new challenges

Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

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"I decided that I should start looking for transferable or survival job, rather than being unemployed. I tend to view it positively, as a new exposure to different work culture and different way of doing things."

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Nimriti's job search process as a learning curve

Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

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"I gained my confidence back, started earning again, and it helped my self-esteem a lot. It has been a blessing to have the support of WorkBC and to know that someone has your back!"

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Allan's hard work paid off

Posted on: 7 Feb 2020

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"You always have to put in work to get what you really want in life. In the end, it all pays off!"

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Roselyn's struggles for her dream job

Posted on: 7 Feb 2020

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"The career assessments confirmed that Office Administration was a good field for me. My training application was approved and I graduated with honors from a nine months long Office Administration program. After the practicum my employer hired me. I am so happy!!"

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Ahmed - Facing change

Posted on: 7 Feb 2020

Ahmed - Facing change

"I left behind a well-established career to move to Canada. After coming here, I had to face many more challenges but managed to achieve a prestigious SCMP designation. However, I had a few concerns and needed help with a clear direction."

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