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Are You an Internationally Trained Professional Looking to Continue Your Career in Canada?

Career Loans provides career counselling and microloans of up to $15,000 to help skilled immigrants fulfill their career goals in Canada.

Key Features:

✔ Micro Loans up to $15,000

✔ Low-interest rates
(prime + 2%)

✔ FREE one-on-one Career Counselling

✔ Loan repayment up to 4 years

✔ Funded by Government of Canada

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• Make a plan and tell someone when you’ll be back.
• Dress for the conditions and bring extra clothes.
• Bring a map or GPS (not just your phone!).

For the second #blog of our Career Exploration series, we examine some useful resources to help you find your dream job. Read it now on the #CareerLoans website.

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