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    Posted: 31 Oct 2013 at 2:26pm

Dear Sir /Madam, 

I am Murphy Zhang, a 29 year old man from Shenzhen China, in GuangDong Province.

Today I am contacting you for information about becoming a temporary foreign worker in Canada.

I met a Canadian English teacher in my city, and he told me to contact your services.

Whatever the job is skilled, semi-skilled or unskilled labor, I am willing to do it.  

The Canadian man told me there're a lot of employment opportunities in Canada, and the pay is good.

I am a university graduate, and I can read, write, and speak English. Attached to this email is my resume.

Any further reply would be highly appreciated. Thanks.

Regards, 

Murphy Zhang

Address: Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

Cellphone No.: 0086-139-2886-9896

E-mail: [email protected]

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Canadian companies must obtain permission form Citizenship and Immigration Canadian to hire foreign workers and this is only given if there is a shortage of Canadian workers in that profession. Since Canada has over 7% unemployment and over 52% of Canadian have a university degree (and 64% some form of post-secondary diploma) the only job offers are either highly skilled (doctors, nurses, engineers, etc.) or seasonal work (farming, ski resorts, etc.)
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