My first job in Canada

Posted on: 8 Jul 2020

a women reading a book in front of trees

My Employment Counsellor supported me in many areas including settlement, transportation and understanding labour market in Canada. She helped me make an employment goal to start my career with some entry-level jobs.


Lisa - A story of courage and determination!

Posted on: 26 Jun 2020

A girl in yellow dress chasing bird  up a mountain

"When I first encountered my amazing Employment Counsellor, I absolutely knew I had come to the right place; I felt truly heard! I felt that everyone I encountered at WorkBC wanted me to be successful and my Employment Counsellor was my greatest cheerleader.


Scott - Turning dreams into reality

Posted on: 4 Jun 2020

person holding lightbulb

"The jobs that I had did not last very long. They were sufficient enough to only keep the bills paid, the roof over my kids' heads and put food in their stomach"


Shweta - Fast track to success

Posted on: 29 May 2020

woman standing

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


Puneet - Overcoming familial barriers

Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

Woman sitting

"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."


Gagan's adaptation to new challenges

Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

women in yellow dress with long black hair

"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."


Syed - Challenging the comfort zone

Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

Man sitting at computer desk

"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."


Nimriti's job search process as a learning curve

Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

Girl with a blue pencil in her hand

"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!"


Allan's hard work paid off

Posted on: 7 Feb 2020

boy siting on his study table looking back

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