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on 13 Aug 2018

Hi,

I am a Canadian Citizen from Montreal.  I left on an assignment to Sydney Australia with KPMG 10 years ago and progressed into succesfull career as a CFO and EGM abroad. 

I am bilingual and hold Canadian accounting licenses and university post-grad education.

I would like to return home and think have lots to offer from the experience acquired abroad. Would you have some advice where to start?

Cheers

Mark

Daniela de Castro on 21 Aug 2018 - 14:20

Hi Mark

The competition for jobs in Canada is steep, but with your qualifications and experience, it shouldn't be too difficult to find work. Have a look at our guides to working in Canada and Montreal for some general information on the job market and ideas on where to start your job hunt. Our guide to the cost of living in Canada may also be helpful to you if you're unsure of what to expect from your expenses back home. 

Hope this helps!

- Daniela

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