DUBAI, UAE, April 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Skills International Announces New Conferences
Moving to another country with no confirmed job could severely impact your finances and harm your future career prospects, says global talent expert Rohail Khan, CEO at Singapore-based Skills International Global Holdings Pte. LTD.
After more than 1,100 professionals packed two March conferences in Dubai, UAE, to hear Khan speak, the firm has announced a series of online conferences for professionals throughout the Middle East and other countries to help them navigate a career path that involves a move to Canada.
"We have scheduled FirstLook Web Conferences every Saturday at 11 am and 8:30 pm IST time beginning 4 April," says Khan. Registration is at www.CanadaJobs2015.com.
The free, interactive 90-minute conferences, will feature Khan or other Skills International global talent experts explaining Canada's revolutionary new Express Entry global talent recruiting pipeline and how to avoid making big mistakes that could negatively impact an individual's career. "We have seen many professionals fall prey to those 'Get there quick' pitches," says Khan. "Even if you are able to legally get to Canada or any country, we have seen highly skilled talent end up in survival jobs," Khan says. "Avoiding this one mistake could save you hundreds of thousands - or even millions - of dollars in future earnings and wealth.
"It could cost you in the first year alone more than US $70,000 when you quit your current job, go to the new country and then spend your savings while searching for a suitable job," he says.
Khan says professionals who register for the FirstLook Web Conferences 'will learn how having a more certain path and longer term view of their future will help position themselves for maximum earning power and wealth-building.'
Khan said professionals from the UAE are becoming members of Skills International following the March conferences. "Our members are already receiving invitations to apply for permanent residency from the Canadian government, which puts them on a fast track to fulfilling their dreams of a great career and lifestyle in Canada," Khan says.
About Skills International
Skills International is a global talent, career management, executive search and human capital management firm serving members and employers all over the world with offices, staff and/or board members located in India, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Canada, and the United States. On the web at www.skillsinternational.com and www.canadajobs2015.com.
SOURCE Skills International Global Holdings Pte Ltd