Canada Jobs for Unskilled Immigrants Workers

By | July 28, 2019

3. Saskatchewan

While Saskatchewan has only 8,200 unfilled skilled and unskilled workers, this province focuses more on industries such as gastronomy, catering and trucking. Below you will find an overview of the areas that are particularly suitable for applying for these positions and offer specific positions.

Project for the hospitality sector

You must have a high school education, work for at least six months in Saskatchewan on a temporary work permit and have a command of English. The following positions are on the list of vacancies:

  • Food/Beverage Server
  • Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Assistant
  • Home management/cleaning personnel

long-distance truck driver project

Start working in Canada as a truck driver with a temporary work permit. You’ll need a Class 1A driver’s license, a full-time job offer with a licensed shipping company and have been working in Saskatchewan for six months. Another benefit of this program is the trucker’s salary, which can be up to $70,000 per year.