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New Post 8/17/2010 8:50 PM
User is offline essaad
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please help business analyst canada? 

hi guys i am a fresh business analyst i have done the training in nj usa and moved to canada for familly issues i have posted my resume in all the search engines but i had no replies did anybody went through this befor or does anybody know how the market is in canda montreal, i keep getting calls from us companies but nothing from canada? please if anybody now a consulting or a placement compny please let me know thank you?


New Post 8/23/2010 8:10 AM
User is offline Jarett Hailes
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Re: please help business analyst canada? 

Hi Essaad,

I am not sure what part of Canada you are in so my suggestions are general - it is a big country and there is a lot of variation in opportunities between cities/provinces.

Here are a few recruiters that have a fairly big national presence:

SI Systems -

Eagle Placement -

Sapphire -

These agencies focus on contract placement, which may be difficult for you to get if you are a junior BA.  However they sometimes have permanent placements and would be a good place to ask about other agencies that focus on permanent employee positions.

Here's one that is more employee focused:

David Aplin -

Other than that use Indeed and look for BA jobs in your area - look for positions that list a specific HR contact and call them up directly to learn more about what they're looking for. Good luck!

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