Canadian work experience
Work experience and strong language skills can result in more points for a candidate. If a candidate gets CLB 9 or higher and if the candidate has just one or two years of skilled work experience outside of Canada, he or she can get 25 points. However, if the same candidate has three years of experience instead of two, he or she can get an additional of 25 points. Furthermore, if a candidate has worked in Canada, their options are higher because points can be obtained for up to five years of experience and because this factor is valued as itself, not only in combination with other factors. In fact, if a candidate has Canadian work experience, he or she can get up to 80 points in the CRS. It is also important for candidates to update their profile with any work experience because it can be valuable for a PNP category. Candidates have to keep in mind that cities like Ontario, are facing a human capital shortage in the tech sector. This city requires people with work experience in careers such as Telecommunication Carriers Managers, Computer and Information Systems Managers, Electrical and Electronics Engineers and Computers Engineers. Candidates with work experience in ICT (Information Communications Technology) occupations can be eligible to get a notification of Interest that can become in an invitation to apply for provincial nomination, even if the candidate scored less than 400 points in the CRS.