Why Nova Scotia?
Nova Scotia is a new province and offers the quality of life which has been disappearing from most urban areas where high paying jobs are available. Here people get to experiment with their skills and settle down for a good life very easily, as long as they have the right skills.
This country is a rare combination of natural beauty that blankets everything in Nova Scotia, complimenting the jobs and hard work that people put in. Here people don’t hurry like they do in most cities. Life works out on a pace that allows you to keep family, recreation and work – everything in close quarters and inter-related. So here, you don’t miss out on anything in life.
High Demand Skills
If you have specialized skills in any of the following categories, you’ll find a high level of interest from employers in Nova Scotia:
· Medical Occupations & Health Care
· Financial Sector
· Internet Technology & Communications
· Environmental Management
· Film & Television Production
· Life Sciences
· Transportation & Warehousing
· Business &Personal Services
· Natural Resources (Fishing, Mining, Forestry and Others) –
All these skills are well sought after and a very nice way of settlement in Nova Scotia.
Subsidized child care attracts a lot of working parents to Nova Scotia. It is financial assistance to help low income families pay for child centre costs while they are working, attending educational institutions, or have special child care needs.
To be eligible for the child care subsidy program, you must meet certain income and employment standards. Here are some examples of who’s eligible:
· Single parents, for working and attending school
· Two parent families
· Legal and non-legal guardians who need help provide care
· Referrals that come from community resources on behalf of families who need financial assistance
We at Migrate Me help you get the benefits from among these available, which help your family and children get the best services.
You may find that living in Canada is very different than your former country. There are many different types of living accommodations in Nova Scotia for you to choose from:
PRIVATELY OWNED RENTAL HOUSING
The most common type of housing, where you pay monthly rent to a landlord or company who owns and maintains the house or apartment.
A type of subsidized living arrangement where some of the residents pay rent that is adjusted to their income, and others pay rent that is closer to market prices. Together, they care for and manage the housing co-op by sharing duties and responsibilities. There is generally a waiting list to be assigned to any type of subsidized housing so if you want to apply, you should do so as soon as you possibly can.
Similar to co-operative housing because rent is adjusted to the income of its inhabitants. Public housing is built or funded by the government for families with lower or modest incomes.
PRIVATE HOME OWNERSHIP
The private ownership of a home by an individual or couple. Many people in Nova Scotia purchase their own home when they begin raising a family.
Migrate Me helps you get a good and reliable shelter before you move to Nova Scotia.
Overall, a Great Shift
Moving to Nova Scotia is both rewarding and progressive. We at Migrate Me assist you all the way form deciding your visa, helping to apply for your selected skill to a lot more services.
Our consultants are government registered and know exactly what you need to hop over to Nova Scotia for sure!