The Bureau of Emigration & Overseas Employment Pakistan serves as the official government platform for Pakistanis seeking overseas employment opportunities. Currently, there are approximately 146,241 foreign jobs available for aspiring workers looking to migrate.
To apply, Pakistani nationals can visit the bureau’s website and input their expertise field or choose from a diverse range of available jobs. The website allows job seekers to refine their search based on specific countries, work visas, and expected salary ranges.
Upon identifying a suitable job, applicants can click on the corresponding digits in the ‘Permission No.’ column. This action redirects them to another tab containing detailed information about the job, including perks and privileges. Additionally, the page offers contact details for the employer, their representative, or the Overseas Employment Promoter. This information enables applicants to seek further clarification or address any queries they may have regarding the job.
Canada Launches 2024 Remote Work Visa For Digital Nomads, Boosting Global Talent Influx
Meanwhile, Canada has announced its plans to introduce a remote work visa tailored for freelancers and digital nomads in 2024, aligning with the evolving landscape of the labor market.
The initiative aims to attract global talent by allowing individuals to temporarily reside in the country while working remotely, eliminating the need for physical presence in Canadian offices.
A specialized visa will be granted to digital nomads, defined as independent contractors capable of working from any location within Canada. This move reflects an international trend where countries are simplifying procedures to accommodate remote work, addressing challenges in finding qualified workforce.
Previously, digital nomads were limited to a maximum of six months on tourist visas in Canada. The government is now formulating a comprehensive “tech talent strategy” to enhance its workforce by attracting foreign workers. Isabelle Dubois, spokesperson for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, highlighted the anticipated benefits, expecting some digital nomads to choose Canada as a base and contribute their skills to local employers.