No Canadian Experience, Eh? A Career Success Guide for New Immigrants

No Canadian Experience, Eh? is a handy companion for every professional immigrant thinking of moving to Canada or those who have already arrived and need guidance in understanding the Canadian job search landscape. It is a toolkit of career coaching techniques for anyone trying to understand what it takes to succeed in today’s competitive job market. More
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About Daisy Wright

Daisy Wright is a Certified Career Management Coach who has won several awards, and has gained a reputation as one of Canada's top career and employment strategists. Through her company, The Wright Career Solution, she offers job search and career coaching to mid- to senior-level professionals as well as to internationally-educated professionals.

As a result of writing her innovative book, No Canadian Experience, Eh?, a first of its kind resource that addresses the job search plight of new immigrants to Canada, she has received recognition and endorsement from organizations, government officials and other Canadian career leaders. For two years, she was the Career Advisor to "The Link", a CBC Radio Canada International program.

Her corporate work experience began in Jamaica, continued with the United Nations in New York where she honed her ability to understand and work with people from a variety of cultures. In Canada she worked in banking and manufacturing environments before launching her business. She also taught in the Executive Administration program at Sheridan College.

In 2011, she was awarded an Alumni of Distinction Award from Conestoga College, and was a nominee for the 2011 Zonta Women of Achievement Award. To learn more about her, visit her websites at:

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