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India native pursuing an architecture degree from Northeastern University in Toronto and is also pursuing a post-graduate degree in advanced construction management; has almost 1 year of job experience; worked as a project engineer in vConstruct, Pune for 4 months and as a project coordinator in a small real estate company for 6 months.

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Question: What are the chances of me landing a job in Canada after pursuing a master's in project management from Northeastern University Toronto, as I have pursued architecture in India and also got a post-graduation in advanced construction management. After completing my studies I have almost 1 year of job experience, in that 1 Year I worked as a project engineer in vConstruct, Pune for 4 months and as a project coordinator in a small real estate company for 6 months.

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The chances of you landing a job in Canada after persuing a Master's degree in Project Management from Northeastern University Toronto depends on a few factors, such as your academic qualifications, the demand for project management professionals in Canada, and how competitive you are compared to other job seekers with similar qualifications. Having experience as a project engineer and project coordinator will help you stand out from other applicants and demonstrate your capability in the field. You should also research which Canadian companies are looking for project management expertise, and consider applying for roles that are best suited to your skills and interests. Additionally, you may consider utilizing online job boards and professional networks such as LinkedIn to find job opportunities in Canada.

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Jan. 24, 2023, 7:51 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, January 24, 2023

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