President Bukele’s government administers recruitment for Salvadorans in Canada

A new unit of Salvadorans left this morning for Canada to work for two years, thanks to the Labor Department’s Labor Migration Program.

The objective of the program is to promote the employment integration of Salvadorans, through regular, orderly and safe migration to countries where job opportunities are identified.

The Minister of Labour, Rolando Castro, noted: “This is the final part where this process takes place. The Ministry of Labor team has worked with the Canadian Consulate to make this happen.”

Castro stated that thanks to a Salvadoran businesswoman who lives in Canada, these opportunities are opening up for Salvadorans in that country.

“Once our compatriot arrives, you will arrive with better opportunities, under a program that has the full support of the government,” said the Labor teacher.

On her part, Bertha Alicia Parada, a beneficiary of the Labor Migration Program said: “In these two years we will raise the name of El Salvador so that the program can continue. Thank you to President Neb Bukele for his faith and support for this project.”

This strategy seeks to influence the generation of better employment opportunities for Salvadorans.

“Now they are traveling to get a job that respects human dignity, under social benefits and guarantees,” the labor minister said upon his dismissal from the battalion.

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