I have received a student visa for September intake in Conestoga College in Kitchener. I would like to know about part-time job opportunities available in Kitchener for IT professionals.

I would really appreciate if someone can please shed some insights about jobs in Canada, and share their experiences.

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    Have you asked Conestoga College's "Career Hub" what information and support they might provide for student work? – David Jul 12 at 13:57
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    I don't know, I'm neither a student there nor a prospective student. But have you asked them? – David Jul 12 at 14:35
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    You've made a rather high number of spelling and grammar errors so I'd suggest that you would want to concentrate more, in addition to your course work, on improving your English skills to at least the admittedly less than rigorous standards of a community college than worrying about your employment prospects. You ought to also demonstrate a slightly higher degree of independence and initiative in your research for your question. – C'est Moi Jul 17 at 1:09
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    I'm not C'est Moi, but I have edited your title and question for grammar, spelling, use of italics, and capitalization. If you click on the "edited x minutes ago" line above my picture, you can see the original text and the edits. I agree fully with C'est Moi's comments about improving your English skills. You will be a far more attractive applicant for any type of work if your English writing improves. More independence and initiative will also be useful. – David Jul 17 at 17:24
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    Fourth, the Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge area, although more of a swingin' hot-spot of technology than say Guelph, isn't teeming with it and most openings you would be looking for would be filled by co-ops so the probability is that any work you actually find would involve needing to to know about the concept of a double-double. – C'est Moi Jul 17 at 23:15