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Is an MS in Canada a better option than in the U.S.? How would you compare the pay packages and job opportunities of the two?

This question was originally posted by me ~2yrs back although it is now merged with some other question it's time for me to answer this. I'll try to cover things that were not covered by others. I'll start with my story I've completed my PG here in Canada from College in Aug 2016(Recent Grad) and currently working as Full Stack Web Developer for a well established organization, I can say one thing if you are from CS background and wants to do masters or PG in Canada I'm pretty sure you are choosing the right country(Sorry I don't have much info about other industries, I'll try to add once I've) , At present in Toronto, waterloo, kitchner, Vancouver there is a lot of happening on startup's also these cities are tauted as a next big startup hub's of North America with DMZ Ryerson in toronto incubating more than 500 startup(including some from Ryerson students) this is not only a good sign for entrepreneurial students(US students have so many restrictions regarding this with new OPT rules but Canada welcomes entrepreneur's ) I see lot of people asking questions like "How is the job market in Canada?" I can say one thing that talent gets appreciated here! No "BS" (Keep in mind no consultancies are there to help you!) But volunteering in your field of study to gain required experience will fetch you a good job(l'm one of those guys who volunteered). In terms of culture and heritage people are very generous and friendly here, Because most of the people we see here were immigrants to Canada some or the other time so they know your pain everyone are respected here. Canada is very peaceful ranks #8 on global Peace index where as USA ranks #103 on Global Peace Index, Toronto is ranked as #1 city to live in the world by The Economist in 2015 check These are the best cities in the world. In terms of work permit's after your education you don't need a job offer to fetch a work permit in Canada( I'm pretty sure with new OPT rules in USA one needs a full-time job offer to extend it beyond 12 months). Canada is very cost effective especially for international students as 1CAD = 0.77 USD so you can complete your degree for a reasonable tuition fee, Beware it's very cold here! You will see -40°C some times in most of the parts(Vancouver is an exception). To conclude I personally Feel it's a very good country to study, work and settle(So yes! good for long run). Feel free to post any questions in comments I'll be happy to answer.

How often do universities get sued?

All the time.I searched my old alma mater York University (Toronto) on the Canadian legal decisions site CanLII. 320 cases came up. That covers a period of about 40 years, so that’s roughly 8 reported decisions per year. That includes ones where they were the plaintiff (they recently had to sue their facilities manager for embezzlement). Human rights tribunal proceedings are very common. Hardly any cases show up in the reports, so multiply 320 by a couple of orders of magnitude and you would probably average 80–100 cases a year.Our downtown rival the University of Toronto clocked in at 269 decisions during the same period of time. The other Toronto University, Ryerson, clocked in at 88, but it hasn’t been a University very long. Ryerson Polytechnic adds another 5.One of the most embarrassing cases against York only involved them marginally. They just finished a subway extension that stops at York, but during construction there was a dispute between one of the contractors working on the station and the Toronto Transit Commission, which paid for the work. The contractor successfully filed a lien against York because the station was on its property.

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