After earning your bachelor's degree, you may wonder if you should pursue a M.S. in the U.S. or a job in Canada. While both are good options, you need to figure out what your exact goals are before pursuing either. First, consider that earning a M.S. in either country can increase your earning potential and help you secure a more lucrative position in your field. However, if there is a lack of jobs in your field in the U.S., you may want to continue your education to bolster your professional opportunities in the future. You should also consider staying in the U.S. for higher education if you have a desire to remain in the country. On the other hand, if you want to experience a new country without straying too far from home, you should look at the different job opportunities available to you in Canada. Start by refining your resume
to make yourself more attractive to Canadian employers. You should also look into work permit requirements and determine if making the move to Canada is the right decision based on your current circumstances.