Rise in Job Numbers in Five Canadian Provinces in August
According to StatsCan Labour Force Survey, the employment sector in Canada has increased significantly in August as a result of the rise in part-time work. As compared to the rest of the country, three industrial sectors and five Canadian provinces like Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan saw the maximum employment gains.
Ontario: part-time work in wholesale and retail
When it comes to job opportunities in Canada, Ontario is the hub for professionals. Last month, it offered a large number of Canadian jobs with an increase of 58,000 net new jobs in part-time work. On comparing the employment rate at the same time last year, Ontario was up by 250,000, which marked a year-over-year increase of 3.5 per cent.
Interested ones can apply to the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) to become eligible for work or study experience in the province. It offers multiple immigration options to skilled foreign workers including its three immigration streams linked to the Federal Express Entry system.
Quebec: finance, insurance, real estate, leasing
Quebec stands out from the rest of the Canadian provinces because of its different language culture and immigration program. It has its own rules and regulation for immigration to access the entry of skilled and eligible candidates in the province that can occupy its large number of vacant job profiles.
Last month, it offered an additional 20,000 net new jobs and with that its employment rates rose for the second month in a row. Majority of new job numbers were available in the finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing industries. On comparing the employment rate with the same time last year, Quebec was up by over year increase of 112,000 or 2.6 per cent.
Interested ones can apply to the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) to become eligible for work or study experience in the province.
Manitoba: professional, scientific, and technical services
Last month, Manitoba marked its first notable increase of 2019 with an increase of 5,200 job numbers in the province’s professional, scientific, and technical services sector. Compared with July, these industries saw the most gains with an increase of 5.5 per cent and a year-over-year increase of 8.5 per cent compared to August 2018.
Interested ones can apply to Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) to become eligible for work, stay and study in the province. Foreign workers with experience in the in-demand occupations have more chances to get nominations through the province for PR.
Saskatchewan: various service-producing industries
Last month, an increase of 2,800 jobs in the number of industries in the service-producing sector of Saskatchewan dropped down the unemployment rate to 5.1 per cent. On comparing the employment rate at the same time last year, employment in the province grew by 2.2 per cent or 13,000 jobs.
Interested ones can apply to Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) to become eligible for work, stay and study in the province. Its popular immigration stream, International Skilled Worker targets candidates with work experience in one of 19 in-demand occupations, among other criteria.
New Brunswick: information, culture, and recreation
New Brunswick also performed well in establishing new jobs for its residents. In August, the province’s information, culture, and recreation industry grew nine per cent over July and 22 per cent compared with the same time last year.
Interested ones can apply to New Brunswick through the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NB PNP) to become eligible for work, stay and study in the province.
Industries with most employment gains
In August, professional, scientific, and technical services industry created 109,000 net new jobs as compared to August 2018, which marked an increase of 7.4 per cent. According to Statistics Canada, this was the fastest rate of growth among all major industrial sectors.
Similarly, job numbers in the finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing industry also grew by 22,000 in the last month which marked an over-year increase of 46,000, or 3.9 per cent. The employment grew in the educational services by 35,000, or 2.6 per cent, compared to last year, mostly in Quebec.
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