15 Aug

Record Low Unemployment, Still 397,400 Jobs Vacant In Canada

Posted by George Hoadley

Labor market studies would confuse even King Solomon. Things seem a little topsy-turvy in Canada. We are experiencing a very low unemployment rate, which is good. On the other hand, job vacancies have increased. Second Quarter, 2018 shows a job vacancy rate of 3.1%. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business Help Wanted Report notes this is the highest vacancy rate observed in the last 14 years. Approximately 400,000 jobs have been vacant for four months.

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1 Aug

The Importance of Networking in Landing a Job

Posted by Jamie Dargie

Canada’s employers have a great demand for Information Technology professionals and engineers. It does not mean hiring offers are automatic because competition is fierce. A person will be up against highly qualified rivals and need a competitive edge. Many times, people are trapped in a traditional mindset when it comes to job hunting. They will rely on responding to want ads and sending out resumes, hoping for the best. That is not very efficient and it can result in lost opportunities. IT and engineering professionals must understand that they must go the extra mile in order to land that perfect job.

Networking is part of the process.

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18 Jul

How Much Should I Get Paid?

Posted by Dominique Perras

Working pro bono is commendable but it does not pay the bills. IT professionals and engineers have a skill set that is in great demand by employers. These highly talented folks justifiably ask for wages that are above what an average worker earns. Nevertheless, both IT technicians and engineers must be careful.

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Topics: Job Search, salary
11 Jul

The Toronto Job Boom: GTA is at the Center of Canada's Employment Spurt

Posted by Jamie Dargie

The market for jobs in Canada is robust and this is not idle chat. “Statistics Canada” noted that our country added 78,600 jobs in December only and 2017 saw 422,000 jobs created, the strongest percentage growth in 14 years. People looking for employment in Canada have some fairly nice opportunities depending on where they live. Right now, there is a career volcano about to erupt with a large flow of job opportunities. Its name is Toronto.

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4 Jul

Construction Industry: Set for Growth in Vancouver and Toronto

Posted by George Hoadley

Construction industry is on an upswing. After enduring a difficult 2017, this year has witnessed a rebound of sorts with builders looking for all types of construction workers to get their projects up and running. As per an industry report by IBISWorld, the commercial building construction industry in Canada is nearing a mature phase now and is set to grow at 1.5% annualized rate till 2023.

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