Canada is the top destination for immigrants from across the world. This is as a result of record breaking low level of unemployment in Canada. Canada Job market is very hot right now with over 400,000 full time Job being added in the past year making unemployment sitting at a record low of 5.8 per cent.
Before now people said, you can only find Job top/large cities of Canada but today the reverse is the case, as there are cities from all regions of the country showing up in Job rankings. According to reports from bank of Montreal it shows the boom is benefiting people in all regions of the country.
So the question now is what is the best city to find job in Canada. Here we going to rank the cities base on bank of Montreal’s Labour Market Report Card: Thou Job in canada does not specifically limit to this cities, you can as well spread out, as you might find your dream Job in other Cities not listed here.
Best 10 Cities To Find A Job In Canada
- Moncton, New Brunswick
- Abbotsford, British Columbia
- Oshawa, Ontario
- Vancouver, British Columbia
- Kelowna, British Columbia
- Toronto, Ontario
- Quebec City, Quebec
- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Edmonton, Alberta
- Halifax, Nova Scotia
“Moncton sits at the top of the pack, which will probably raise some eyebrows, but keep in mind these smaller cities can move a lot,” the report says. “While the city has attracted some increased business investment, the level of employment sat near a six-year low in 2017, hence the high growth rate.”
Major cities also feature strongly in the top 10, with Vancouver coming in at No 4 and Toronto at No 6. Montreal sits in 16thplace on the list of the 33 most populated cities. When Canada’s major cities are prospering, it sets a trend for the rest of the country.
Six out of Canada’s 10 provinces are seeing job growth of up to 3 per cent, with only Newfoundland & Labrador showing a negative over the last year. Alberta’ jobs growth was flat a year ago, but is now at 1.8 per cent.
While British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec are still performing well, “the divide is not nearly as wide in their favour as it was over the past two years,” the BMO report notes, “nor is it swinging back into Alberta’s favour as it was for much of the decade through 2014.”
Worst Cities to Find Job in Canada
- Saint John, New Brunswick
- St. John’s, Newfoundland
- Brantford, Ontario
- Barrie, Ontario
- Sudbury, Ontario
Not that there are no Jobs in those cities but the Jobless rate and employment growth percentage is worst than every other city. According to reports Saint John, new Brunswick has Employment growth of -10.4% over the past year while St John, newfound land has jobless rate 8.6% and employment growth of -4%. Brantford, Barrie and Sudbury, Ontario has jobless rate of 6.7%, 8.8% and 6.8% respectively.