Top 10 Cities To Find A Job In Canada

Many immigrants in Canada today facing unemployment issues or difficulty in securing a job most likely did not carry out proper research on job availability city by city as employment rates in each of the cities are not the same.

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As a result of this, many are left with no other choice but to settle for whatever they can get even if it is way below their qualifications.

This doesn’t always have to be the case, although detailed information as this is a tad bit scarce on the internet space.

Following recent statistics, it has been proven that more job offers have been added to the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, and British Columbia.

This article contains a list of the top ten cities to find a job in Canada. Need access? Just Keep Scrolling!

Top 10 Cities in Canada For Job Hunters

Brantford, Ontario

Brantford is first on this list due to the astounding rate of employment increase in the previous year by 17.3 percent. The rate of unemployment in Brantford currently is a measly 3.6 percent. The employment rate is 67.7 percent while the unemployment rate change is 2.2 percent.

Ottawa, Ontario

The next in line in Ottawa. Ottawa has an unemployment rate of 4.4%, an employment rate of 67.6% almost the same as Brantford. The employment increase in the last 12 months is 8.3% while unemployment rate change is 0.2%

Kelowna, British Columbia

Kelowna comes in third with an increase in the employment rate of 5.7% in the last 12 months, the employment rate of 64.6%, an unemployment rate of 4.1%, and a change in the unemployment rate by 1.6%

Quebec City, Quebec

Quebec City has an employment rate of 67.0%, unemployment rate of 3.0%, unemployment rate change of 0.9%, and an increase in the employment rate of 2.7%

Calgary, Alberta

This is the fifth on the list with an unemployment rate of 7.1%, employment rate of 68.8%, unemployment rate change of 1.0%, and an increase in the employment rate of 6.1%

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 

In Saskatoon, the employment rate is 65.2%, increase in the employment rate is 2.8% in the last 12 months. The unemployment rate is 5.8% and the unemployment rate change in the last 12 months is 1.0%

Abbotsford British Columbia.

In Abbotsford, the rate of unemployment is at 5.0%, the unemployment rate change is 0.2%, the employment rate is 63.1% while the increase in employment is 4.7%

Halifax, Nova Scotia

The unemployment rate in Halifax is 5.7%, the unemployment rate change is 0.9 %, the employment rate is 64.7% while the increase in employment rate is 3.5%

Victoria, British Columbia

Here in Victoria, British Columbia, the unemployment rate is 3.2%, the unemployment rate change is 0.7%, the employment rate is at 61.3% while employment rate change is 0.4%

Toronto, Ontario

The rate of unemployment in Toronto currently is 5.8%, the unemployment rate change is 0.3%, the employment rate is 63.1% while employment rate change is 5.0%

Please note that this list is not arranged in any particular order. Also, the rate change  (unemployment and employment) in all the cities listed above is for the last 12 months.

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