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Tourism on the Rise: Jobs in High Demand

Tourism provides a vital stimulus to Canada’s economic growth. As it stands, tourism represents more of Canada’s GDP than agriculture, forestry and fisheries combined. With 18 million annual visitors, it brings in over $80 billion-a-year. Just last year, Canada saw a record-breaking number of international arrivals with 20.8 million trips. Having a brilliant world-wide reputation Continued »

Top 10 Highest Paying STEM Degrees: IT On Top

According to a recent report, Adzuna has revealed which Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) degrees will lead to the highest salaries after graduation. Engineering graduates are offered the biggest paychecks The research, conducted in September 2018, looked at the average salaries of job ads that wanted applicants holding a specific STEM degree. IT came Continued »

Major Increase in Full-time Employment Due To Change Of Season

Full-time work is becoming more popular than ever before. Following two months of increases, employment fell by 52,000 jobs in August. In a recent report from Statistics Canada report as of August 2018, part-time employment declined with 92,000 jobs. On the contrary, full-time work increased with a whopping 326,000 jobs (2.2%). In the past year, Continued »

11 ‘Second Jobs’ That Can Add $18K To Your Income

One in four Brits now have a second job to boost their income. Whether it’s to save for a property, make a dream job more realistic, or just to make ends meet, a side hustle is a great way to improve your lifestyle and even gain useful experience outside your usual work. Luckily, there are Continued »

Make Your IT Job-Search Moves In These Top Provinces

With Artificial Intelligence becoming a way of life and Information Technology (IT) taking over the job industry, according to Statistics Canada’s recent Labour Force Survey, employment in professional, scientific and technical services rose by 17,000 in May 2018 due to gains in Ontario. On a year-over-year basis, employment in this industry was up by 31,000 Continued »