Gains in part-time work in Canada have increased employment significantly

Gains in part-time work in Canada have increased employment significantly

Ontario, Canada, produced an increase of almost 58,000 jobs last week in the part-time sector. This means that there was a 3.5% increase in jobs since last year in August 2018.

The Ontario Nominee Program offers jobs to skilled foreigners, through which they can later immigrate to Canada. It doesn’t require a job offer to be eligible for this program.

Quebec’s employment rate has risen for two months in a row, this time making a total of almost 200,000 jobs as of August. These were mostly centered in the finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing sectors. The employment was up by 2.6%.

Immigrants who wish to go to Quebec must apply for Quebec Selection Certificate CSQ. Immigrations programs are open for both students and the working class.

Job in Manitoba grew by 5,200 compared to last year. This was said to be the first-ever notable increase of the year in the province. Most gains occurred in the professional, scientific, and technical services, with an 8.5% increase compared to August last year.

Many pathways are provided by the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) for immigrants who wish to go there. Skilled workers with work experience where it’s most demanded, and with families are eligible for this program.

Overall, in August this year, there was a whopping 109,000 increase in jobs related to the professional, scientific and technical sector all over Canada compare to last year, making it an increase of almost 7.6%. This sector has seen the fastest growth rate among all other industrial areas. Jobs in the finance sector increased by 22,000, which is a 3.6% increase compared to last year. This sector’s growth was focused mostly in Ontario and Quebec.

The educational sector of the country saw an increase of 35,000 jobs compared to last year, making it almost a 2.6% increase. This was focused mainly in Quebec.