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[Infographic] Where are Canadians looking for work?

Where Canadians look for work
Peter Harris | Oct 19, 2014 10:07 am

Canadians are continuing to search for jobs outside of their home province in great numbers. Who is the most willing to move, and where are the top targeted destinations for work?


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Cashing a pay cheque

Minimum wage increases in Saskatchewan

Workopolis| Oct 7, 2014 2:00 pm


The approximately 15,000 workers in Saskatchewan who earn minimum wage just got a raise.



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The most sought-after soft skills by Canadian employers

The most sought after soft skills by Canadian employers

Peter Harris| Sep 25, 2014 4:18 pm


Surveys of Canadian employers show that it is your interpersonal skills at a job interview that will determine whether or not you get the job. Here are the most in-demand attributes to display.



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Regina, Saskatchewan

Report: The hottest Canadian city for economic growth in 2014?

Peter Harris| Sep 19, 2014 2:32 pm


The Conference Board of Canada’s ranking of Canadian cities as destinations for skilled workers reveals that two of the top three cities with the fastest growing economies are in Saskatchewan.



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Calendar showing pay day

Survey: Salary increases are coming for Canadian workers

Peter Harris| Aug 19, 2014 11:03 am


Raises are on the way for Canadian employees in 2015. That’s the news from a couple of different reports released in the past few days. Here are the sectors and regions expecting the greatest growth.



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Medical professionals

Need a job? Move to Saskatchewan – Three sectors that need workers now

Angelina Irinici| Aug 7, 2014 7:51 pm


That’s some of the top advice we can offer Canadians looking for work – especially those in regions with higher than average unemployment – check out Saskatchewan. Unemployment is low, wages are high, and workers are in demand.



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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

How Saskatchewan reached the lowest unemployment rate ever recorded

Angelina Irinici| Jul 3, 2014 2:57 pm


Earlier this year, Saskatchewan reached the lowest level of unemployment noted since Statistics Canada started keeping records in 1976. Here are three reasons why that happened, and what it means for the province’s economy.



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Saskatoon

What’s it like to move to Saskatchewan? We asked three people

Angelina Irinici| Jun 13, 2014 5:44 pm


While some areas of the country have high unemployment and others are dealing with labour shortages, more people are being advised to relocate for work. But what is it really like to change provinces for a job?



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Labour mismatch

Job mismatch: Canada sees losses – while some regions hit historically low unemployment

Peter Harris| May 9, 2014 3:33 pm


Statistics Canada released its Labour Force Survey for April this morning, showing that employment decreased by 29,000 last month. At the same time there are areas of the country seeing the lowest levels of unemployment ever recorded.



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Entrepreneur

Saskatchewan a great place for young entrepreneurs

Angelina Irinici| Apr 16, 2014 2:08 pm


The rapid growth Saskatchewan has been experiencing is partly due to the numerous entrepreneurs in the province, and many of the new businesses popping up are started by young entrepreneurs. The new start-up scene?



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Technician

Ten jobs that pay more in Regina than in Toronto or Montreal

Peter Harris| Mar 14, 2014 5:53 pm


Want to increase the size of your paycheque? Make a career move to the west. Recent reports from Statistics Canada have shown us that Saskatchewan has the lowest unemployment of all of the provinces.



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