Jobs are sometimes hard to come by for so many individuals. So, it is nice to hear when a country has created more jobs than the otherss. However, there can be a downside to it as well. Hearing about jobs being opened up is wonderful news do not get me wrong, but sometimes you have to ask yourself how did they do it? Canada did just that, they created new jobs helping their industry, but how?
Since 2009 Canada has created jobs and for those of you who are too young to remember, 2009 was right after the market crashed. Canada was the place to go to find employment. After 7 years, Canada is still hitting those marks and creating new jobs. However, people started asking the question how?
Well, in 2016 major providences such as Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador lost almost 65,000 full time jobs. Which means Canada had to do something to put these people to work who lost their jobs. So, they created 30,000 new jobs which is not even half of what lost jobs.
Those 30,000 new jobs created were part time employment. So not only did 65,000 lose their job, their career, their life but those who were lucky enough to get one of the 30,000 jobs were only employed at part time status.