Manitoba: Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

According to Statistics Canada, Manitoba is one province with a promising future thanks to an increased rate of employment by 5,200 in August 2019. People who are skilled in scientific and technical services were said to have benefitted from the program. This explains why the increase of 5.5% over July and up to 8.5% was recorded compared to August 2018.

Qualified foreign workers can now apply for jobs under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). Alternatively, they can be part of the MPNP’s Skilled Workers Overseas Stream, which has a sub-stream if they have family connections.

Saskatchewan: Various Service-Producing Industries

Back in August 2018, Saskatchewan created a total of 13,000 jobs at 2.2%. This year, additional 2,800 jobs were filled, making it 2.2%. This explains why a tremendous number of foreign workers who are skilled in service-producing got employed.

To qualify for a job in this sector, the worker needs to apply under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Only those with work experience in one of 19 in-demand occupation and other qualifications can work under two SINP programs, namely- International Skilled Worker: Express Entry and In-Demand Occupation.

New Brunswick: Information, Culture, and Recreation

Back in July 2018, New Brunswick’s rate of unemployment was stuck at 8.6%. This year, additional 2,300 jobs were created. Those who specialized in information, culture, and recreation have the chance to get employed, which is why it increased by 9% in one month, and 22% over the past 12 months.

Qualified workers can apply under the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP). Now, they can also apply as provincial nominees without expressing their interest in NBPNP.

The winners were:

A total of 109,000 net new jobs were recorded in August this year. The winners were professional, scientific, and technical services industry. When you compare this with August 2018, which attracted 7.4%, it is safe to conclude that the job industry is improving.

Those who applied for 22,000 positions in finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and leasing industry were lucky to land jobs in Ontario and Quebec. Educational services employment also manifested a significant increase of 35,000 or 2.6%, compared to last year.

For more information concerning the job market, visit the Labour Force Survey 2019.

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