According to Statistics Canada, the month – August resulted in a significant increase in part-time work. The StatsCan Labour Force Survey reported that there was an employment increase in five Canadian provinces, while the other parts maintained a steady growth. The increase in employment benefitted a lot of three industrial sectors.
Ontario: Increase of Part-time Work
Compared to August 2018, employment in Ontario grew up by 250,000, i.e., a year-over-year increase of 3.5 percent. The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (ONIP) provided the best opportunity for many skilled professionals with its three streams.
Quebec: Targeting much into the finance, real estate, insurance, leasing
From the second month in a row, Quebec’s employment rates have raised to extra 20,000 new employments. Most of them related to finance, real estate, insurance, rental, and leasing industries. Among the provinces of Canada, Quebec reported the least unemployment rate of 4.7 percent last month. While comparing this to the previous year, the employment rate grew with 2.6 percent or 112,000.
Candidates preferring to migrate through Quebec have to receive a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ). Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) and Quebec Experience Program (PEQ) are the programs managed by Quebec.
Manitoba: Improvement on Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Compared to August 2018, the province’s scientific, professional, and technical services saw a significant increase of 8.5 percent this year. However, the unemployment in Manitoba remained unchanged with 5.6 percent.
With a number of immigration options provided by Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), candidates with in-demand work experience and family connections in Manitoba had the better opportunities to apply for MPNP’s Skilled Workers Overseas Stream.
Saskatchewan: Increase in various service-producing industries
Compared to the previous year, employment in the Saskatchewan province grew by 2.2 percent. Out of these, most of them related to the service-producing sector. To process through this program, candidates have to prove their eligibility and apply for any of its two streams – International Skilled Worker: In-Demand Occupation and International Skilled Worker: Express Entry.
New Brunswick: Rise in Information, Culture, and Recreation Industries
Compared the July 2019, New Brunswick had over 2,300 more workers. However, the unemployment rate didn’t have any change and stayed at 8.6 percent. The Information, Recreation Industry, and Culture have experienced a 9 percent growth in one month and about 22 percent in the past 12 months.
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