British Columbia Brings 33,000 New Jobs to Canada’s Economy

While the United States saw a decrease in the number of jobs created in September 2018, British Columbia saw an increase of 33,000 new positions. Economists predicted the country would add 25,000 positions in September, noted by Thomson Reuters Eikon, but the increase was 63,000. This brought the unemployment rate even lower to 5.9 percent, offsetting August job losses. On a year-over-year basis, Canada nationally gained 222,000 new jobs since September 2017. There are many job opportunities available for you. Reach out to Jobs Across the World to take advantage of the perfect position. They can match your skill set with a company looking for an employee.

Statistics Canada said B.C. saw gains in both the goods-producing and services fields, with increases in accommodation and food and the manufacturing sectors. Marton Lovei, a Statistics Canada analyst, said, “There were relatively broad increases,” noting only one field had a decline, and that was in support services. Submit your resume to Jobs Across the World to find the perfect position. Their team of experts will notify you when new jobs are added to their site.

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