International and home-grown companies are relocating and expanding in Canada’s metro areas, but also in smaller regions where the tech industry is thriving. The 2019 Canadian Tech Talent Report ranked the country’s top 20 tech cities. The markets were based on the quality of labor, cost competitiveness, and talent availability. Jason Kiselbach, the managing director of CBRE, said it is good to see how each city is ranking so city policy can be guided. Submit your resume to Jobs Across the World to be matched with the perfect job opening. They will match your skillset with a company, no matter where you or the place of employment is located.
Toronto, Ontario, topped the list with almost 230,000 tech workers. The city received an A+ for the quality of labor. There was a 54 percent growth in tech talent growth. With a rating of 73.1, Ottawa came in second place. Close to ten percent of the workforce in Ottawa works in the tech field.
Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple fuel the market
Vancouver has over 75,000 tech workers, but that number is on the rise. The arrival of Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple continue to fuel the market. Waterloo scored high for labor quality and has grown over 40 percent in the past five years in tech positions. The top five is rounded out with Montreal. The city has the second highest number of tech jobs in Canada with just over 130,000, but only experienced 14.6 percent growth in tech positions from 2013 to 2018. Jobs Across the World will help you find the best job you deserve. Contact them today!