Help Wanted – B.C. Has Plenty of Job Openings
Prince George, B.C. – British Columbia has the highest rate of job vacancies in the country, according to the 2nd quarter report from the Canadian Federation of Independent business.
The report pegs B.C.’s vacancy rate at 3.1%, which translates to 56 thousand openings.
The vacancy rate is climbing nationwide says CFIB’s Chief Economist Ted Mallet ““We are starting to see a growing number of unfilled jobs in most provinces across the country.”
Nationally, the job vacancy rate is 2.6%.
The CFIB report indicates the rising vacancy rates in the second quarter were most evident in the oil and gas sectors, construction, manufacturing, transportation and hospitality. In contrast, vacancy rates declined in the information, arts and recreation, finance and real estate industries.
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NDP “Hold my beer and watch this..”
Yeah, their anti-business policies will kick in soon and those numbers will evaporate.
I don’t care who you are…that’s funny right there..
hehe Git rrrr doneee..
Funny all right. I can see Horgan doing that, Weaver holding his beer and closing his eyes and wincing!
56000 burger flipping jobs. Thanks Christy.
I take it you didn’t bother to even read the article. 5 little paragraphs and you couldn’t even make your way through that?
Awe, poor axman. Can’t you handle anyone criticizing your hero?
Criticizing? Who or what were you criticizing? You just made an ignorant comment and I called you on it.
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