According to the Statistics Canada, employment in Canada has seen drastic increase in August 2019 due to the gains in part-time work. In regards to the increase in employment, there were five Canadian provinces that saw employment gains, while the rest of the country remained stable.
ONTARIO: Part-time Work Job in High Volume
Ontario has produced Canadian jobs in bulk with an increase of 58,000 new part-time job opportunities in the month of August 2019. Employment in Ontario has seen an increase of about 250,000 more jobs as compared to August 2018; year over year 3.5 percent of growth rate in employment.
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) offers varied immigration options for skilled foreign workers. The OINP comprise of three streams linked to the Federal Express Entry System and usually do not require a job offer from an Ontario employer to be eligible.
QUEBEC: Finance, Retail, Real Estate and Leasing
An employment rate in QUEBEC has seen a huge rise in a job opportunity with an additional 20,000 new jobs. The majority of jobs were in the stream of Finance, Insurance, Real-estate, and Leasing firms. If compared from the last year, employment in QUEBEC is up by 112,000 with a rise of 2.6 percent.
Foreign workers seeking to immigrate to Quebec must first be invited to apply for a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ).
Manitoba: Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
As per the report by Statistics Canada, there was an increase in employment in Manitoba. The increase in employment grew by 5,200 in August, which according to Statistics Canada is a noteworthy rise in 2019.
Professional, Scientific and Technical stream has seen the major rise in the employment in August with an increase of 5.5 percent over July month. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) has multiple options for the eligible immigrants to enter the province. For instance – foreign workers with in-demand experience and the ones having family connections to Manitoba may be eligible for MNMP’s skilled worker overseas stream.
Saskatchewan: Various Service Producing Industries
Saskatchewan saw an employment rise of 2,800 jobs in August 2019 that pulled the unemployment rate down to 5.1 percent. As compared to August 2018, employment has grown up to 2.2 percent (13,000 jobs) in various service-producing streams.
A foreign worker seeking to move to Saskatchewan is eligible under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). The candidates with work experience are eligible under the Express Entry and In-demand occupation category.
New Brunswick: Information, Culture, and Recreation
New Brunswick has seen a rise of 2,300 employments in August over the July 2019. The information, culture and recreation sector grew by nine percent in just one month and unemployment remained at 8.6 percent.
Through the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP), candidates can find several ways to immigrate to New Brunswick. In the month of August, there were 109,000 new jobs in professional, scientific, and technical services industry compared to last year, which shows an increase of 7.4 per cent.