Not all industries have been hit hard by the recession. Many are hiring quite readily and a select few aren't able to find enough employees to fill available positions.
Canada created a stunning 140,000 jobs in just two months this year, the most in 30 years and a source of pride for a government bragging the economy has got its moxie back.
There are jobs for those willing to work.
Companies forced to innovate
A majority (88 per cent) of employed Canadians spend time at work on personal activities such as checking Facebook, making personal calls or chatting with colleagues, yet only 17 per cent make time for a physical activity break.
Employment Insurance recipients may be forced to hit the highway thanks to some changes to the EI program by the Conservative government.
The Canadian government has announced a new website, available now, that will help in the recognition of foreign credentials for newcomers to Canada. This comes on the back of a similar initiative announced recently from the government of Quebec specifically geared towards engineers.
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