Canada Invites Record 4.3 Lakh Foreign Workers With Job Visas! These 5 Sectors Have Highest Demand
For those who are looking for employment and permanent residency (PR) in Canada through Express Entry, this story has just the news you want to hear.
Currently there are 10 lakh jobs in the country!
As per a report, the growing labour shortage in several sector is due to the high job vacancy rate, combined with the low unemployment rate outlined by the Labour Force Survey for May 2022. Due to this the country shall invite more immigrants in the coming day. The country is willing to invite over 430,000 permanent residents .
The target for 2024 is 450,000.
Now that we know the number, should we also dive deep into the exact cities wherein the jobs are available.
Cities With Most Vacancies
As per the Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours showed that the Ontario currently has 30,000 jobs, while Manitoba has 2,500 job vacancies.
For the first time since May 2021, the report said, that the number of employees in Canada receiving pay or benefits from their employer has decreased.
Sectors With Most Vacancies
There has been a loss of over 17,000 jobs on payroll and the sectors that have seen a major decrease in employment are the services-producing sectors like educational services, healthcare, and social assistance.
Across all the industries in the sector, there has been a decrease in jobs in construction.
Ontario also reported the country’s largest decrease in employment in the retail trade sector. This marks the second month in a row of a decrease in payroll employees in retail trade professions.
The only sector to have shown some growth has been the professional, scientific, and technical services sector, this has shown a gain of over 10,000 jobs. The gain has been mainly in tech occupations such as computer systems design and related services.
According to the survey, the job vacancy rate in the health care and social services sectors has risen sharply to 143,000 vacancies, or 6.1%.
This is a significant increase over the vacancy rate in April, which was 5.4% and 20% higher than it was in May 2021.
A job vacancy rates of over 10% in May were reported by Nova Scotia and Manitoba. These jobs came largely from the accommodation and food services sector which reported 161,000 job vacancies.