No Degree? No Problem! Canada’s Hottest Jobs for Secondary School Graduates!
In today’s blog, we’ll talk about an exciting news which confirms that Government of Canada is Hiring for Multiple Positions in British Columbia
Recently, the Canadian Government has stated that they are currently accepting applications for numerous entry-level jobs in several locations within British Columbia. These vacancies require only secondary school education or equal, and it is very crucial that applicants submit their up to date resumes.
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- Job Vacancies at Transport Canada: Transport Canada is employing various administrative positions at 13 locations. This job post is intended for casual employment, which is short-term employment of 90 working days or fewer in a calendar year.
- Job Vacancies at RCMP Administrative: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is presently taking resumes for administrative positions in the Southeast area of British Columbia. This is also a seasonal job vacancy.
- Job Vacancies at Correctional Service Canada:Correctional Officer I positions are available in Abbotsford or Agassiz.
- Job Vacancies at Parole Board of Canada: Several Administrative Clerk Vacancies are available in Abbotsford.
- Job Vacancies at Fisheries and Oceans Canada – Canadian Coast Guard Fleet: Deckhand positions are vacant in Victoria and many other locations in Canada.
- Job Vacancies at Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada: Administrative Coordinator job vacancies are vacant in Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal Island.
Unemployment and Living Wage in British Columbia
Starting June 2023, British Columbia has an unemployment rate of 5.6%, marginally above than the Canadian national average of 5.4%. The living wage in Greater Victoria, it is $24.29 and in Metro Vancouver is around $24.08 an hour, as compared to the established minimum wage of $16.75 per hour by the British Columbian Government.
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