WORK IN CANADA
Many of our customers will be able to work off and/or on campus, during their studies and on school breaks (as it will be determined by our legal associates).
This are some impressive fact about working in Canada:
Canada consistently ranks among the top ten industrial nations of the world, and is even a member of the G8 group of countries. In fact, many Canadian exports are shipped straight to America, and other advanced countries. This means that workers in Canada also enjoy the fruits of the country’s economic prosperity.
Canadian wages are on the rise
Canadian employees typically earn around $48,300 per year individually, and combined family incomes average at around $76,000. Even better, this number has been on the rise since 2012, and has actually risen 2.5%. That’s more than a $1,000 increase in the past two years. This number is projected to continue to increase, which means that Canadians will be enjoying high wages for quite some time.
Top jobs in Canada
Positions in the field of oil, and gas are also very sought after in Canada such as Petroleum engineers, and Drilling Supervisors. Electrical contractors are also in demand in Canada, as well as telecommunications professionals. Healthcare and law are always sought out markets in Canada. Lawyers, doctors, and dentists are some of the highest paid professionals in the country, and can easily earn over $120,000 per year.
Average working hours in Canada
Workers in Canada work an average of 40 hours per week. Overtime is even available in some cases if employees work over 44 hours per week. Canadian workers usually work Monday to Friday, and enjoy weekends off.
Payday is every two weeks
Many countries pay employees once per month. However, Canadians are paid via direct deposit every two weeks, This is convenient for employees, and families, as many other countries do not offer this work-related perk.
Equality in the workplace
Women in Canada are treated equally as men. As an example, Canada has one of the lowest salary gaps between genders in first world countries. Furthermore, minorities are welcome in Canada, and their cultures are accepted readily.
Did you know that Canada is actively seeking college grads?
Canada needs more university graduates, as well as college, and trade school graduates to compete in the global market. University grads are especially in demand, and Canada is actively seeking university graduates from other regions to immigrate to the country.
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