Saskatchewan jobs are on the rise with Saskatoon on the lead
According to the latest stats released by the province of Saskatchewan, 539, 700 individuals were employed in the province. It shows an increase of 4, 100 jobs within the same time frame since 2009. And there are reports that employment in the province of Saskatchewan is continuing to grow, with Saskatoon at the head of the pack.
Unemployment rate in the province of Saskatchewan was only 5.4% which ranked second in the whole country trailing only about 1.4% as compared to the 4.0% unemployment rate in Regina, being the lowest. Employment, population numbers as well as average wages are increasing in the province of Saskatchewan, and there is a significant increase in the private sector employment as well as increases with full time employment.
The situation faced by the rest of the province of Saskatchewan
However, as Saskatoon jobs are continuing to go higher, the rest of the province faces job losses. There is also a concern with the statistics on the unemployment rate in the aboriginal people of the province is recorded to about 17.3%.
The situation of jobs in Alberta
The number of jobs created in Saskatchewan of about 14,000 is still not good enough compared to the 70,000 new jobs created in Alberta. Alberta even recorded a 14-year high unemployment rate of having about 9,700 Albertans seeking for work, with its labor force growing in about 13,200 people in one year. Also, there are a lot of people moving into Alberta because of it being known as an economic hot spot that contributed to its unemployment rate. In this situation, the Albertan Employment and Immigration Officer has directed his department in helping Albertans connect with large number of employers looking for workers in the province. Alberta has increased in jobs however in the sectors such as forestry, fishing, mining, oil and gas, manufacturing and construction.
Overall scenario on the countries status with comparison to jobs
On the other hand, as the statistics of unemployment to the rest of the province as well as the whole country is recorded, the job in Canada is said to be snowing as stated in a written analysis issued by the BMO Financial Group. The group also said Canada has recouped the jobs lost during the recession with job bonanzas reinforcing the point that the economy has regained momentum around the turn of the year.
Particular jobs created in Saskatchewan
The new jobs created in the Saskatchewan province particularly in Saskatoon, were full-time jobs reaching up to 35,500, and there are about 27,500 part time jobs created as well. In this situation, the leading province in job creation is Ontario with 32,000 jobs created.
Jobs are “snowing” in Canada. And in this case, the unemployment rates in its provinces are getting lower by the moment. With the lowest unemployment rate only obtained by the province of Manitoba with an unemployment rate of about 5.0% and the only province that got a rate lower than that of Saskatchewan’s.