Where Canada’s jobs will be in 2015 and beyond

A New year and new Immigration System.

Where will the job market be in 2015 ?
What is most needed skill for successful job hunting in 2015 ?
What do you need to do in order to land a job in your profession ?
What Jobs will be IN and what jobs will be less in demand ?
How much impact you will have in an interview if you are bilingual ?

All these questions are important for new immigrants? There might be lots of fears and unknowns but job market and getting yourself ready for the fast pace Canadian job market shouldn’t have to.
Read the full article and look at the documentary below.
(Images: Source Yahoo.ca)
Here is the excerpt from Article.

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The winters are cold and the landscape undramatic. Even local officials have had to stop calling it the City of Champions after years of disappointing returns from the hometown hockey team.
But there is one enviable thing Edmonton does have: jobs, and plenty of them.
Edmonton scored the highest among Canada’s biggest urban centres in terms of projected job growth in a recent labour-market study by CareerBuilder.ca, the Canadian branch of a U.S.-owned career site.
Over the next six years, more than 59,000 additional jobs are expected to open up in the city.
The study projects nearly 844,000 jobs by 2020, up 8 per cent over 2014 labour market figures of about 785,000 jobs.
The pace of job creation in Calgary is expected to follow closely behind at 7 per cent (for a total of 911,000 jobs in 2020), with Regina and Saskatoon running at 6 per cent growth (156,000 and 179,500, respectively, by 2020).
In Toronto, Vancouver and Winnipeg, job-growth trend is expected to be slower, at 5 per cent; while Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec City will see a four-per-cent increase, the study found. Job growth between 2014 and 2020 scored the lowest in Halifax, at 3 per cent…….

Source: Yahoo.ca (Read complete Article)

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