Unemployment Rate in Canada

The dark days for Canada’s economy after the global pandemic is coming to an end. job Statistics are slowly improving and the economy’s getting closer to what it was when the pandemic started. Wages for instance has been increased between 5% to 7% in the last few months. Accommodation and food services are getting smaller but other sectors are growing.

BC with just 5.6% enjoys the best unemployment data throughout the entire country. Quebec and Montreal are below the national average too. Toronto has the highest unemployment rate with a number close to 8%.

The gradual growth of Canada’s economy brings job opportunities to immigrants, especially skilled labour. On September 7, Canada’s borders were officially reopened to fully vaccinated travellers. The global economy’s recovery from COVID-19 will be inevitable. When the global pandemic is over, Canada’s job market would need plenty of workforce from foreign countries.