click above for an interactive view Accommodations 7 Administration/business support 5 Agriculture/Animals/Agriculture 4 Construction 9 Education 5 Food services 18 Health care 14 Other services non-gov't 12 Professional Services 3 Public Administration 2 Recreation and Sports 1 Retail Trade 11 Social Assistance 1 Technical 5 Transportation 2
by Melany Hallam Question: Did you have a teacher who had a big influence (either positive or negative) on your career outside of school? Yes/No/Somewhat Three of my best friends are teachers, so I’ve heard a lot of stories over the years about what actually goes on in classrooms and schools on a day-to-day basis.... Continue Reading →
The Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training has announced that the 2025 Labour Market Outlook data has been updated throughout WorkBC in alignment with the British Columbia 2025 Labour Market Outlook report, which is available at WorkBC.ca/labourmarketoutlook. You may access the new data as they browse through the website to explore careers, industries, regions, the Cost... Continue Reading →
BC Minimum Wage goes up on Sept 15, 2016 Highlights: General Minimum wage in BC goes up to $10.85 per hour Liquor Servers wage goes up to $9.60 per hour Download the pdf file here.
B.C. declared September Disability Employment Month to celebrate people with disabilities in the workforce and the employers and communities throughout the province who pave the way to support them. Disability Employment Month follows the recent release of Accessibility 2024, a 10-year action plan to make B.C. the most progressive place for people with disabilities in... Continue Reading →