Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario.
With a population of nearly 3 million it is the fourth most populated city in North America.
Toronto is a prominent centre for music, theater and motion picture production and TV production.
Toronto is an international centre for business and finance and has a high concentration of Banks and Financial services companies located on Bay Street in the Financial district.
The five largest financial institutions of Canada, known as the Big Five have national offices in Toronto.
On the media production side the city is home to Bell Media, Rogers Communications and Torstar with other major employers in the city including Magna International, Celestica, Manulife, Sun Life Financial, the Hudson Bay Company and the Four Seasons Hotels group.
Currently the city’s unemployment rate is at 6.7% and acute skills shortages exist in all sectors and occupations.
It is estimate that Canada will see a shortage of up to 20,000 professionals with data and analytical skills and about half of Toronto’s manufacturers are experiencing skills shortages with countless opportunities in all areas.
On offer currently in Toronto are the following roles and average salaries,
- Marketing Managers – $100,229
- Database Administrators – $97,258
- Computer Hardware Engineer – $101,154
- Security Engineers – $102,749
- Supply Chain Managers – $106,632
- Physician Assistant – $110,871
- Production Managers – $113,959
- Pharmacists – $114,715
- Tax Managers – $114,966
- And many many more.
Now is the time to return home to Toronto to live and work or to look at Toronto as you next work destination.
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