New Brunswick City Hosts Job Fair For Immigrants
The bilingual city of Monsoon, New Brunswick is hosting a job fair for immigrants on January 24 in hopes of connecting international talent with local employers.
“Last year alone we filled 117 posts and we are looking to increase this coming year,
Reddy-Kalala estimates that the job fair has 500–1000 open positions, and the number of employers seeking international talent is in potential.
While most people in attendance are already in Canada on work, for example, Reddy-Kalala expects that about five percent will come from abroad seeking job opportunities.
“We recognize that people are looking for jobs and we have them.
It is an affordable housing market, as well as our quality of life, is excellent.
Look at people coming from Toronto who want a better quality of life.”
In 2018, New Brunswick’s largest city welcomed 1,444 immigrants and non-permanent residents and by 2024 they hope to increase it to 3,500.
Given that Moncton is an officially bilingual city, many employers will be looking for candidates who speak both English and French. There will also be many opportunities for English job seekers, and some that will demand French speakers.
List of companies registered to attend:
- Teacup Tech Systems Inc
- TD Bank
- HCL CANADA INC
- Frontier Technologies
- Ditech Testing
- Integrated Staffing
- Fero Waste and Recycling Inc
- Delta Hotels by Marriott Beausejour
- Tangerine Bank
- Accor Global Reservation Centre
- Medavie Health Services New Brunswick
- Cavendish Farms
- Circle K
- Rogers Communication
- Greystone Energy Systems
- Casino NB
- Horizon Health Network
- Irving Consumer Products
- District Scolaire Francophone Sud
- IGT/ Spielo
- Corey Craig Group
- Imperial Manufacturing
- Missing Link Technologies
- NCM Associates
- Fancy Pokket Corporation
- NAV CANADA
- Tech Mahindra
The job fair is part of a series that takes place every three months. The next event will be on March 19.
All about Moncton
Moncton is a very large city in New Brunswick with a population of nearly 85,198.
According to Statistics Canada, about 64 percent of the city speaks English as a first language, and about 35 percent are Francophones.
The city is home to the University of New Brunswick, the University of Crandall as well as several community colleges and private colleges.
The City estimates that there are more than 8,000 immigrants living in the Greater Moncton Area, with about 5,000 of those being active in the labor market.
they estimate that about 1,500 international students study at his post-secondary institutions is contributing their talents to the community.
The 2016 Census reports that 275 immigrants were self-employed in Moncton, representing eight percent of the city’s migrants. This number has recently risen to 17 percent of self-employed setting up businesses in various sectors such as personal and business services, as well as food services.
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