While Calgary’s economy has slowed somewhat along with the rest of the world’s, the city still has a tight labour market in need of workers: Calgary’s unemployment rate is lower than the Canadian average.
Projections are that Calgary’s economy will create as many as 187,900 new jobs over the next decade to 2021. At the current growth rate, this could mean an even more severe labour shortage for the city, especially within the trades, manufacturing and service sectors.
So what does all this mean for you? Calgary’s doors are wide open, come join us as we get down to work.
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Calgary Economic Development (CED) gratefully acknowledges the support and funding received from all three levels of government and the corporate community in Calgary.
Action Calgary is CED's corporate partnership program. Established in 2008, Action Calgary engages the leadership of Calgary's corporate community in a partnership to deliver results on strategic projects that will help diversify and strengthen the local economy.