The Human Resources and Social Development Canada has reported that 1.9 million new jobs will be created over the next decade (2006 – 2015) particularly in the Western provinces of
The sudden surge in labor demand in
Skills in demand in Alberta include physicians, dentists and veterinarians (5,000 workers for the period 2006-2016), facility operation and maintenance managers (up to 3,908 people by 2016), other engineers: industrial and manufacturing, metallurgical and materials, mining, geological, petroleum, aerospace, computer (except software) and other professional engineers, other elemental service occupations: dry cleaning and laundry occupation, ironing, pressing and finishing occupation, other elemental service occupations, central control and process operators in manufacturing and processing, technical occupations in computer and information systems, pharmacists, dietitians, nutritionists, managers in primary production (except agriculture).
APPROVED JOB ORDERS
POEA's government placement facility has no job openings for
NO PLACEMENT FEE POLICY
The general public is advised further that Canadian laws and regulations in these provinces prohibit the charging of recruitment and placement fee from workers seeking employment in
The Pilot Project of the Government of Canada for the hiring of foreign workers in occupations usually require a high school diploma or a maximum of 2 years of jobspecific training (level C and D). The prevailing policy requires the Canadian employers to cover all recruitment costs related to the hiring of the foreign workers under the project.
The POEA has issued Memorandum Circular No.03 (series of 2007) on the "non-placement fee" policy for