Regarding Montreal cities employment and according to Emploi-Québec, many new Montreal jobs will be created during the next few years. Career jobs to meet the growth of many of our local businesses and to replace retiring employees.
Labour Market Information and Online Placement are two important services offered by Emploi-Québec. Both offer free job search as well as a wide range of employment and recruitment services to individuals and companies.
The Labour Market Information (LMI) gathers information that are useful to people who are looking for entry level jobs, engaged in job hunting or on the lookout for jobs opportunities.
The LMI also gathers information to help companies find information about occupations and labour market trends and perspertives or for employers who are looking for skilled workers.
Approximately two thirds of all the career jobs available are located on the Island of Montreal, a reality that confirms the status of the Agglomération de Montréal as the regional economic centre of the Montreal Metropolitan Community.
A job listing largely dominated by the service producing industries that produces services such as banking, entertainment or retail trade that may or may not require a college diploma or a university degree.
Training programs that are essential tools for finding a job, for developing the necessary workplace skills, for strengthening those skills or for maintaining a current job. Development programs bring workers to higher levels of skills, knowledge and responsability.
Employment jobs will increase in each of the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2012 sectors, but will mostly be concentrated in the following six sectors.