There is news to act quickly for those who want to get a Canada PR (Permanent Residency). Currently, there are over one million vacancies in Canada which can be your expressway to getting a PR. Moreover, there is a low unemployment rate and a higher number of job vacancies, which means that the chance for migrants to shine is now.
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Currently, Canada is planning to invite lakhs of permanent residents into the country, specifically over 4,30,000 and this target is gradually increased for 2024 up to 450,000, as per the CIC report.
As per another report released last month, “the job vacancies reached a record high in some states. In Alberta and Ontario, the average of 1.1 unemployed people for each job vacancy in April is down from 1.2 in March and 2.4 from a year earlier. There were almost four unemployed people for every vacant job in Newfoundland and Labrador.”
Here Are The Sector-Wise Stats Of Job Vacancies In Canada:
- Several job vacancies in the construction sector reached a new high of 89,900 in April, which is a 5.4 per cent high from March and around a 45 per cent hike from last year’s April month.
- The scientific and technical service sector also needs a high number of the new workforce, along with “ transportation and warehousing, finance and insurance, entertainment and recreation and real estate.”
- The need for new applicants in the educational sector has increased by 9,700 in April compared to the last month.
- The accommodation and food services sector has risen by 10 per cent since February.
Why Is Canada Inviting Immigrants And Granting Them A Permanent Residency?
“Canada’s labour market has significantly shrunk this year with people aged 55 and older leaving the workforce and fewer people willing to join the workforce. On the other hand, there are around 1 million job vacancies in the country, especially summer jobs.”
CIC News said, “Canada’s 9 million baby boomers are slated to reach retirement age this decade. ‘A recent RBC survey suggested one-third of Canadians are retiring early, and three in 10 pre-retirees are changing their retirement date because of the pandemic.’ Meanwhile, the fertility rate decreased to a record low of 1.4 children per woman in 2020.”