Bathurst, New Brunswick Employment Information

Bathurst, NB Jobs Overview The cost of living in New Brunswick cities is close to Canada's average. The cost of food, ...

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CART RETRIEVAL CLERK

Loblaw Companies Limited
Bathurst, NB
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Cashier

Loblaw Companies Limited
Bathurst, NB
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Deli/Home Meal Replacement (HMR) Clerk - Part-Time

Loblaw Companies Limited
Bathurst, NB
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Driver

Day & Ross Transportation Group
Bathurst, NB
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McCain Foods
Bathurst, NB
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Project Engineer

Trevali Mining Corporation
Bathurst, NB
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Seafood/Meat Clerk

Loblaw Companies Limited
Bathurst, NB
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Salad Bar Clerk

Loblaw Companies Limited
Bathurst, NB
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Produce Clerk - Part-Time

Loblaw Companies Limited
Bathurst, NB
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Accounts Payable Administrator

Trevali Mining Corporation
Bathurst, NB
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Bakery Clerk - Part-Time

Loblaw Companies Limited
Bathurst, NB
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Senior HR Supervisor

Trevali Mining Corporation
Bathurst, NB
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Treasury Administrator

Trevali Mining Corporation
Bathurst, NB
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Millwright

Trevali Mining Corporation
Bathurst, NB
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General Submission

Trevali Mining Corporation
Bathurst, NB
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Mill General Foreman

Trevali Mining Corporation
Bathurst, NB
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Bathurst, NB Jobs Overview

The cost of living in New Brunswick cities is close to Canada's average. The cost of food, clothing and transportation are higher than the country's average, but those higher prices are offset by New Brunswick's inexpensive housing and transportation.

Bathurst's economy has struggled over the last few decades. The rest of the province has faced similar struggles as it attempts to develop new industries.

Bathurst, NB Job Opportunities

Bathurst's economy relies heavily on natural resources. Forestry, fishing and mining are three of the area's most important industries. Manufacturing, however, has become increasingly important in recent years. Manufacturing jobs offer job opportunities for people who cannot find employment in the larger industries. The highest manufacturing salaries are usually reserved for managers. A manufacturing manager in Bathurst can expect to earn about C$34.62.

Skilled trade jobs have also become an important part of Bathurst's economy since many of the manufacturing facilities, mines and fisheries need experienced professionals who know how to build new structures, perform maintenance on machines and install new equipment in factories. Construction labourers can expect to earn about C$15.73. At C$30.00, construction managers can expect to earn nearly twice as much as labourers.

Bathurst, NB Employment Trends

Bathurst, like most cities in New Brunswick, has a high unemployment rate that can make it difficult for people to find jobs and build careers. The province had a 9.6 per cent unemployment rate in May 2015. That's nearly three per cent higher than Canada's unemployment rate. Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland are the only areas with higher unemployment rates.

Since most of New Brunswick suffers from high unemployment, expanding one's job search to surrounding areas only offers a slight advantage. People who want to explore more opportunities should look to industry's currently growing in and around Bathurst. This includes customer service, tourism and government services.

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