Belleville, Ontario Employment Information

Belleville, ON Jobs Overview The cost of living in Belleville is just a small bit higher than Canada's average. ...

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Full Time Security Supervisor

Great Canadian
Belleville, ON
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Registered Nurse (RN)

Victoria Order of Nurses
Belleville, ON
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Registered Nurse

Victoria Order of Nurses
Belleville, ON
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Registered Practical Nurse (RPN)

Victoria Order of Nurses
Belleville, ON
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SK Bailey

Metroland Media Group Ltd
Belleville, ON
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CA-ON-Belleville

Metroland Media Group Ltd
Belleville, ON
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Metroland Media
Belleville, ON
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Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Victoria Order of Nurses
Belleville, ON
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Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Victoria Order of Nurses
Belleville, ON
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Kitchen Manager -Swiss Chalet

Cara Operations
Belleville, ON
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Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Victoria Order of Nurses
Belleville, ON
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Personal Support Worker (PSW) - Evenings & Weekends

Victoria Order of Nurses
Belleville, ON
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Carpenter/Drywall Installer/ Painter

First Onsite
Belleville, ON
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Belleville, ON Jobs Overview

The cost of living in Belleville is just a small bit higher than Canada's average. According to government statistics, the cost of living in Belleville and other Ontario towns was about one per cent more expensive than the national average. The costs of shelter, food and transportation were practically the same as those indices throughout Canada. The cost of health care and energy, however, are noticeably more expensive in Ontario than most provinces.

Belleville, ON Job Opportunities

Several large corporations have manufacturing facilities in Belleville. Some of the most important employers for people in the manufacturing sector include Kellogg's, Protect & Gamble and Bioniche Life Sciences.

Belleville also has two large retail sectors that attract people from other communities. Retail jobs offer numerous employment opportunities, especially in the retail districts surrounding the town's shopping malls. Retail salespersons working in Belleville can expect to make about C$11.32 per hour (about C$23,545 per year). Retail managers usually earn higher salaries. At C$23.50 per hour (about C$49,000 per year), assistant managers in Belleville earn more than twice what salespersons earn.

The businesses in Belleville also need experienced professionals. Accounting jobs pay a median wage of C$30.00 per hour (C$62,400); business managers earn about C$33.33 an hour (C$69,300); and information systems managers earn about C$36.00 an hour (C$75,000).

Belleville, ON Employment Trends

Ontario's unemployment rate has gradually improved since the recession. In June 2014, Ontario's unemployment rate was 7.3 per cent. By May 2015, unemployment had fallen to 6.5 per cent. This suggests that more people are finding jobs in Ontario.

Employee trends, of course, vary from town to town. Belleville residents who cannot find jobs may want to expand their searches to Quinte West, Rossmore and Rednersville. Each area offers unique employment opportunities that may appeal to Belleville residents who don't mind longer commutes.

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