Brockville, Ontario Employment Information

Brockville, ON Overview Brockville, ON has a cost of living that closely resembles the overall nation. The combined ...

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Registered Physiotherapist

LifeMark Health
Brockville, ON
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Financial Planner, Investment and Retirement Planning

Royal Bank of Canada
Brockville, ON
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Physiotherapy Assistant

LifeMark Health
Brockville, ON
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Physiotherapy Assitant

LifeMark Health
Brockville, ON
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Commercial Driver

Waste Management
Brockville, ON
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Carpenter/ Drywall Installer/ Painter

First Onsite
Brockville, ON
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Material Handler

Russell Hendrix Foodservice Equipment
Brockville, ON
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Returns Controller

Russell Hendrix Foodservice Equipment
Brockville, ON
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Retail Merchandiser - Brockville

Storesupport Canada
Brockville, ON
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Registered Nurse (BMHC18-079E)

The Royal
Brockville, ON
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Carpenter (BMHC18-071E)

The Royal
Brockville, ON
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Harvey's Brockville, ON - Always Hiring

Cara Operations
Brockville, ON
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Swiss Chalet - Brockville, ON is Always Hiring!

Cara Operations
Brockville, ON
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Manufacturing – Shunt Driver / Lift Truck Driver

Procter Gamble Co
Brockville, ON
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Brockville, ON Overview

Brockville, ON has a cost of living that closely resembles the overall nation. The combined costs of food, shelter, transportation and other essential products in Ontario is less than one per cent higher than Canada's cost of living. Energy in Brockville is about seven per cent higher than the national average, but the cost has grown more slowly than the rest of the country. This may indicate that Brockville's cost of living is moving even closer to Canada's average.

Brockville, ON Job Opportunities

Brockville's economy relies heavily on manufacturing jobs. The city's most important employers include Procter & Gamble, Invista, and Canarm. Manufacturing technologists can expect to earn about C$25.00 per hour (C$52,000 annually) in Ontario. Those who qualify for management positions typically earn about C$38.50 per hour (C$80,000 annually).

Brockville also has many customer service and retail jobs. Giant Tiger operates a frozen food distribution centre in Brockville. Transcom WorldWide has a large customer service call center. People working in retail can expect to earn about C$11.30 per hour (C$23,500), while those working at call centres make about C$16.15 per hour (C$33,500).

Public sector employers also play an important role in Brockville's economy. The biggest public sector employers include Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) and Brockville Mental Health Centre. UCDSB is one of Canada's largest school districts.

Brockville, ON Employment Trends

Ontario's unemployment rate has fallen significantly in recent years. In July 2014, Ontario had a 7.5 per cent unemployment rate. Canada's overall rate of unemployment was seven per cent. By May 2015, Ontario's unemployment rate fell to 6.5 per cent, just slightly lower than Canada's 6.8 per cent.

The falling unemployment rate shows that Brockville is recovering from the recession. The city also lost an Abbott Laboratories manufacturing plant in 2012. The economy has since grown to replace those lost jobs.

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