High Level, Alberta Employment Information

High Level, Alberta Overview High Level is a friendly town in Mackenzie County in northern Alberta. Established in ...

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High Level, Alberta Overview

High Level is a friendly town in Mackenzie County in northern Alberta. Established in 1947, it is one of the newest towns in Canada.

Locals and visitors love exploring High Level's walking trails and keeping an eye out for wolves, moose, deer, and other local wildlife. With more than 150 bird species known to nest in the local area, High Level is a popular vacation spot for keen bird-watchers. When the weather cools, High Level is also a favourite spot for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

High Level has a lower cost of living than many Alberta cities, including Canmore, Calgary, Fort McMurray, and Jasper. However, eating out is particularly expensive, with restaurant meals in the city rated the third most expensive in Alberta. With some of the best wages in Alberta, locals can still afford to splurge on a good gourmet meal.

High Level, Alberta Job Opportunities

High Level is known for its plentiful and lucrative job opportunities. Many of these are available in High Level's four main industries: oil, gas, forestry, and agriculture. Most of the region's lumber is serviced and processed in High Level, and the Rainbow Lake, Zama, and Virgo oil fields established in the 1960s continue to be productive. These sectors employ a range of professionals, including heavy-duty mechanics, maintenance workers, and operations and logistics experts.

High Level's central location has also seen its retail and hospitality sectors grow in response to tourist demand. There are often positions available at High Level's many motels, restaurants, and department and specialty stores.

High Level, Alberta Employment Trends

High Level boasts one of Alberta's most stable economies, with unemployment levels consistent at around 2.6 percent, compared to 4.3 percent in Alberta and the Canadian average of seven percent. Median incomes in High Level are also above the province's average.

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