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Kelowna, BC Overview Kelowna is the largest city in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley. Residents enjoy restaurants, ...

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Lululemon Athletica Inc
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Best Buy Canada Ltd.
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Kelowna, BC Overview

Kelowna is the largest city in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley. Residents enjoy restaurants, retail facilities and cultural attractions close to their doors, yet know when they want to escape the hustle and bustle, orchards and vineyards are 10 minutes' drive from the city centre.

Kelowna's first-class facilities appeal to young professionals and families. Housing can be expensive in the heart of the city, but properties become less expensive as you head towards Kelowna's rural areas. While the cost of living is heftier than Central Okanagan towns, Kelowna's housing is at least half the price of properties in Calgary and Vancouver, and consumer prices are roughly 10 per cent less.

Kelowna, BC Job Opportunities

Kelowna's strong small business community makes it a great location for entrepreneurs. Club Penguin started the local start-up boom in 2007; today Kelowna has hundreds of small businesses, including many in the software and information technology industries. It has more entrepreneurs per capita than any other city in British Columbia. As Kelowna is considered a rural area, the city's companies also enjoy better access to government business loans and grants.

If you'd prefer to be part of a larger organisation, you've got plenty of options. Kelowna General Hospital, the largest hospital in southern British Columbia, offers many healthcare jobs in Kelowna, BC. Residents interested in the arts may find employment with the local symphony, theatre groups or galleries.

Kelowna, BC Employment Trends

Kelowna's unemployment rate has risen recently, but at 3 per cent it is still around half the rate of other British Columbia cities including Abbotsford and Vancouver. Kelowna's strong small business culture has helped protect it from the natural resources slump felt in the province's other cities.

Government reports state 1,000,000 new jobs should open up in British Columbia in the next 7 years. Many new jobs in Kelowna, BC, will be in the healthcare and social assistance fields. Optometrists, nurses, chiropractors, veterinarians and dentists will be in demand.

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