Moncton, New Brunswick Employment Information

Jobs in Moncton, NB Overview Thanks to its location at the centre of the Maritime Provinces, Moncton, New Brunswick is ...

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Jobs in Moncton, NB Overview

Thanks to its location at the centre of the Maritime Provinces, Moncton, New Brunswick is considered a hub city. The local economy is based largely on retail, transportation, distribution and commerce, with specific industries like information technology, insurance, healthcare and education thriving. Moncton's two hospitals alone boast over 5,000 employees, and the city has nearly 40 call centres that employ the same number. Local unemployment rates are below the national average and the cost of living is less than in nearby Canadian cities, so it's a great place to live if you're looking for a job.

Moncton, NB Job Opportunities

Moncton has one of the strongest economies in Canada, which attracts job seekers from all walks of life. The retail sector dominates the local economy with shopping centres like the Wheeler Park Power Centre and Champlain Place. This provides management jobs to those with retail experience as well as entry-level opportunities for those just starting out.

Moncton has a rich arts and culture scene offering multiple galleries, performing arts centres, and museums. The Magnetic Hill area alone boasts a casino complex, water park, zoo and golf course. Combined with its other top industry, tourism drives the ever-increasing need for sales associates, project managers, data analysts and even financial advisors.

Moncton, NB Employment Trends

Moncton's unemployment rate has dropped since the recession, but it was never high to begin with. Jobless rates have settled at around 6 per cent, which is significantly less than the Canadian average. FDi magazine named Moncton the 5th most business-friendly small-sized city in North America in 2007, and Canadian Business Magazine called it "the best city for business in Canada" in 2004. The city is also home to a number of regionally and nationally prominent corporation headquarters, so jobs are only expected to grow steadily.

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