Prince George, British Columbia Employment Information

Prince George, BC Overview Considered the capital of northern British Columbia, Prince George is a city with a ...

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Registered Clinical Counselor (RCC) - Prince George

CBI Health Group
Prince George, BC
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Driver

National Tire Distributor (NTD)
Prince George, BC
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Seasonal Associate-Pine Centre Mall

L Brands
Prince George, BC
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Store Leader Canada (Manager)

7-Eleven, Inc.
Prince George, BC
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Field Foreman/Charge Hand

Wajax
Prince George, BC
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Shop Technician - Hydraulics

Wajax
Prince George, BC
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Machinist

Wajax
Prince George, BC
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Foot Care Nurse

CBI Health Group
Prince George, BC
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Kinesiologist - Prince George

CBI Health Group
Prince George, BC
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Joe Fresh Service Clerk - Part-Time

Loblaw Companies Limited
Prince George, BC
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Deli Service Clerk - Part-Time

Loblaw Companies Limited
Prince George, BC
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Commercial Insurance Associate

Hub International
Prince George, BC
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Finning
Prince George, BC
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Investment Advisor, RBC Dominion Securities

Royal Bank of Canada
Prince George, BC
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Public Affairs Coordinator, Prince George

TransCanada
Prince George, BC
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Investment Consultant

CIBC Taleo Enterprise
Prince George, BC
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Financial Services Representative II

CIBC Taleo Enterprise
Prince George, BC
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Prince George, BC Overview

Considered the capital of northern British Columbia, Prince George is a city with a population of over 70,000 residents. Along with healthcare and education, Prince George's economy depends on regional transportation, the government and increasing mining opportunities as forestry declines.

Its position near two major highways puts Prince George in an advantageous place to serve the growing economy of British Columbia.

Prince George, BC Job Opportunities

As the city is home to the Northern Health Authority, Prince George's healthcare industry adds a significant amount to the Prince George economy, making it a good place for healthcare professionals seeking new career opportunities or a move to British Columbia.

Prince George is home to two post-secondary establishments: the University of Northern British Columbia and the College of New Caledonia. Combined with the local school system, Prince George's education system contributes an average of C$780 million to the economy each year.

Like many cities in British Columbia, Prince George used to be a significant center for forestry. In recent years, however, the forestry industry has shrunk, due to the end of the temporary boom caused by environmental factors in the 1990s. Prince George's natural resources industry is turning in more recent years to mining.

Prince George, BC Employment Trends

As investment in Prince George's business sector grows, expect IT jobs to escalate as well. IT jobs in Prince George, BC which center in the healthcare industry are good places to look for employment, like systems analysis, which is predicted to have strong job growth through 2016.

Though the job growth for accounting jobs is supposed to be moderate through 2016, the overall job outlook for financial professionals is positive in Prince George. Skills like financial planning and brokerage are especially key when looking for employment in Prince George's financial industry.

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