Summerland, British Columbia Employment Information

Summerland, BC Overview Summerland, BC is located in the bottom center of the province, in the Thompson-Okanagan ...

Administrative Coordinator - Finance/ Payroll

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Assisted Living Clinical Lead

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Financial Advisor - Urban - IIROC

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Housekeeping (Casual)

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Dietician

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Housekeeping

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Activity Worker

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Registered Nurse

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Cook 1

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Mortgage Advisor

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Meat Clerk, PT

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Salad Bar Clerk, PT

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Produce Clerk, PT

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Cashier, PT

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Deli Clerk, Part-time

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Summerland, BC Overview

Summerland, BC is located in the bottom center of the province, in the Thompson-Okanagan development region. The region has over 520,000 residents, while Summerland, BC is home to just 11,300 people. As such, the city is fairly small compared to rest of the region, but it is less than 40 minutes from Kelowna, the largest city in the area with over 117,000 residents. The cost of living is very low throughout the Thompson-Okanagan development region. For roughly C$43,000 per year, it is possible to enjoy with the same standard of living that C$44,000 would buy in Kelowna.

Summerland, BC Job Opportunities

The unemployment rate in the Thompson-Okanagan development region is almost 6 per cent, but the percentage of unemployed persons in Summerland, BC is extremely low, coming in around just 4.7 per cent. Agriculture, forestry, manufacturing, and tourism are key industries in the area, which is known for its cattle ranches, orchards, and vineyards. This makes for more jobs within those industries themselves as well as a higher than average number of hospitality and food services opportunities. Wholesale and retail trade positions are also common.

Summerland, BC Employment Trends

Job demand in the Thompson-Okanagan development region is growing at a rate of around 0.7 per cent per year on average, but strong growth is on the horizon. Over 98,000 jobs are expected to be added to the area by 2022. The majority, some 80 per cent of these positions come from workers who are retiring, but 20 per cent is due to organic expansion efforts. In addition, employment opportunities in the Thompson-Okanagan development region are growing particularly fast in healthcare. Professionals in health treatment occupations like optometrists and chiropractors are enjoying a growth in demand of roughly 2 per cent per year, as are physicians, dentists, health care managers, nurses, and health services assistants.

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