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Yorkton, Saskatchewan Overview A flourishing city with about 20,000 residents, Yorkton is a major residential and ...

HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVER/PACKER

Mullen-Group
Yorkton
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CLASS 5 MOVING DRIVER/SWAMPER

Mullen-Group
Yorkton
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Parts Advisor

FFUN Group
Yorkton, SK
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Finance Manager

FFUN Group
Yorkton, SK
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Product Specialist (Sales) - MSY

FFUN Group
Yorkton, SK
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Part Time Merchandiser (Yorkton-Melville, SK)

News America Marketing
Yorkton, SK
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Parts Advisor

FFUN Group
Yorkton, SK
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Experienced Tire Technician (Yorkton)

Fountain Tire
Yorkton, SK
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1A FREIGHT DRIVER

Mullen-Group
Yorkton
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Fuel Truck Driver

Nutrien LTD
Yorkton, SK
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Fuel Truck Driver

Nutrien Ltd.
Yorkton, SK
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Cornerstone Credit Union
Yorkton, SK
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Yorkton, Saskatchewan Overview

A flourishing city with about 20,000 residents, Yorkton is a major residential and retail centre in eastern Saskatchewan and western Manitoba. Three highways, including the TransCanada Yellowhead, connect Yorkton with surrounding communities and thousands of kilometres beyond. Though Yorkton has an agricultural history, the city now has strong retail, manufacturing, mining, food processing, and construction sectors. Saskatchewan boasts an ideal mix of a low cost of living and a high quality of life, and Yorkton is no exception.

Yorkton Job Opportunities

Openings for Yorkton jobs range from positions in manufacturing, operations and logistics experts, to marketing and retail professionals with administration specialists. Some positions include on-the-job training, while others require extensive experience in a relevant field.

Some of the highest-paying Yorkton jobs include registered nurses, with an hourly rate of over C$46; manufacturing managers, who earn about C$37 an hour; secondary and elementary schoolteachers, who earn about C$35 an hour; and licensed practical nurses, who earn an average of C$33 an hour. Mid-range jobs include ambulance attendants, who earn about C$26 an hour; nurse aides, with an hourly rate of about C$21; and storekeepers, who earn about C$20 an hour.

In contrast, the lowest-paying Yorkton jobs include food and beverage processing specialists, who earn about C$15 an hour; farm workers, with an hourly rate of about C$15; retail salespersons, who earn about C$13 an hour; and food and beverage servers, with hourly wages of about C$10.50.

Yorkton Employment Trends

As the fastest-growing province in Canada, Saskatchewan and thriving cities such as Yorkton are experiencing significant growth, leading to numerous job openings. The Yorkton economy appears strong for the foreseeable future, with thousands of new jobs in the city's growing manufacturing, mining, processing, and other sectors. Some of the strongest prospects for Yorkton jobs include business and professional services, information technology, and health care.

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