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⌸ EN Magazine How Quebec is addressing its labour shortages

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  1. KashGo

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    The recent lockdowns and closed borders during the two years of the global pandemic created a serious labour shortage in the Canadian province of Quebec.

    Late last year, the government of Quebec disclosed a massive five-year $3.9 billion proposal to encourage more than 170K employees to enter into the job market to address the gaping labour shortage in certain specified sectors.

    The Quebec government is making the immigration process easier to encourage more foreigners to settle in Quebec, and also focusing its efforts on local residents by providing financial incentives to train for jobs in high demand sectors.

    See our article: Quebec set to welcome more migrants to address its labour shortages

    Are you running a business and desperately trying to hire staff in Canada? Or are you planning to get a job in Canada and move over there? Please share your experience.:cool:
     

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