I came across an article at the National Post that talks about Saskatchewan. Actually its Mayor Premier (thanks Flavio) was in Ontario weeks ago telling students about his province and what Saskatchewan is willing to do in case they move there. The deal? Saskatchewan is offering 20K in bonus, in case they agree to move there.
If you don’t know, most of the times, once you graduated in a College or University in Canada you are in debt. Prices are high nowadays and it is really difficult to pay once you graduated. Then, why not move west, get 20K to help you pay your tuition and start your career there?
Seems too good to be true, and if that’s my case I’d go. Regina is a nice city to live and Saskatoon (the capital of the province) Here’s a quote from the article:
“It’s fair to say there is no area where we aren’t looking for people. In the financial sector, health care, construction, in engineering, anything you can think of,” said Mr. Fiacco. “The growth in our province has been huge and we still need more people.” Saskjobs.ca, a Web site run by the province’s career and employment services department, lists more than 6,000 jobs currently available.
What most people don’t realize is the possibility that they’re having now. Maybe the big cities in Canada don’t have lots of opportunities. Then, why not move to a place that you can probably find a job easier? That’s something to keep in mind. However, don’t forget to only think about the job itself. Look for what else they’re offering you: transit, hospitals, infra-structure, attractions, housing and so on.
Are you interested in find a job in Saskatchewan? You can read the article at the National Post.