Canadian CEOs: running out of new hires


A critical shortage of skilled labour is holding back Canadian companies, according to a report released on Wednesday by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Over the next decade Canadian firms will be short of 163,000 construction jobs, 130,000 oil workers, 60,000 nurses, 37,000 truckers, 22,000 hotel workers and 10,000 skilled steel tradespeople, the Globe and Mail reports. (Read the full report here).

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Canadian CEOs: running out of new hires

  1. Holy crap.. they might have to raise wages! The Horror! The Horror!

  2. How about mining? We’re already experiencing labour shortage and there’s a dozen of mines to be opening soon all over Canada

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