Canada's job market is a powerhouse these days, but it still depends on where you are.
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"If there is one concern we would highlight, it's in fact that businesses are having a hard time finding workers."
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Want a job in an affordable housing market? Try a government town.
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While the top salaries and positions range dramatically from city to city, there are a few common themes.
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Some surprising places top this list.
Cheap gas + housing boom = jobs.
Yes, there are still good places to find work in Canada.
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