All About Employment in Victoria, BC

A closer look at the SSEGR sector (see below for acronym)

| February 26, 2015

SSEGR stands for the occupational sector that contains jobs in social sciences, educational services, government services and religion. The growth prospects are not overwhelmingly positive for the three sectors that the 2013 Labour Force Survey includes within the census sector named above (Educational Services, Health Care and Social Assistance, Professional, Scientific and Technical Services) and […]

A closer look at the business, finance and administration occupation sector

| February 5, 2015

As I have done with the previous overview on the sales and service occupational sector today I am going to look at some of the biggest employers within the business, finance and administration occupational sector with a focus on one of the bigger ones. Obviously one of the biggest employers with jobs that fall within […]

Victoria’s Biggest Employers – Overview (Part 2 of 14)

| January 15, 2015

On with the overview – today I’m going to briefly mention some of the largest companies within each of the sectors that make up the top six (see below to refresh your memory) and wherever possible tell you something about these companies and how their number of employees has (or hasn’t) changed since 2012. Remember […]

Victoria’s Biggest Employers – An Overview of the 14 Part Series (1 of 14)

| January 13, 2015

Beginning in April of 2012 I wrote a series of posts on Victoria’s five biggest employers (numerically – that is those that employed the most people). A recent tweet from someone saying how much they enjoyed that series of posts (thanks Jenn!) encouraged me to revisit the topic (plus I see information about these employers […]

Victoria’s Biggest Employers – In First Place ‘Government’

| April 6, 2012

Special note – if I convinced you with my post on Peter Bregman’s book ’18 minutes’ that it’s worth a read make sure and take advantage of this great offer to buy the Kindle edition for $2.99 until April 9, 2012. For this week and the following nine weeks I’m going to do a series […]

Job Alerting Services Revisited

| June 22, 2011

As with other posts on this blog I am revisiting topics and websites that I looked at when the blog was new (now over 4 years ago). I have kept the original post at the end of the page and fixed and/or removed broken links and inserted comments where necessary. Let’s see which of the […]