The national job numbers don’t show it, but Toronto’s a hot market for new grads

The national job numbers don’t show it, but Toronto’s a hot market for new grads

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The latest job numbers for Canada don’t show a huge amount of employment growth, but hidden inside those national figures is a hot market for new graduates in Toronto, experts say.

After a loss of 88,000 jobs in January, February’s Labour Force Survey, released Friday, showed a slight rebound of 15,000 new jobs, and a small decrease in the unemployment rate from 5.9 to 5.8 percent.

But according to experts at the headhunting firm Robert Half, Toronto’s job market is very strong.

Here’s a look at a couple of areas where employers are crying out for new workers.

Bricklaying

Believe it or not, if you’re a new graduate with bricklaying skills, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding work in Toronto.

According to the February job figures, employment in…….

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