Manitoba jobs most in demand include jobs in Manitoba’s primary industries of manufacturing, financial services, agriculture, hydro-electricity and natural resources.
The mining industry is Manitoba’s second largest industry employing over 6,000 people and is mostly located in its less populated northern regions and includes the former INCO mine which has been acquired by Vale Group.
Agriculture and food processing are key employers in Manitoba’s rural areas with leading facilities like Maple Leaf Foods’ hog processing plant in Brandon, Manitoba and McCain Foods in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba as well as in Winnipeg with the Canadian Wheat Board and Cargill Canada and other food processing companies.
Its location in the geographical centre of North America is a key pillar of it’s highly developed distribution and transportation industries providing employment to thousands in warehousing, trade, transportation and truck driving jobs.
The largest manufacturing employers in the area offer careers in the aerospace industry, bus manufacturing, printing and furniture manufacturing with companies such as New Flyer Industries, MCI Motor Coach Industries, StandardAero,
See Winnipeg Jobs for information about Manitoba’s Financial Services, Tourism and Hospitality industries.