Saskatchewan’s job market is among the strongest in Canada boasting one of the country’s lowest unemployment rates. It’s agricultural and resource based economy continues to experience a high demand for qualified engineers, technicians, equipment operators and mechanics. Saskatchewan’s PotashCorp is the worlds largest potash producer, one of the world’s leading uranium produces and also mines coal and diamonds.
The oil and gas industry is also a major employer in the province employing engineers, heavy equipment operators, welders, pipe-fitters, heavy duty equipment mechanics and other skilled labourers. Most of the Saskatchewan oil jobs are located mostly in the west around Lloydminster and south of the province around Swift Current, Weyburn and Estevan.
If you want to work in the oil industry, you may want to investigate the opportunities for jobs in Saskatchewan’s oil industry.
Regina is Saskatchewan’s capital city with around 200,000 inhabitants in the area. Regina jobs can be found with Viterra, Canada’s largest grain handler, Imperial Oil refinery, Sasktel the provincial telephone company.
Metro Sasksatoon has a population of about 230,000. Its main employers include PotashCorp, Camenco which is the worlds largest publicly traded uranium producer, Saskatoon Health Region and University of Saskatchewan.