Many immigrants choose ON for job opportunities. A person working in Ontario typically earns around CAD 134,000 a year
Salaries range from CAD 33,900 (lowest average) to CAD 599,000 (highest average). Academic background and time of experience help in the salary increase.
In addition to the great salaries, according to the survey released by Job Bank in January 2022, ON has presented in the last 12 months a notable change in the employability rates of most cities, especially Windsor-Sarnia (11.4%), London (8.8% ) and Toronto (6.9%).
Foram registrados ganhos notáveis nos serviços profissionais, científicos e técnicos (+12.300; +1,6%), transporte e armazenagem (+2.400; 0,6%) e outros serviços (+1.400; +0,5%). For these and other reasons, Ontario can be your new home.
Sources: https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/ and http://www.salaryexplorer.com/
Why choose Ontario to live?
In addition to issues related to employability, high salaries and security, ON attracts many immigrants due to several other factors, such as the beautiful natural surroundings and the intense urban life.
ON has many parks, forests and lots of green areas throughout the province. The famous Niagara Falls is ON, as are 250,000 lakes and more. On the other hand, living in ON you can also enjoy many bars, theaters, museums, restaurants, amusement parks and many other attractions, such as sporting, academic and cultural events.
Toronto, for example, hosts an international film festival. Multiculturalism in ON is very strong. This gives the province many well-defined communities that are receptive to new immigrants.
For those looking to study, Ontario education is well known throughout the world. Queens, Toronto, York University are all here in Ontario, as are the world's leading research centers. Public education is excellent and everyone can have access to studies in English or French (official languages of the country).