“I’ve always felt like a recruitee.”
A recruiter, it turns out, is not only a job, but a social life.
This week’s recruiters of the year, by the numbers: The Globe and Mail’s Jason Macdonald has compiled a comprehensive list of the top jobs in Alberta, with some notable job categories, such as “sales support services” and “socially and linguistically diverse”.
This year’s top recruiters were not necessarily in Calgary, but at a Calgary university, according to the list, where there are a lot of students in the student body, which includes many ethnic groups.
At the same time, the list also includes some “old” recruiters, some of whom have moved on to bigger and better things.
“I’ve seen some amazing people, and I think some of the best people are still around,” said Liane Janssen, a professor of communication studies at the University of Alberta.
She has spent her career as a university professor teaching communication courses.
Janssen is one of many in the field of communications studies, and is not alone in the profession.
Her own work has also led her to work with universities and private companies.
While the list of top recruiter jobs in Canada has grown over the past year, it was not the first time there has been a spike in recruitment opportunities.
The Alberta government, in particular, has been busy in recent years to attract and retain jobs for its students, and it has also spent heavily to attract people from other provinces to help in its recruitment efforts.
A list of recruitment challenges for Alberta students According to a 2017 study by the University Of Calgary, Alberta’s population is projected to grow from about 3.8 million to 4.5 million by 2036, making it the second-largest province in Canada.
That is expected to bring more job opportunities for people in Alberta.
As well, the province has an increasing number of graduates and job seekers.
In 2017, there were 1.8 per cent more students in Alberta than in the previous year, with about a quarter of that coming from other parts of the country.
It is also forecast that Alberta’s unemployment rate will increase to 9.9 per cent in 2021, up from 9.5 per cent last year.
In 2018, there are already about 6,400 graduates in the province, up slightly from 5,000 last year, but still a significant number.
The number of new hires in the sector is also on the rise.
According to the latest job projections released by the Alberta government in February, the number of people hired or hired for each position will rise from 4,600 in 2020 to 5,200 by 2026.
Another factor is that the province is experiencing a boom in young people, with the number growing from about 11,500 in 2015 to 13,000 in 2019.
That has meant a rise in the number and type of jobs available to new Canadians, according the provincial government.
With so many people in the workforce, Alberta is also getting more and more expensive to run.
Alberta is also the only province in the country with a mandatory minimum wage of $15 an hour, which is higher than most other provinces, including Ontario, which has a minimum wage higher than the federal minimum of $10.25.
And the province will continue to pay a premium for students to go to university in the future.
So while there is still plenty of work to be done, Alberta has a lot to celebrate, said University of Calgary professor Michael Smith, one of the authors of the study.
“Alberta has always been a great place to be a student, and the province should be proud of the high number of student jobs,” he said.
With files from The Canadian Press