Hundreds of skilled jobs to fill every year.
True, agriculture and forestry are important pillars of our economy. That said, 70% of our jobs come from the commercial and service-based sectors.
Working in Témiscamingue means taking on stimulating responsibilities, rapidly attaining management positions, and easily balancing work and family. There are more hours in the day here, because we spend no time in traffic. By 4:47 p.m. we’re already planning the rest of our day from the comfort of our homes.
Several ministries, organizations, and businesses offer incentives to work or intern in the region. All the more reason to take the leap and join our community.
- Repères program
- Provincial tax credit for recent grads
- Federal and provincial moving cost deductions
- Discovering the next generation: internships to explore and observe business operations
- Employment aid programs for immigrants and visible minorities (PRIIME)
- Scholarships for students in health and social services (links to follow)
- Health and education: regional disparity premiums ($6,800 to $9,800 per year/worker)