Explore Careers - Job Market Report
Description | Titles | Duties | Related Occupations
Included Cities in Region | Service Canada Offices
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Local Employment Potential Information
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Saint John--St. Stephen Region||(Undetermined)||2016-12-23|
No employment outlook has been assigned to Dietitians and nutritionists (NOC 3132) in the Saint John - St. Stephen region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Feb 06 - Feb 10, 2017
- Tropical Shipping, the main container service at Port Saint John since 2001, moved its operations to Halifax in January. Workers are now counting on DP World, the new operator of the Rodney Container Terminal, to drum up new business.
- Owners of Liquid Gold Olive Oils and Vinegars have decided to close their uptown Saint John location, after operating for five years without turning a profit. The company sells artisanal olive oil and other high-end foods.
- With a contribution of nearly $5.2M from the provincial government, Sears Canada is opening a call centre in Saint John. The centre will create 350 jobs.
- Holly's Restaurant, a long-time staple of Hampton's main drag, has closed its doors after 20 years in operation. The closure will result in the loss of 10 jobs.
- Locavore Foods is set to open in Saint John. The venue will be a ¿café application¿ and will feature New Brunswick-sourced foods.
- The new Sears business centre that is set to open in Saint John will begin the hiring process with a job fair on February 1 and 2, 2017. The fair will be held at the future location of the centre, Loch Lomond Place on McDonald Road.
- East Side Shop, a popular skateboarding shop in Saint John, has closed its doors. The store employed four people and there has been no official word on why the store closed.
- Kredl's Corner Market, of Hampton, has avoided bankruptcy after paying a $750,000 settlement to its creditors. Owner, David Wolpin, has already called back 18 employees who were let go at an earlier date.
- The provincial government has committed $649,000 towards the support of youth employment in the Kennebecasis Valley region. The funding will support 57 jobs with 32 different employers.
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