Countries Where Job Opportunities Look Fantastic
So with vaccines showing up and new cases of covid-19 dropping drastically, its only normal to think that it is hopefully just a matter of time before things go back to normal. So to help you with preparation for back to normal here is a head start in your career lives.
While the ranking was based on the number of jobs available, the percentage of people who are optimistic about it and the employment and unemployment rate it was pretty hard to decide which one is the best.
Adding, the quality of the job and the amount of hours worked, paid vacation and other benefits, tangled the situation and picking the right country was a little bit confusing.
But finally the recap gave us the possibility to find the countries which have the best job opportunities.
The country with the highest rates in all of the criteria won giving you the chance to see where job opportunities look the best.
While passing through Europe you should consider trying to apply for a job in Norway, where the job opportunities are pretty impressive.
While the country has the best salaries in the area and the most paid vacation days, finding a job here would mean to be qualified for one of the 52700 available jobs.
With high employment rate and a low risk of loosing your job, the place is a heaven for those who want to relocate to Norway.
Norway also has a very good system when it comes to offering the public a fair chance to a job, creating multiple ways to include even the foreigners in the job listing and occupancy process and also a active implication in the process of helping those from other countries to become a working person in their country
When considering a job opportunity you would like to see what is the minimum wage for a country because the first step you have to do is find a job no matter where.
With the highest minimum wage in the world, it raises the number of jobs you could apply for and also highlights another thing, the fact that the employment rate is pretty big.
Getting a job here would mean that there are as many chances as jobs available and the fact that they give you great maternal leave, 34 days of paid vacation and less overtime hours.
You don’t have to worry if you get fired here because the unemployment compensation is higher, but why be employed and not be the employer and start your business.
Denmark is the easiest place to establish a business and the World Bank ranked it number one place do do that, the paperwork and costs being limited to a matter of ours and couple of Danish krone.
With an employment rate of 72% and a 6,4% unemployment rate, Australia is a pretty big job market, that relies on a strong economy.
With almost 140,000 jobs available, reported to almost the same amount of unemployed people, the chances some don’t follow up job opportunities could increase other peoples chances.
While Australia wasn’t affected so much by the global recession that means that the job market hasn’t experienced a downfall, the economy’s growth being slow and steady.
Most of the jobs are in the major cities and Australia witnessed a high work-life balance, with its most livable cities Sydney and Melbourne.
Even though going to the United States to follow the American dream is a worn-out concept, the job opportunities here still look great.
In New York, the place where the finance jobs are blooming and other businesses like the ones in fashion technology and entertainment are also going through the roof, the United States offers over 4 million jobs.
The Employment rate isn’t so big and only 71,2% of the individuals have jobs, but only 5,5% of the people between 15 and 65 are unemployed.
While the land of opportunities still offers a pretty massive job market, even the people living here are optimistic and think that finding a job in the states is easy, 41% of them hopping to find one soon.
Canada is our number one country where job opportunities look good and the fact that the employment rate is higher that 70 percent, means you shouldn’t fear that you might lose your job after some time.
The Manpower Employment Outcome Survey gave us another reason to consider Canada to be a participant in the race of the countries with the highest job opportunities, that say that more than 20% of the employers questioned are going to hire in the future.
With such a plan for 2020, we think that job opportunities here are the thing that keep the nation optimistic.
Almost half of the Canadians think that the future reserves them good jobs in departments like manufacturing, transportation
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