Difficulties For Students To Find Good Jobs In Toronto

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There are a lot of jobs available in the city of Toronto, but there are also plenty of people available to fill these positions. The more people we have in our city, the higher the qualifications for certain positions are, thus, the harder it is for our city's students to find good paying jobs.Students can attain jobs fairly easily, as there are always people and places hiring for younger individuals. The key here is "good" jobs. Most of these places that are looking for help, and to hire, tend to be in the food services industries, such as McDonalds, which usually start to pay at minimum wage, with no bonuses or tips. These big corporations make so much money, and I'm sure paying such ...view middle of the document...

As much as many jobs attempt to be equal opportunity employers, to work in a warehouse for Loblaws, for example, you must be able to lift up to 60 lbs, comfortably. Many females would not be able to complete this task, and in warehouse positions, such as these, the pay is often very rewarding. The hard work that individuals put in to the job, allows them to gain more and more extra dollars and cents added to their paycheck. At Loblaws warehouses, for example, employees tend to start at approximately $12/hour, and within 2 years, can be working at their limit of $21/hour, with benefits. There are plenty of men working these harder jobs in companies, or operating machinery, such as forklifts, which aren't exactly seen as very respectful positions to the general public, but do in fact make more money than the average job, retail jobs, bank clerks, other minor warehouse duties, and plenty more positions that tend to pay out much less than the $21/hour limit, with not too much experience needed. Once again, these jobs are harder to find for women because of the heavy lifting involved.People may question why would students need to have better paying jobs, and benefits, and the simple real...


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