Montreal isn't exactly the land of opportunity but that doesn't mean finding a good job is impossible.\nWe may be ranked as the work city to find a job in Canada, but you need to need to look a little harder.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Ranked Worst Major City To Find A Job In Canada\nBut we figured job security is a very important, that's why we only listed job posts from big reputable companies that that offer perks and benefits as well as competitive salaries.\nAnd the best part about these companies is that definitely won't be going out of business anytime soon.\nVictoria's Secret\nSales Specialist\nThis job comes with many perks including in-store discounts as well as the entertainment value of watching men awkwardly wandering through the store.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nPepsi\nSales Representative\nSure this may be a sales job, but you're selling Pepsi, aka happiness in a bottle. Just don't get caught drinking Coke or you're fired.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nMarriott Hotels\nJunior Sales Manager\nHere you'll be responsible for sales as well as marketing, and you'll be working at a huge international corporation with over 500 global locations.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nSTM\nForeman\nYou'll be responsible to make sure that over 600 000 people get to where they are going on time. You'll be the city's greatest hero.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nHydro Quebec\nContract Manager\nYou will be the face of the brand as you negotiate with suppliers. You'll also develop strategies to secure bigger and better contracts.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nCadillac Fairview\nAdministrative Assistant II\nIt's the sequel to Administrative Assistant I, they almost called it Administrative Assistant: The Return or Administrative Assistant: Administrative Origins.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nBell Canada\nSales Representative\nThe best part of this job is that you'll be helping people communicate better. Oh and the fact that it pays $55,000 a year isn't too bad either.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nMichael Kors\nFT Cashier\nWe're not sure what the difference is between a cashier and an FT cashier, but who cares, you're only in it for the employee discount right?\nClick here to apply for this job.\nConcordia University\nManagement and Service Assistant\nYou paid so much money to Concordia so they could educate you, now it's time to turn the table and make them pay you.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nConcordia University\nStudy Hall Monitor\nAre you good at shushing people? Are you prone to headaches and need a quiet work enviroment? Well look no further.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nMcgill University\nAdministrative Coordinator\nProvide administrative and secretarial support and since you work at McGill people will automatically assume you're smart. It's like having a British accent.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nDawson College\nAdministration Officer\nBest part of this job is NOT having to deal with the students directly. If that's not enough encouragement perhaps $75,000 a year will sweeten the deal.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nIKEA\nBilingual Call Centre Representative\nPrepare for an eternity of helping people figure out what part of their bookshelf they're missing.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nMcGill\nAnimal Attendant\nAre you good with animals? Great, McGill needs you to take care of all the animals they have on site. No, not the students, although they can be animals sometimes.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nBest Buy\nCustomer Service\nYou'll be calling people and coordinating delivery schedules to make sure everyone gets what their ordered on time.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nLoto Quebec\nCloakroom Attendant\nIf there's one Montreal company you know will never go bankrupt it's definitely Pornhub, but Lotto Quebec is a very close second.\nClick here to apply for this job.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.