Making a career move is a big decision. Mentally speaking, of course. But making a physical move to a whole other city an even BIGGER decision. A great deal of planning and research should happen before the call is made.

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That said, when shopping around for "the best" cities for employment in Canada, one should typically observe a few factors that influence the quality of life and potential employability in a city, for example, unemployment rate, crime rate, and yearly population growth. 

Today,  to get your research kick-started, we will focus only on the unemployment rate, and show you a list of the top 5 best cities, and worse cities ranked in terms of their yearly unemployment rate. 


The Best

1. Levis, Quebec

Unemployment rate: 3.4%

2. Camrose, Alberta

Unemployment rate: 3.9%

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3. Whistler, B.C.

Unemployment rate: 4.3%

4. Lacombe, Alberta

Unemployment rate: 4.9%

5. Red Deer, Alberta 

Unemployment rate: 4.9%

The Worse 

5. Kelowna, BC

Unemployment rate: 6.7%

4. Saint John, NB

Unemployment rate: 7.7%

3. Peterborough, Ontario

Unemployment rate: 7.6%

2. Sudbury, Ontario 

Unemployment rate: 8.4%

1. Windsor, Ontario

Unemployment rate: 9.7%

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