Of the , jobs created in Canada over the past year, about half — , — went to those aged over This group saw growth of about , jobs over the past year. Are the plus crowd stealing everyone else's jobs? From November of to November of , full-time jobs for the to crowd dropped by 31, The plus crowd added more than 70, full-time jobs in that time. Employers are hiring the people the country has available with the notable exception of temporary foreign workers , and what Canada has is an aging population.
The 55-Plus Crowd Are Taking Canada's Jobs, But There Is A Reason
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Winners from our 18th annual editorial competition An employee of TD Bank Group working at a standing desk Employees at TD Bank Group taking part in a team celebration About the Competition Background Since , the editors of Canada's Top Employers have published an annual list of the best workplaces for older Canadians. These employers lead the nation in creating special programs and benefits of interest to employees aged 40 years and older. Until , this competition was called the "Top Ten Employers for Experienced Workers" and published annually as an appendix to the Canada's Top Employers paperback. In , the competition was renamed the Top Employers for Canadians Over 40 to reflect the wide range of initiatives and programs considered in selecting the winners.