Agriculture workers in Canada are in demand due to a short supply of workers in the workforce, a new study by the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC) has found.
It found that the current gap between labour demand and the domestic workforce is 59,000 in the industry.
Furthermore, projections suggest that the Canadian agri-workforce could be short workers for 114,000 jobs by 2025.
In response, the Canadian agriculture industry has been encouraging young people and workers from other sectors around the world to get into agriculture as a career.
According to the CAHRC, labour shortages create risks to farmers who can only hope they will have the same or greater access to both domestic and foreign workers in the future as they do now.CAHRC are in proper arrangement and support of group workers Visas, tickets and living quarters, interested group applicants workforce should contact us with their group batch lists and Resume's by email at:
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