Career Colleges and Vocational Schools in Manitoba


Trade Schools in Manitoba

Manitoba is a province with promising job opportunities, strong growth prospects and high quality of life outside the office. One of the trade schools in Manitoba can show you how to maximize your career potential.

The top three industries that employ the most Manitobans include healthcare and social assistance (94,700 employed), trade (93,200 employed) and manufacturing (69,900 employed). Despite challenging global economic times, Manitoba's unemployment rate continues to trend substantially lower than Canada's as a whole. According to Statistics Canada, Manitoba's January 2011 unemployment rate was 5 percent, an 0.5 percent decrease from the same period in 2010. In absolute terms, employment growth is strongest in transportation and warehousing, and Manitoba's service sector accounts for 75.5 percent of province-wide employment. Studies indicate that obtaining a post-secondary degree may offer increased career opportunities and broader earning potential. Obtaining a degree from one of the trade schools in Manitoba is a great place to start.

Making it happen in Manitoba

Outdoor activities abound in Manitoba, nicknamed "Land of the 100,000 Lakes." From boating and fishing to hiking and biking, you'll always find a way to enjoy your free time. The buzzing arts and culture scene includes the Prairie Theatre Exchange, Manitoba Opera, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Exchange District and the Manitoba Museum, with several professional sports teams for those more inclined to sporting action.

The cost of living in Manitoba is competitive too. From the lowest electrical rates in North America to Winnipeg's boasting the lowest median house sale price in Royal LePage's April-June 2009 comparison of major Canadian cities, you'll find everything you need to succeed here. Whatever your goal, one of the trade schools in Manitoba can help put you on the road to a rewarding career.

See also: Universities and Colleges in Manitoba

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