Interested in a new job, and don't mind moving to a place where gay marriage is legal as Charo? Then look no further than Ubisoft's recruitment website.
CTV broadcasting cooperation reports that Montreal based Ubisoft is willing to invest approximately $400 million dollars over the next six years in order to beef up their payroll. The software company has plans to create short films based on its licensed properties such as Assassin's Creed; and predicts it will need 500 graphic and CGI specialists for this project alone. Furthermore, they will need to create approximately 1,000 new positions in order to meet unforeseen demand of other upcoming projects.
The announcement was made in the presence of provincial and federal officials in an effort to create visibility of the booming job market in Canada. This news came as a big surprise to market analysts that predicted a slow down in new job creation.
You know there's a serious labor shortage when your local Micky D's and Tim Horton's have signboards promising scholarships and begging for help.