• Bahen Centre for Information Technology, Room 1220 (map)
  • 40 Saint George Street
  • Toronto, ON, M5S 2E4
  • Canada

Statistics Canada has begun its annual post-secondary recruitment campaign for the Economist/Sociologist (EC) group. Statistics Canada is hiring: Economists, Data Analysts, Sociologists, Accountants, Industry Analysts, Geographers, Criminologists, Environmental Analysts, and Demographers.

Be part of the largest, most diverse community of experts at Statistics Canada! Imagine a career where you can:

  • Develop leading edge information that helps to shape and evaluate Canada’s economic and social policy
  • Analyze, interpret, conduct research and disseminate information that contributes to Canadians’ understanding of the economy, the environment and the society
  • Be part of an organization recognized as a world leader
  • Benefit from a training and development program with varied assignments
  • Have excellent prospects for advancement and mobility with the Federal Public Service

Meet Statistics Canada representatives Cathy and Benjamin at this session for more information.

Register at the Career Learning Network (CLN): www.cln.utoronto.ca

Find out more:
www.statcan.gc.ca/careers
http://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/sc/video/ec_recruit

Where to apply: www.jobs.gc.ca

Please note, applications for the EC recruitment and development program may be completed online between September 21 and October 13.


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Serving Canada with high-quality statistical information that matters.  Statistics Canada, a member of the Innovation, Science and Economic Development Portfolio, produces statistics that help Canadians better understand their country, its population, resources, economy, society and culture.  In addition to conducting a Census every five years, there are about 350 active surveys on virtually all aspects of Canadian life.  In Canada, providing statistics is a federal responsibility. As Canada's central statistical office, Statistics Canada is legislated to serve this function for the whole of Canada and each of the provinces and territories.  Objective statistical information is vital to an open and democratic society. It provides a solid foundation for informed decisions by elected representatives, businesses, unions and non-profit organizations, as well as individual Canadians.