The borough of Anjou companies is a lot about the Canada Industry Classifications that includes the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).
A list of companies to help you discover the local jobs opportunities, explore those that may interest you and, eventually, find a job in a borough that suits most if not all your requirements and preferences.
NAICS 44-45- Retail Trade = 234 companies and 5,080 career jobs
NAICS 41 - Wholesale Trade = 188 companies and 2,735 career jobs
NAICS 31-33 - Manufacturing = 151 companies and 6,595 career jobs
NAICS 54 - Professional, Scientific & Technical = 136 companies and 2,025 career jobs
NAICS 81 - Other Services (Except Public Administration) = 107 companies and 1,295 career jobs
NAICS 72 - Accommodation and Food Services = 68 companies and 1,320 career jobs
NAICS 53- Real Estate and Rental and Leasing = 46 companies and 425 career jobs
NAICS 52 - Finance and Insurance = 41 companies and 1,855 career jobs
NAICS 51 - Information and Cultural Industries = 28 companies and 600 career jobs
NAICS 55 - Management of Companies and Enterprises = 17 companies and 35 career jobs
In this borough, 55% of the local companies have less than 10 employees, 40% have between 10 to 100 employees and 5% have more than 100 employees. In Anjou companies, 86% of the local residents are employees and 9% are self-employed.
In Anjou companies, employment is the main source of income for 95% of the local residents, including the self-employed. Among the employed, 32% earn less than $20,000, 43% earn between $20,000 and $50,000, 20% earn more than $50,000 and 5% earn $100,000 or more.
A borough where 34% of the adult population obtained a university degree, 18% a college degree and 34% a high school diploma. In Anjou, 12% have no diploma but are definitely not without talent, knowledge and experience and 13% are in a low income situation.
In Anjou, the majority of the population is non-immigrant and accounts for 66%, the immigrant population accounts for 33% and the non permanent residents account for 1% (*).
NAICS 23 - Construction = 95 companies and 1,560 career jobs
NAICS 62 - Health Care and Social Assistance = 90 companies and 1,200 career jobs
NAICS 48-49- Transportation and Warehousing = 82 companies and 2,050 career jobs
NAICS 56 - Administrative & Support, Waste Management and Remediation = 72 companies and 1,925 career jobs
NAICS 71 - Arts, Entertainment and Recreation = 10 companies and 260 career jobs
NAICS 61 - Educational Services = 8 companies and 800 career jobs
NAICS 91 - Public Administration = 3 companies and 595 career jobs
NAICS 22 - Utilities = 1 company and 245 career jobs
NAICS 21- Mining, Quarrying and Oil and Gas Extraction = 0 company and 15 career jobs
NAICS 11 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting = 0 company and 85 career jobs
In Anjou, 48% of the local population can hold a conversation in French and in English. French being the official language in the Province of Quebec and French and English being the two official languages in Canada.
Local residents who also speak Arabic, Spanish, Italian, Creole, Romanian, Kabyle, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Chinese and Berber. As for the 205 or so Aboriginal Peoples living in the borough, 45% are members of the First Nations and 53% are Metis.
A borough where 56% of the local residents are tenants and 44% are owners and where private dwellings are divided into two categories, 17% condominiums and 83% other dwellings.
Among those other dwellings, buildings with less than 5 storeys account for 57%, buildings with more than 5 storeys account for 18%, duplex houses account for 8%, detached houses account for 8%, townhouses account for 5% and semi-detached houses account for 4%.
A few information, not many, about the Anjou companies. Information that may help you decide where you would rather live and where you would rather work according to your preferences and your requirements.
Also interesting and possibly useful, Emploi Québec and its IMT section called Search for Sectors of Activities. So are the National Occupation Classification and the Arrondissement Anjou with more detailed or more recent information.
(*) Technically and according to Statistics Canada: "non-permanent residents (NPRs) are persons who have been legally granted the right to live in Canada on a temporary basis under the authority of a temporary resident permit, along with members of their family living with them".
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