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Job openings in Canada for Cashiers are increasing and turnover is high. In addition, there are not enough workers to fill these jobs, so about 1,000 or more cashier jobs not able to be filled at all each year.  A number of different venues need cashiers and the work is not always over-demanding or drudgery, although at times some cashiers must do a little cleaning.

Cashiers Needed in Canada

Cashiers meet new people, make long-term friends, and hear about other employment opportunities on the job. Sometimes, they are furnished with a free meal at work. Occasionally, a summer cashier will work his or her way up through the company and become the owner.

Cashier jobs are clustered the most densely in British Columbia, Alberta, and the Golden Horseshoe Area of Ontario, along with many position open in Montreal and Quebec City.  Click the link above for descriptions, working tips, maps, and important labour market information.


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