Furniture industry – work in factories
According to the Information Center, which monitors the industry worldwide, there are 8,410 manufacturing enterprises in the country, employing about 85,000 people. Annual sales exceed 11 billion dollars. Quebec accounts for almost 50% of the production of wood products (wood); Ontario produces a lot of upholstered and office furniture. Almost 50% of large producers are located in rural areas.
EXAMPLES OF WAGES IN THE FORESTRY AND FURNITURE INDUSTRY
- Grinder-polisher from $ 20-22 per hour;
- Furniture assemblers $ 18-27 per hour;
- Packer from $ 17-20 per hour;
- Cleaner workshops $ 17-20 per hour;
- Upholstery $ 20-26 per hour;
- Draper $ 19-30 per hour;
- Joiner $ 21-30 per hour;
- Mechanic $ 31-35 per hour;
- Janitor $ 17-21 per hour;
- Carpenter $ 26-31 per hour.
Of the many sought-after vacancies (and these are hundreds of vacancies), we have presented only some positions where work experience is not even required or minimal experience is needed