Best Cities for Work in 2015: our ranking of all 36


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From Surrey to Squamish to Fort St. John, we rank 36 cities and tell you where to work now
Home is where the heart is—but a good paycheque doesn’t hurt. We gathered data on 36 cities throughout the province, provided by Environics Analytics, ranking them according to their job markets. Our methodology, which employs seven economic indicators, weighs certain criteria, like income growth, more heavily than, say, unemployment. For more on that, refer to the link below. To see which cities placed where, click through this slideshow.

Illustration: Matthew Billington

For a closer look at our 2015 Best Cities package, including analysis, heat maps and our methodology, click here >>

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