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View Poll Results: Which city has better entry-level employment prospects at the moment?
Vancouver 3 60.00%
Toronto 2 40.00%
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Old 06-29-2016, 03:23 PM
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I just graduated from university and have not much experience in the corporate world. So I'm open to entry-level job positions in a variety of fields such as marketing, HR, administrative or the travel industry.

From what I understand, Toronto is a bigger city and seems to have more going over there. But recent news indicate that job prospects in BC have been improving steadily, which explains the dilemma I'm facing on whether to stay in Vancouver or make the move to Toronto for my job hunt.

If you pick one city over the other, please tell me why.

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