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Re: “Saying farewell to Nova Scotia for a reason

Wow. I don't even know where to begin. Let's talk about employment; the reality is that Halifax employers only hire within friend circles or people who are somehow connected to the company. You can have your Masters and struggle to get a minimum wage job. I was rejected from the Barrington street Tim Hortons, even though I have my MA, only to learn that a few weeks later, they hired many young workers with no experience. No matter where you apply, most places in Halifax will tell you the same thing... "we aren't hiring". This is because business owners are not able to bring in a stable clientele which creates a slippery slope for any big investment. Look at companies such as The Works burger restaurant: opened in February with massive popularity but slowly lost momentum and closed down. This is because for some strange reason, Nova Scotians can't seem to properly market their business in a way that appeals to the younger generations.

I have my Masters in Psychology and have been unemployed for three months. Sorry Halifax, looks like 4,273 people will have had enough.

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Posted by jack02020 on 12/12/2013 at 6:29 PM

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