The information displayed on this dashboard has been extracted from 19,697
online postings for jobs in Burnaby, collected in the period from
Jul 2020 to Jun 2021.
Jobs in Burnaby amounted to 4.7% of all jobs in British Columbia.
All Burnaby job demand information displayed here is extracted from the job postings automatically,
with an accuracy of at least 90%. A small error margin of 10% or less is possible,
mostly due to the ambiguity of the information that employers provide in their job postings.
Other communities located in the same region as Burnaby include Surrey.
3,932 of all postings for
Burnaby jobs listed a salary. The average salary advertised in them was
$47,890 to $41,613.
The most advertised job categories in Burnaby were
Material handlers; Retail salespersons; and Administrative assistants.
The most in-demand required skills that employers listed
when advertising jobs in Burnaby were Communication skills
(required by 42.8% of all Burnaby jobs)
, and Customer Service
Employers who advertised job openings in Burnaby included
BC Public Service, City of Burnaby, and Amazon.
The City of Burnaby is located in the centre of tge Greater Vancouver Area, imediately to the east of the city of Vancouver. Burnaby is the third largest city of the Greater Vancouver Area, surpassed only by Surrey and Vancouver. Jobs in Burnaby account for roughly 10% of Greater Vancouver Area's employment. This means that the number of job in Burnaby is smaller than the number of jobs in Surrey and jobs in downtown Vancouver, but larger than in any of the remaining cities in the Greater Vancouver Area. From the 70's until the early 90's, growth in the number of jobs in Burnaby was faster than the overall growth in the number of jobs in Vancouver (the greater Vancouver area), meaning that Burnaby's share of employment in the greater Vancouver Area was increasing. This trend changed in the early 90's as service jobs started replacing manufacturing jobs in Burnaby. Today, the growth in the number of jobs in Burnaby is in line with the overall growth in the number of jobs in Greater Vancouver - and this is projected to remain the trend through at least 2041.