The information displayed on this dashboard has been extracted from 36,488
online postings for jobs in Surrey, collected in the period from
Nov 2019 to Oct 2020.
Jobs in Surrey amounted to 9.6% of all jobs in British Columbia.
All Surrey 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.
8,159 of all postings for
Surrey jobs listed a salary. The average salary advertised in them was
$47,830 to $34,606.
The most advertised job categories in Surrey were
Administrative assistants; Accounting technicians and bookkeepers; and Carpenters.
The most in-demand required skills that employers listed
when advertising jobs in Surrey were English language
(required by 67.0% of all Surrey jobs)
, and Communication skills
Employers who advertised job openings in Surrey included
City of Surrey, Fortis Inc., and Fraser Health Authority.
The city of Surrey is located in the Eastern outskirts of the Greater Vancouver Area, and is connected to the city of Vancouver through public transit (the Vancouver skytrain) and the Trans-Canada Highway. Surrey is the second largest city in the Greater Vancouver Area after the City of Vancouver itself. Surrey is home to about 20% of all jobs in Metro Vancouver. Surrey is home to the second largest number of jobs in the Vancouver area, second only to the city of Vancouver (Vancouver metro). Jobs in Surrey are sometimes advertised being in Vancouver simply because Surrey is part of the Greater Vancouver area and is often seen as part of Vancouver - although administratively it is a separate city.<BR><BR>Jobs in Surrey are expected to increase their share of the total jobs in Vancouver (the Greater Vancouver Area), as Surrey's employment growth is projected to be the highest in the Greater Vancouver Area in the coming decades. Like in the Greater Vancouver Area as a whole, Jobs in Surrey are dominated by jobs in the Sales and Service categories which accounts for over 25% of all Surrey jobs. There are many business, finance, and administration jobs in Surrey as well. Of working Surrey residents, almost a third (32%) report working on jobs in Surrey. Of those, the majority drive to work.