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Bonduelle’s Angela Fehr Enriquez on Why You Should Work in the Food and Beverage Processing Industry
Angela Fehr Enriquez, an operations technician at Bonduelle, shares why you should work in the food and beverage processing industry.
Overall, this industry can be broken down into 11 subsectors based on the type of foods they produce. So, let’s dive into them!
Bonduelle’s Michelle Papineau shares her Career Journey in the Food and Beverage Processing Industry
We recently chatted with Michelle about her career journey, what she loves about working in the industry, and her advice for those looking to join it
Ontario’s food and beverage processing industry feeds our province and the world, and it offers a variety of rewarding career opportunities. Yet, there are so many opportunities that it can become overwhelming to know where to even start.
There are almost 125,000 individuals employed in Ontario’s food and beverage processing sector. In fact, it’s the province’s largest manufacturing sector employer.
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CareersNOW! is Helping Jobseekers Discover Opportunities in Ontario’s Food and Beverage Processing Industry
Ontario’s food and beverage processing sector is the largest in Canada – accounting for 37% of the industry’s revenue in the country. The sector has more than 4,000 establishments in the province, employing over 125,000 people.
If you want to get a job, Ontario’s food and beverage processing industry has no shortage of opportunities, especially in its meat and poultry sector.
If you are doing your job search right now, there is a good chance you will be asked to do a video interview. According to Techpublic, more than 86 percent of the companies are currently conducting video interviews.