Labor Minister Jean Boulette on Sunday announced a $ 19 million new investment to boost employment in the information technology (IT) sector.
Of this 19 million, IT 15 million will be allocated to IT companies or about 900 companies for financial assistance. These funds are intended to assist in training aimed at improving employee skills, recruiting outside of Quebec and creating workforce needs. Quebec estimates that the aid could reach 4,000 workers.
The remaining $ 4 million will go to the stimulus relief program. The money will be used to train nearly 500 people and “contribute to small IT training in college or university-level institutions, including the unemployed,” the Ministry of Labor said in a statement. Aired Sunday.
“These measures are aimed at encouraging young people, women and immigrants, in particular, to pursue careers in the IT sector,” the ministry said.
You should contact Services Quebec offices to take advantage of these measures.
“This investment will allow us to act quickly to increase the number of trainees each year, which is not enough to meet the demand,” Minister Boulette described the IT sector as a “strategic sector”. “And” priority “.