Why Relocate?

Why relocate to the Slave Lake Region?

Deciding to relocate isn’t a simple process, there are many layers of questions that need to be answered first, such as: does the community offer career opportunities and advancement for myself and my spouse; what is the average household income; are there support organizations available to establish and enhance my career; are there good schools and family amenities that cater to my needs; and many, many more. The good news – if you decide to relocate to the Slave Lake Region, you will not be disappointed with the career opportunities presented and the lifestyle you and your family can enjoy.

The Slave Lake Region is strategically located in a hotbed of activity: it is near the burgeoning Pelican Lake Oilfield; has four large forestry mills and many heavy industrial operators in the Mitsue Industrial Park which employees over 1,750 workers annually; is a hotspot for year-round tourism; and is the regional hub and retail service center for north-central Alberta. As such, there is diversity of opportunity not only in the industry you are seeking but also in the position of responsibility, from entry-level to senior management. New positions arise each day in numerous industries and organizations, which provide career options for you and your spouse.

Benefits of relocating to the Slave Lake Region not only include an average household income of $95,000 (2013), but also allows you and your family to be in Alberta’s recreation haven while having convenient access to Edmonton. The numerous activities, whether summer, winter or indoor, provide excellent opportunities for fun and laughter. Once you spend a glorious summer in the Slave Lake Region, enjoying the many lakes and rivers, you will be hooked! Be sure to check out our Resident Welcome Package for more information on living in the region.

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