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Jobs & Employment Exchange

2022 - 2023 Job Market

A survey has been sent to the Canadian Economic Department Heads to assess the interest in a Canadian specific job market exchange for the 2022 - 2023 season. The majority of departments plan or prefer to hold their first round interviews online; as such, an in-person CEEE will not take place this season. Interviews will continue to be arranged directly between the hiring department and candidates. 

Departments: The CEA will continue to circulate job postings for Canadian Economics departments to the department chairs' list. Please forward a PDF copy and a link to the posting to 

Candidates: please check the Economics job boards for current job postings (links on right hand side to external sites). Highlights of Canadian departments hiring this season are provided below (most but not all are posted on, and please see details for the Job Market Mentoring Events below.

CEA Economics Job Market Mentoring Events

The CEA, the Canadian Economics Diversity Committee (CEDC) and the Canadian Women Economists Committee (CWEC) are hosting a number of mentoring events this fall, aimed at graduate students on the job market this year or in the coming years.  We hope to have a few focussed panels, Q&A sessions with job market candidates from previous years and those who have served on hiring committees.  We are also planning workshops to help job market candidates perfect their 3-minute "elevator speech" about their research.  

Our first meeting was on October 12, at 8PM Eastern.  This was a casual Meet & Greet and information gathering session.  We provided a short overview of the job market and where to find resources, introduce the mentoring committee and gather information about issues and questions that attendees would like to explore further.  

Based on the feedback from students on the market, we will hold an information session to provide tips for applications and first-round interviews on Wednesday November 2 (8PM Eastern, 5PM Pacific).  We hope you will be able to join us.  

We will also be hosting workshops on the "Three-minute elevator speech."  Being able to succinctly and effortlessly describe your research in under three minutes will start of your interviews on the right path and give a top-notch first impression.  We will have two sessions - November 30 and December 14 - to accommodate everyone.  All students on the market from Canadian universities, or current CEA members on the market are welcome to sign up.   You will be assigned to a small group that includes other students and experienced economists.  More details to come.

Please forward this registration link to all PhD Students who may be on the market this year or next.     

To register as an attendee at the CEA Economics Job Market Mentoring Events, please complete the following form.  Zoom links and information will be sent prior to each event:


Selection of Canadian Departments with Posted Job Ads

(links go to the external website with the job posting):

University of Toronto - Economic Analysis and Policy Area at the Rotman School of Management
Associate-Professor/Professor (September 26 Deadline)
Assistant Professor (November 21 Deadline)
Assistant Professor - Urban (November 21 Deadline)

Ivey Business School - Business, Economics and Public Policy
Assistant Professor or Associate Professor - Business, Economics and Public Policy  (November 1 Deadline)

UBC Okanagan -  Department of Economics, Philosophy and Political Science
Assistant Professor - Applied Econometrics (November 11 Deadline)

UBC Okanagan -  Department of Economics, Philosophy and Political Science
Assistant Professor - Labour Economics (November 11 Deadline)

University of Toronto Mississauga - Department of Management
Assistant Professor - Finance/Financial Economics (November 15 Deadline)

MacEwan University - Department of Anthropology, Economics & Political Science
Assistant Professor - Financial Economics (Review Starts November 21)

University of Waterloo - Department of Economics
Assistant Professor - all fields (November 28 Deadline)

York University, Glendon College - Department of Economics
Sessional Assistant Professor - any field  (November 30 Deadline)

McGill University - Department of Economics
Assistant Professor - Industrial Organization - International Finance/Macro - International Trade - Public Economics (November 30 Deadline)

University of Manitoba - Department of Economics
Assistant Professor - Macroeconomics, tenure-track (December 1 Deadline)
Assistant Professor - Microeconomics, tenure-track (December 1 Deadline)

Bank of Canada / Banque du Canada:
Deputy Governor (non-executive) / Sous-gouverneur ou sous-gouverneure (poste non dirigeant). The Bank is currently seeking a Deputy Governor (non-executive). The position has a term of two years with an option to be extended for one additional year. The core accountabilities of the role are about 50% to 70% of a full-time position.
Please see the external posting for details.


Student & Recent Graduate Programs:

Analysis Group - Analyst & Associate Roles

Bank of Canada - Students & Recent Graduates Program

Finance Canada - Economist and Policy Analyst Recruitment (October 31 Deadline)

Statistics Canada - Student Program & Open Positions 

The Government of Canada - Recruitment of Policy Leaders (RPL) program


Note: this list is not a comprehensive list but a sample;
please also check the relevant job boards (links on right hand side or below to external sites)


Job Board Resources:

The following  is a list of Economics job boards (external to the CEA) to assist with your search:






2020 CEEE Reception:

A Virtual Toast to this Year's Canadian
PhD Job Candidates


The Canadian Economics Employment Exchange (CEEE) is an annual event organized by the CEA to facilitate the logistics of in-person interviews between Canadian Economics departments with recent PhD Economists on the Canadian job market. The CEEE also provides valued networking and camaraderie for candidates experiencing the, at times, stressful hiring process. In an ordinary year, around 20 hiring organizations and over 100 candidates congregate at a hotel in Toronto (or at the University Toronto) to hold interviews, gather for a cocktail reception sponsored by the Bank of Canada, and compare notes in the hospitality room. 

The reality of this pandemic year means an in-person CEEE is not possible, and departments have transferred to online interviews. Although demand for the in-person CEEE has parted, for 2020 the CEA is organizing this virtual event to help kick-off the Canadian Econ market and bring a modicum of cheer to this unusual job market season:


An online reception to toast this year's Canadian Econ job market candidates with experienced Economists who have served on a hiring committee and experienced the job market themselves at one point! 

Please see the event page to register:


Note: the CEA is not involved with individual virtual interviews between candidates and hiring organizations. Hiring departments will schedule their virtual interviews directly with candidates. Candidates should check the relevant job boards (e.g. EconJobMarket site /JOE / Canadian Economics departments' websites) for 2020-2021 job postings accepting applicants.






 The 2019 Canadian Economics Employment Exchange (CEEE)
December 6-7, 2019

Grand Hotel Toronto


Canadian Economics Employment Exchange (CEEE) will be on Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7 at the Grand Hotel Toronto at 225 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario ( The purpose of the CEEE is to facilitate the search of Canadian PhD candidates who are seeking employment and of the Canadian organizations who may be interested in hiring these candidates.

The CEEE meetings will begin on Friday, December 6, with interviews taking place approximately between 9:00am and 6:00 pm. On Saturday, December 7, the interviews will continue from 9:00am to 1:00pm with possible extensions to 5:00pm. A cocktail reception will occur on the Friday evening from 5:30pm to 7:00 pm.

Interviews are arranged prior to the CEEE.  Both candidates and organizations should schedule their interviews before the CEEE by directly contacting each other. Information on the available positions can be found on the website of the hiring Economics Department.  Note, many organizations who come to the exchange also post their positions on the EconJobMarket site:



There will be an information desk and hospitality room, open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on December 6th and 9:00am to 3:00 pm on December 7th. Employers are requested to check-in at this location. The information desk is where and where students can obtain employer interview room information. Light snacks will be provided in the hospitality room. The specific room number will be communicated closer to the date.



On Friday evening from 5:30pm to 7:00 pm, there will be a cocktail reception sponsored by the Bank of Canada in the Citrus Lounge at the Grand Hotel (the same location as the CEEE 2019 meetings). All CEEE participants are welcomed to attend. PLEASE make sure to drop by the information desk to pick up your name tag and ticket for the event.



Student candidates are encouraged to fill out the CEEE Candidate Form to indicate your attendance. This helps us to plan for the reception. Interviews are to be arranged with the hiring organization prior to the CEEE. *There is no charge for candidates* If you require hotel accommodations, please refer to the Hotel Accomodation document with booking information and group rates.



For employers, there is a two step process for registration:

1) Interview Room Booking: Please see the Employer Hotel Information Sheet with group rates and booking details for interview suites as well as accommodations. Important: no regular hotel rooms are to be used for interviews, only hotel suites or the meeting rooms available on the first floor. When reserving with the Hotel, please identify as an organization looking to book their interview suite for the Canadian Economics Association Job Exchange Event. If you experience any difficulties booking the group rate, please contact Dorinne Ah-Kam at

2) Register for the event with the CEA: A small registration fee is required to cover the costs of operating the exchange. Employers (typically represented by the department chair) can use the link below to register for the event. Note, you will need to have a CEA member account to complete the purchase.

*If you are experiencing any issues PLEASE contact Paula Emery

Employer Registration



If you are paying online, please send an email to the CEA office ( with "CEEE 2019" in the subject line to indicate whose name is on the credit card that you have used and for which organization you are recruiting. Contact for any questions.

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The following  is a list of Economics job boards (external to the CEA) to assist with your search: