Calgary’s Economy Ranks Highest Among Canada’s Metro Areas

Of all of Canada’s biggest metropolitan areas, Calgary’s economy performed the best in 2014.

Per the Global Metro Monitor, as reported by Huffington Post, Calgary’s GDP per capita rose 3.1% from 2013 to 2014 and its employment improved by 2.7%.

The growth in economy is obviously a positive development for Calgary, and the better the economy is for a city, the more likely you will have families with disposable income.

Families with more disposable income can really help dance studios, which leads to more dance classes, which leads to more dance teacher openings. Dance Teacher Finder can help you if you are a Calgary dance instructor looking for a dance teaching job.  It provides a resume database for dance studios to view and by submitting your resume in our database, you can be noticed by Calgary dance schools.  You can also apply to job listings.

Calgary dance studios can benefit from Dance Teacher Finder’s services, too.  Calgary dance studios can get memberships from Dance Teacher Finder  that allows them to post jobs and view dance instructors’ resumes.  Dance studios with memberships also are included in our dance studio listings.

About Elizabeth Emery

Elizabeth Emery is a former dance studio owner. She owned Dancers Unite in Charlotte, NC for 6 years, where she helped run the studio as well as taught dance classes six days a week. She sold her studio to one of her teachers and now dedicates her time helping other dance studio owners as well as dance teachers with her new business, Dance Teacher Finder, which helps pair dance studios with dance instructors. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and double majored in Business Economics and Marketing. Elizabeth currently splits her time between Charlotte, North Carolina and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dance Instructors, Dance Studio Owners