B.C. Ferries has just been rated as a top employer in the province for the fourth year in a row. Luckily for anyone on the job hunt, they're hiring right now. If you're in the market for a job with B.C. Ferries, now is the time to spruce up that resume.\nThe editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers rely on an extensive selection of factors to compile their list of the top employers in the country, or in this case, the province.\nThe criteria include physical workplace, work and social atmosphere, and health and family benefits, amongst others.\nSo what makes B.C. Ferries so special? Outside of their pretty sweet vacation packages, as outlined on their website, they are being recognized for their extremely generous employee benefits.\nAccording to Canada's Top 100, the company provides its employees up to ten personal days off in order to "take the time they need to recharge," with additional days off as part of their "formally earned days off program."\nThis means if you're willing to work your butt off, there are some awesome extra vacation days waiting for you. You might not even have to leave B.C. to travel to some incredible destinations while taking your time off.\nView this post on Instagram Ferry a a Isla de Vancouver A post shared by El Viajero Invernal (@elviajeroinvernal) on Jan 14, 2020 at 10:31pm PST\nThey also promote their employees' physical and mental well-being by subsidizing the cost of gym memberships, golf lessons, bicycles.\nThe company also encourages group initiatives such as marathons, in-office meditation, and hiking trips up the Grouse Grind.\nView this post on Instagram 거의 구해주세요 급인데.. A post shared by 목희 (@ahzlw) on Jan 25, 2020 at 6:05pm PST\nB.C. Ferries also helps out employees in planning their retirement savings by setting up a solid pension plan.\nAs of now, the company is hiring right now for a whole variety of positions.\nThis hiring page gives you a idea of the type of positions they have available at the moment. Whether you're an engineer, electrician, mechanic, analyst, or a master of the ship, they've got room for you.\nThey are also hiring for a number of season positions including deckhands, attendants, customer service associates, and ticket agents.\nSo whether you like being on ferries or working behind a computer, they can probably hook you up.\nOther top employers included in the list are Victoria Airport Authority, ICBC, the University of British Columbia, the British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch, BC Hydro, and the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.