Research has shown that income is the most important predictor of a healthy life – even more important than lifestyle or genetics1. When people and families can afford the basics, such as food, education, access to quality health care, clothing and stable housing, they are more likely to be healthy.
Often referred to as the social determinants of health, these economic and social conditions affect our chances of achieving good health, and in some cases, life success. Without equal access, our life trajectories can differ dramatically.
For low-income families, the basics of life can be a daily struggle. Low-income youth face added, often devastating vulnerabilities and pressures on academic performance, relationships and physical and emotional health.
Opportunity, flexibility and new challenges every day are just a few of the reasons you’ll be happy you came on board.
When you work at Tim Hortons, you’ll feel right at home. It’s a fun, flexible environment where guests are your neighbours, where co-workers are your friends and where simple acts make for a lasting impression.
We’d love for you to join the team. Because it’s the people that make Tims, Tims. And we’re looking for people like you.