In fields that don’t require directly dealing with the general public or where one is dealing almost exclusively with the anglophone population (which is larger in absolute numbers than many people who live outside of Quebec often realize), yes.Unless the subject they taught was French, a teacher in an English school wouldn’t need to know anything.Clergy working in an English-speaking congregation can manage without knowing French if they do, but it does help if they do.
If your supervisor is able to communicate with you in a language that suits you, there are many low-paying jobs where that is possible.It’s definitely an asset to have some knowledge of French and a willingness to learn it, which will open up a lot of opportunities for you.
Yes, I agree.Tech industry is an example of being able to only speak English in Montreal for work.Most of the office employees were bilingual and my friend did tech work in Montreal.
Montreal has a full set of institutions in English, including universities, colleges and schools, radio stations, TV stations, and newspapers.
Many smaller tech companies operate in English as they serve English speaking markets.