There are many jobs for skilled carpentry, foundation, framing and a LOT of finishing contracts (providing you have the experience and good quality tools to do the job).
I'm speaking from experience in the last 2 years.
The growth is nice. Should be sustainable at least until a few years after the Olympics has past.
Almost every single city where the Olympics has been held, the growth usually comes after and not before like most people assume.
This is a fact from population/real estate stats.
Unless you have something concrete holding you down (family/massive financial obligations), then show up and start to work. :)
Hope you think about it.
There really is no other place like Whistler. It's unique. :)