What are the most sought-after jobs in Canada?
Canada is a country that offers many job opportunities. If you come to the country of the maple leaf you will notice in the streets many stores with the signs "we are hiring" (in English) or nous recrutons (in French). While it is true that there are many vacancies available, it is also true that some professions are more in demand in Canada than others. Many of these jobs do not require work experience, but are for citizens, permanent residents or people who have a work permit and generally require fluency in the language spoken in the province. There are also many job opportunities in many fields for those who have work experience, the required education and speak English and/or French (other requirements may apply).
Here are the top 7 most in-demand jobs in Canada:
1. Web developers: they are needed in small, medium and even large corporations. According to Indeed, the average salary for a web developer is $71,657 per year in Canada.
Human resources (HR) managers: they are responsible for recruiting personnel for companies. According to Indeed, the average salary of a human resources manager is $75,165 per year in Canada.
3. Key account executive: they manage the most important accounts of the organization, those that provide a high revenue stream. Their main objective is to maintain the relationship between these clients and the company. According to Glassdoor, the average salary for a key account executive is $80,857 per year in Canada.
4. Marketing manager: they help companies to implement marketing strategies in companies. This includes traditional marketing, social media, SEO, SEM, etc. According to Indeed the average salary for a marketing manager is $65,068 per year in Canada.
5. Electrical Engineers: and in general engineers of all types are in high demand in Canada as the country faces a shortage of these professionals and employers are looking abroad to fill the gaps in the labor market.
6. Registered nurses: and health care personnel in general are in high demand. Nurses enjoy many benefits and competitive salaries. According to Indeed their average hourly wage is: $ CAD 38.59.
7. Welders: in high demand due to the decrease in the number of skilled workers. By 2028, the Canadian government expects more than 23,000 positions to open in the country.
An interesting fact is that according to Statistics Canada the unemployment rate was 5.2% in April of this year and for people aged 25 to 54 it is even lower, standing at 4.3%. These percentages are much lower compared to unemployment rates in South America.
Remember that several of the jobs mentioned above require different requirements to be able to work in Canada. However, if you inform yourself correctly and make an effort to comply with them, you will surely be able to achieve your goal of working in Canada.
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