Canada is a country in North America which has been recorded to have a progressive number of immigrants. There are job openings in various provinces and territories in Canada and there is a place for everyone with different career paths, skill strengths, and roles for skilled labor like general laborers, truck drivers, and welders. Likewise, there are roles for people in the administrative and professional fields like human resource managers, project managers, account managers, administrative assistants, and receptionists.
Here are the top in-demand jobs in Canada:
1. Human Resource Managers: They are responsible for recruiting the right talent in Canada’s job market and assist businesses and organizations in complying with labor laws, reducing staff turnover, supporting company growth, onboarding new employees, and managing company growth. They earn an average median hourly wage of $49.74.
2. Web Developers: They aid in the development of applications and have remained in high demand both during and after the pandemic, as businesses continue to turn to technological solutions. They earn an average salary of $69,305.
3. Registered Nurse: Healthcare sector jobs are in high demand in Canada and, due to the shortage of labor in this sector, nurses receive a high rate of salary and bonuses. However, the requirements to become a registered nurse are a bachelor’s degree and formal registration with the nursing territorial and regulatory authorities. They earn an average salary of $76,603.
4. A receptionist: they earn an average salary of $31,304 and is the first point of contact in an organization. They play a huge role in the impressions they create on existing or prospective clients who desire to partner with an organization. This role requires an individual to have good knowledge of operating a computer and multitasking, as it makes the job less time-consuming even while interacting face-to-face with clients.
5. Pharmacists: In recent years, this has been one of the highest-paying, most in-demand jobs in Canada, and a pharmacist can build a career path by working in a hospital, a drugstore, or opening their own pharmacy. However, the requirements are a degree in pharmacy, taking and passing the exam conducted by the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada, and registering in your province to become a certified pharmacist in Canada. Pharmacists in Canada earn an average of $45 per hour.
6. Customer Service Representative: Customer service representatives help solve problems with customers in person, by email, by virtual chat, or by phone call. They earn an average hourly wage of $19.00.
7. Data Scientists and Analysts: Data analysts enable organizations to collect and analyze massive data sets, which can be used to improve everything from manufacturing efficiency to sales and retention. In this era of online sales and search activities, it has become in high demand .The pay per year for data analysts and data scientists ranges from $71,613 to $82,713.
8. Warehouse workers: they help in distributing products ordered online and handle, move, load, and unload materials by hand or with a variety of equipment. They earn an average salary of $34,127.
9. Truck drivers: They are responsible for moving goods and products around very fast and are employed by transportation, manufacturing, distribution, and moving companies; trucking employment service agencies; or they may be self-employed. However, for this job, a Class 3 or D license is required to drive straight-body trucks, and a Class 1 or A license is required to drive long-haul combination vehicles. They earn an average salary of $50,700.
10. Accountants: They help businesses grow and manage finances. They are very vital in the growth of an organization. It has been recorded that they earn an average wage of $35.75.
As an applicant, you should have no trouble finding work as long as you are qualified.