You are thinking of moving to Canada, right? Great! As fascinating as it is to move to Canada, there are a few things to consider. One is getting a job or doing something worthwhile.
If the intent of traveling to Canada is just for visitation, having to find a job may not be a necessity. If however, the intent is to immigrate to Canada, it makes sense to find something doing over the course of being there.
Before now, we talked on a few jobs you can do in Canada without a university degree. In this post, we will be looking at some of the most demanded jobs in Canada for the year 2022
Now, when it comes to the most demanded jobs in Canada, we will be looking at two major categories.
If you are tech-savvy, there’s a huge chance that your skill could be required in Canada. This is as a result of the fact these sort of skills ain’t rampant in Canada and there is high demand for it.
Now, speaking of information technology, let’s be more specific. We are making reference to programming, or networking. Asides those, there are other top IT jobs in high demand in Canada. These include:
- Project Manager
- Software Engineer
- Web Developer
- Program Analyst
- Java Developer
The pay for these jobs are relatively good. This earnings however, varies based on the city you settle in.
To give a more precise figure, the earnings could be:
- Quebec City: C$42k – C$91.8k
- Toronto: C$56.6k – C$119.6k
- Vancouver: C$55.9k – C$119k
- Montreal: C$45k – C$101k
- Calgary: C$57k – C$125.3k
- Edmonton: C$58k- C$124k
- Ottawa: C$61k – C$125k
- Halifax: C$57k – C$116.8k
If information technology isn’t your thing, you could still be in luck with your skill being in high demand in Canada.
Non technical jobs in Canada that are in high demands in 2022 includes:
- General Labourer
- Sales Representative
- Forklift Operator
- Customer Service Rep
- Engineering Project Manager
- Account manager
- IT project manager
- Business Analyst
As you can tell, asides General Labourer and Forklift operator which could demand some level of expertise, other demanded jobs needs some level of education.
If you haven’t learnt anything relating to Information Technology, now could be a good time to learn before moving to Canada. You don’t want to get there and be indecisive on what to do.