(*source Job Bank Canada 2023)
Sales staff are the most in demand in Canada – for a job, according to a new report from leading recruitment firms. Corporate sales professionals are considered low-skilled, but there is high demand for them across the country, with an average salary of $30,000 to $35,500 a year.
It is important to note that in Canada, the positions listed here are by far the most sought-after in sales, marketing, sales management and customer service. Canadian provinces and municipalities have the highest number of sales personnel positions in the country, with an average salary of $40,000 to $75,500 per year.
Truckers and forklift drivers are in demand in Canada for all kinds of professional drivers, and those who have the appropriate licences should easily find employment.
Receptionists are in demand in Canada because they are the first faces customers see in stores, and they are also the ones with the best customer service skills.
Welders are Canada’s most sought-after professionals, earning an average $85,000
Business development professionals have the ability to attract new customers to their business and help sales staff complete the deal.
Web developers are experts in programming and build everything from computer programs to apps for mobile phones. They have a safe route to a work permit in Canada, which is offered to them by Canada’s Global Talent Stream for two weeks of processing.Web developers are in critical demand all across Canada with average earnings in excess of $100,000
Heavy duty mechanics work on maintenance and repair of large machines, and those with the required Red Seal certification are particularly in demand.
Electricians from all over the world are eligible to make an Express Entry for Electrician Canada Residency providing they have the right skills, experience and qualifications in their home country. Find out how to move to Canada as an Electrician here
With the Canadian Nursing Association (CNA) predicting a continuing shortage of nurses in the future, the nursing profession in the country is more diverse than ever. Internationally trained nurses can apply for temporary employment in Canada. Temporary residence for foreign-trained nurses can be achieved by admitting an applicant through the Quebec Nurse and Other Health Professionals Selection Program (QSW) or Canada. Canada’s public health system relies on nurses to survive, and its aging population of more than 1.5 million people has a high mortality rate and low quality of life, making registered nurses a critical part of care.Find out how to Move to Canada as a Nurse