Although settling and working in a foreign country is complicated and difficult for anyone, a large number of people still choose to emigrate and find a better quality of life and work elsewhere.
Canada, among other destinations around the world, remains the most popular immigration centre. According to the latest count from the Canadian Department of Citizenship and Immigration in 2011, approximately 248,748 permanent residents and 1,019,294 temporary visitors entered the country for work, study, or humanitarian activities.
Being one of the first countries to introduce immigration programs into the point system, hundreds and thousands of immigrants are being drawn to the Maple Leaf. Several immigration and visa programs are available for employees, self-employed and business people. Also, it is known to have the best educational services, health facilities, and social security programs. Since the country is one of the least polluted countries in the world, it also provides a “corruption-free” environment, which is another crucial factor in attracting more immigrants.
Although the natural resource industry is one of Maple Leaf’s primary employers, the ongoing expansion of the manufacturing industry opens many opportunities for foreign professionals looking to settle in Canada. It has also increased the demand for more skilled personnel in many parts of the world. Here are the main CA job categories for 2013:
Financial managers and accountants.
As the private and government sectors are looking for professionals who understand the intricacies of business management, the demand for fund managers and accountants continues to grow.
The shortage of traders is increasing due to the stigma that this sector suffers from generation to generation. Thus, there is a growing demand for cooks, horticulturists, electricians, carpenters, plumbers, aircraft technicians, auto service technicians, industrial mechanics as well as tool and mould makers.
Software and mobile device developers.
Since most industries rely on technology these days, expertise in software and mobile applications is required to keep pace with technology development. For this, different companies in the country often request an increase in the number of competent professionals in this field.
Meanwhile, a recent Canadian Business Network survey of higher-paying jobs at CA found that petroleum engineers are among the careers leading the race. The list below shows the ten highest-paying jobs in Canada, along with an estimated average salary (MigrateNow.ca):
Petroleum Engineer, average salary of $ 90,002
Supervising Nurse $ 74,880
Electrical Contractor 69160
Data Analyst, Average Salary $ 67,330
Health Policy Adviser, $ 65,229
Construction manager: $ 70,179
Avocado, $ 79,997
Transportation manager $ 70,720
Economical, $ 75,565
Working in Canada requires appropriate documentation and relevant experience. For those looking to find work and obtain permanent residency in the country, applicants must prepare a work permit and a social insurance number to be legally employed.