According to Canadian experts, about 250-300 thousand immigrants arrive in Canada every year. The lion’s share of foreigners aspires to get a permanent residence permit and stay in this beautiful and rich country forever. Despite the fact that local authorities are interested in ensuring maximum employment, primarily of Canadian citizens, in order to increase the level of economic development and prosperity of the state as a whole.
Canada has highly effective immigration programs designed specifically to attract job seekers with skills that are lack in the local labor market. Anyone can fill out an online application on the official government website and check the chances of finding a job. One of the main conditions is the demand for the profession in Canada. In addition, education, qualifications, experience and language skills are tested. The age and state of health of the candidate matters.
Professional immigration programs are designed for long-term employment and registration of permanent resident status. For temporary employment, you can try to get a regular work visa to Canada, which is valid for no more than 4 years. The main requirement here is to obtain a work permit (LIMA), which is issued only if local residents do not apply for the vacancy and the Canadian economy really needs a foreign specialist. Of course, it is necessary to find an employer in advance and sign an employment contract.
Next, we will highlight the most popular professions in Canada in 2020, the owners of which have good chances of relocation and successful employment in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary and many other major Canadian cities and provinces.
Table: Top Well-Paid Jobs
|7||Nurse-technician and assistant of anatomic pathologist|
|11||Specialists of primary medical care|
|Engeneering and Constructing Jobs|
|8||Industrial and manufacturing engineers|
|10||Engineer in electrical engineering|
|1||Lawyer and civil-law notary|
|4||Geologists and oceanographers|
|6||Managers in retail and wholesale|
|7||Meteorologists and climatologists|
|12||Programmers (different spheres)|
|13||Graduate members of the University|
|15||Experts in forest management|
|16||Physics and astronomers|
|17||Financial officers and accountants|
|18||Financial and investment analysts|
|19||Elementary and high school teachers|