While people contact us in order to start their immigration, one question we frequently receive is  what jobs are in high demand across Canada?

In order to properly answer this question we have listed the currently 33 most in-demand jobs across Canada for 2022, gathering essential information about each one of them. 

As you may already imagine, The pandemic basically transformed the job market overnight, affecting businesses ranging from technology to manufacturing and production. The labour market in Canada has changed dramatically in the last two years.

There are job openings  across Canada in numerous regions. And there’s a place for everyone, regardless of their professional path or skill set, from blue-collar to white-collar jobs. There are roles for skilled labour like a general labourer, truck driver, and welders. Likewise, there are roles for people in the administrative and professional field like human resource manager, project manager, account manager, marketing , administrative assistants, and receptionists.

In this blog post you’ll learn about the most in-demand jobs in Canada, as well its  related occupations, relevant skills for each career, annual average salary, number of open positions on indeed, high-demand locations and  their National Occupational Classification (NOC) in Canada’s national system for describing occupations.


  1. The information from the sources reported in this article  may change over time.
    For the most up-to-date  data, click on the link available for each information provided.
  2. Between September and October 2022 the Government of Canada will change its National Occupation Classification to TEER instead of NOC.For the most up-to-date information regarding professional classification, please visit the Government of Canada website or the link provided in the message.


Customer Service

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed customer service job openings to the top of the list. Consumers canceling plans and needing refunds or simply getting answers to a company’s COVID protocol had support lines receiving record calls in 2020 and early 2021. While some of the confusion may have died down now, customer service representatives are still in high-demand. Many companies have closed their storefronts, reduced them, or simply moved to fully virtual operations. Plus, many call centre positions are remote so you can work from anywhere.

Related Occupations: Accounts information clerk, Bus information clerk, Complaints clerk – customer service, Contact centre agent – customer service, Courtesy desk clerk, Customer service representative – call centre, Enquiries clerk, Information clerk – customer service, Lost-and-found clerk, Order desk agent, Public relations clerk, Tourist information clerk

    • Open Positions on Indeed :  52,805 job posts
    • Annual Average salary: $37,714
    • NOC Code: 6552 – Skill Level C
    • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Montreal, Mississauga, Calgary, Ottawa, Vancouver Winnipeg, Edmonton, London, Brampton, Kingston, Victoria, Burlington, Halifax.


Software Developer

With so many companies transitioning online, it’s no surprise that developer jobs are one of the top in demand jobs in Canada. The market is full of job opportunities for developers to launch a promising career. . They are usually employed in computer software development firms, information technology consulting firms, and in information technology units throughout the private and public sectors.

Related Occupations: Application programmer, Business application programmer, Computer game developer, Computer programmer, Electronic business (e-business) software developer, Interactive media developer, Multimedia developer, Operating systems programmer, Programmer analyst, Scientific programmer, Software developer, Software programmer, Systems programmer,Web programmer.

  • Open Positions on Indeed :   20,160  job posts
  • Average salary: $77,520
  • NOC Code: 2174 – Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Mississauga, Markham, Waterloo, Kitchener,  Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Burnaby, Winnipeg, Montreal,Halifax.


Software Engineer

The demand for software engineering experts has increased in recent years. Most people think of software engineers as people who work only for tech companies, but this isn’t exclusive just to the tech companies, but to every company, as they have to rely on computer programs, mobile and web apps and the software is designed by software engineers. A software engineer in Canada is required to learn and master coding and app design. Coding has been one of the most in demand jobs in Canada for about 2 years now.

Related Occupations: Application architect, Computer software engineer, Embedded software engineer, Software architect, Software design engineer, Software design verification engineer, Software designer, Software systems integration engineer, Software technical architect, Software testing engineer, Systems architect, Telecommunications software engineer.

  • Open Positions on Indeed :   20,100  job posts
  • Average salary: $94,044 CAD
  • NOC Code: 2173 – Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Mississauga, Markham, Waterloo, Kitchener,  Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Burnaby, Winnipeg, Montreal,Halifax.


Registered Nurse

Health care is vital for good health and like the popular saying, “health is wealth”. Canadians believe in proper health care in all provinces and territories and this is evident in the fact that nursing is one of the most in demand jobs in Canada .

Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses provide direct nursing care to patients, deliver health education programs and provide consultative services regarding issues relevant to the practice of nursing. The requirements to become a registered nurse is a bachelor’s degree and formal registration with the nursing territorial and regulatory authority. There has been a recent sharp decline in the nursing population and this has affected the health care system

Related Occupations:Clinical nurse, Community health nurse, Critical care nurse,Emergency care nurse, Intensive care nurse, Nurse researcher, Nursing consultant,Occupational health nurse, Private duty nurse, Public health nurse, Registered nurse (R.N.), Registered psychiatric nurse (R.P.N..

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 18,395 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$74,997
  • NOC Code: 3012 – Skill Level A 
  • High-Demand Locations ( by province) : Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Alberta, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Warehouse Workers

Along with essential retail clerks and supply chain specialists, warehouse workers are desperately needed right now.
Warehouse Workers handle, move, load and unload materials by hand or using a variety of material handling equipment. They are employed by transportation, storage and moving companies, and by a variety of manufacturing and processing companies and retail and wholesale warehouses.
In order to distribute products ordered online, warehouse workers are needed in full-force. 

Related Occupations: Material Handler, Bin filler, Coal handler, Conveyor console operator, Forklift truck operator, Freight handler , Furniture mover, Lumber piler – building supplies, Stockpiler, Storage worker – material handling, Truck loader, Warehouseman/woman

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 16,422 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$34,127
  • NOC Code: 7452 – Skill Level C
  • High-Demand Locations: Mississauga, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Quebec City, Toronto, Winnipeg, Surrey, Laval, Brampton, Vancouver, Richmond, Ottawa, Saint-laurent, London

Sales Associate

Sales associates and sales representatives are crucial, both in terms of selling directly to the consumer or B2B (Business to Business) sales. Wholesale, nontechnical sales representatives sell their organizations’ nontechnical goods and services.

Related Occupations:  Audio equipment salesperson, Automobile salesperson, Car rental agent, Clothing salesperson, Computer salesperson – retail, Counter clerk – retail, Department store clerk, Furniture salesperson, Hardware store clerk, Jewellery salesperson, Retail sales associate, Retail sales clerk, Retail salesperson, Sales consultant – retirement home

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 15,771 job posts
  • Average salary: $37,931 CAD
  • NOC Code: 6421 –  Skill Level C
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Mississauga, Ottawa, London, Richmond, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby, Victoria, Winnipeg, Montreal, Quebec City, Saskatoon e Victoria.


Administrative Assistant

Administrative assistants perform a variety of administrative duties in support of managerial and professional employers. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors. People who work in this role provide support for colleagues in areas like accounting and other clerical tasks. Administrative assistants who specialize more in accounting or bookkeeping functions have had more chances, as the role is listed among the high demand jobs in Canada currently.

Related Occupations: Administrative assistant, Executive secretary (except legal and medical), Office administrative assistant, Secretary-clerk, Private secretary, Secretary (except legal and medical), Technical secretary.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 15,526
  • Annual Average salary: $40,950
  • NOC Code: 1241– Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Montreal, Mississauga, Calgary, Ottawa, Vancouver, Quebec City,  Winnipeg, Edmonton, Brampton, Kingston, Victoria,Burnaby, Laval, Richmond

General Labourer

Construction trades helpers and labourers assist skilled tradespersons and perform labouring activities at construction sites, by moving  materials and equipment. They take on physically demanding jobs such as excavating, demolition and compacting activities. They could also prepare and clean up construction sites. 

Related Occupations: Construction Trade Helpers and Labourers, Construction Craft Worker, Plumber helper, Roofer helper, Demolition worker

  • Open Positions on Indeed :  15,013 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$ 34,124
  • NOC Code: 7611 Skill Level D
  • High-Demand Locations: Calgary, Edmonton, Mississauga, Toronto, Surrey, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Hamilton, Vancouver, Brampton, London, Langley, Abbotsford, Burlington.


Finance Officers and Advisor

Financial officers include professional occupations in finance such as financial, advising  individuals and families on how to manage their money. Financial advisors who work at a bank also promote the products and services of the financial institution.

Finance Officers and Advisor  who works in Ontario and  Alberta have the highest pay compared to those in other provinces/territories in Canada.

Related Occupations: Financial Managers, Other Financial Officers, Financial Sales Representative , Controller – financial service, Financial administrator, Financial control manageFinancial planning and analysis manager, Internal audit services manager, Treasurer, Account manager, Credit adjudicator, Estate and trust administrator, Mortgage broker,Trust office.

  • Open Positions on Indeed :  13,097 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$ 68,019
  • NOC Code:  0111, 1114  Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City , Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa, Mississauga, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Markham, London, Surrey. Halifax, Hamilton. 

Cleaners and Maintenance Workers

With continually changing health and safety guidelines being implemented throughout the year to keep both employees and customers safe during the pandemic, businesses need more people to help with cleaning and sanitizing. Essential work environments like grocery stores, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and hospitals are beefing up their cleaning staff and hiring regularly. 

Related Occupations: Cleaner,Housekeeping, Sweeper, Light duty cleaner, Building exterior cleaner, Carpet cleaner, Auto detailer, Sandblaster, Septic tank cleaner, Window cleaner,Building caretaker,Heavy-duty cleaner,Handyman/woman, School janitor

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 12,430 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$ 34,664 
  • NOC Codes: 6731 6732   6733 –  Skill Level D
  • High-Demand Locations:Toronto, Mississauga, Waterloo, Niagara Falls,  Ottawa, Calgary, Banff, Edmonton,Victoria, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Montreal,Halifax,Kellowna.

Transport truck drivers

Transport truck drivers operate heavy trucks to transport goods and materials over urban, interurban, provincial and international routes. They are employed by transportation, manufacturing, distribution and moving companies, and trucking employment service agencies, or they may be self-employed.

The labour market is vast and as people intend to move goods and products around, there is a need to fill the position of commercial drivers. You should expect to find employment easily in Canada as long as you have the proper licenses.  For this occupation, 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 combination vehicles. Air brake endorsement (Z) is required for drivers who operate vehicles equipped with air brakes. In addition, you may be required to complete an accredited driver training course of up to three months duration, through a vocational school or college.

Related Occupations : Bulk goods truck driver, Dump truck driver, Flatbed truck driver, Heavy truck driver, Logging truck driver, Long haul truck driver, Moving van driver, Shunt truck driver, Tow truck driver, Tractor-trailer truck driver, Transport driver, Truck driver.

  • Open Positions on Indeed :  9,313 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$50,700
  • NOC Code: 7511 – Skill Level C
  • High-Demand Locations: Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver,Surrey , Abbotsford,  Halifax, Toronto, Bramptom, Hamilton,  Mississauga, Winnipeg,  Ottawa, Saskatoon, Montreal, Langley.


Human Resources and Recruitment Officers

Human resources and recruitment officers identify and advertise job vacancies, recruit candidates, and assist in the selection and reassignment of employees.
Businesses grow, and as such, there is a relative increase in the demand for people fit for these vacant positions. Recruitment Officers (Recruiters) play a major role to fill the unending demand in Canada for candidates to fill the job openings made available. In professional fields like engineering and technology, the demand for recruiters is very high.

A recruiter trying to build a career path in Canada is required to have a bachelor’s degree in a field like human relations. A recruiter can improve their chances by registering as a professional recruiter, also by being a member of the Association of Professional Recruiters of Canada (APRC). In addition, for some job opportunities, a certification as a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) may be required.

Related Occupations: Human resources officer, Personnel officer, Recruitment specialist, Staffing analyst, Staffing co-ordinator, Employment supervisor.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 8,291 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$60,048
  • NOC Code: 1223- Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga, Ottawa, Quebec City, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Brampton, Markham, Halifax, Burnaby. 



Often times when we hear the name accountant, we immediately begin to think of record-keeping of financial value. In reality, accountants are people who possess financial expertise, are in charge of overseeing budgets, revenue and expenses. Financial auditors examine and analyze the accounting and financial records of individuals and establishments to ensure accuracy and compliance with established accounting standards and procedures. Accountants plan, organize and administer accounting systems for individuals and establishments.

Accounting is divided into diverse fields of specialization and they include auditing, taxation, payroll, and others. To stand out as an accountant in Canada, a CPA (Chartered Professional Accountant) certification is a necessity that every accountant must possess.

Related Occupations: Accountant, Chief accountant, Financial auditor, Income tax expert, Industrial accountant, Internal auditor.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 7,897 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$57,294
  • NOC Code: 1111,  Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga, Ottawa, Quebec City, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Brampton, Halifax.


Project Manager

People in this field are required in various sectors ranging from marketing, sales, engineering and more. The nature of their job requires them to be flexible and possess an ability to juggle across different areas of expertise in relation to managing people or budgets.

For several years, being a project manager has been one of the most in demand jobs in Canada. To improve your potential of getting hired as a project manager, you would require a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

Related Occupations: Project Manager, IT Manager, Operations Manager, Program manager, Construction Manager, Engineering managers, Information systems manager.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 7,704 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$ 83,665
  • NOC Code:  0211, 0213,  0711Skill Level A /  1221 Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations: Remote , Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga, Ottawa, Quebec City, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Brampton, Markham, Halifax, Burnaby. 

Web Developer

Web developers work at various organizations from small and medium-sized businesses to large corporations and governments. A web developer is a specialist who is involved in the development of applications or a programmer. With Canada’s two-week processing timeline for the Global Talent Stream, web developers have a solid pathway to obtaining a Canada work permit.

Related Occupations: Web Designer, Webmaster, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialist.
Electronic business (e-business) Website developer, Internet site designer, Internet site developer, Intranet site designer, Web designer, Web developer, Web manager, Website developer, Webmaster.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 5,663 job posts
  • Average Salary: $60,000
  • NOC Code: 2175 – Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Mississauga, Markham, Waterloo,  Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Montreal,Halifax.



Carpenters construct, erect, install, maintain and repair structures and components of structures made of wood, wood substitutes, lightweight steel and other materials. They are employed by construction companies, carpentry contractors, and maintenance departments of factories, plants and other establishments, or they may be self-employed.

Related Occupations: access floor specialist carpenter, apprentice boat carpenter, apprentice carpenter, apprentice carpenter-joiner, dock carpenter, finish carpenter, floor systems carpenter, form builder – carpentry, form carpenter, framer-carpenter, framing carpenter, house carpenter, interior finish carpenter, interior finish joiner, steel stud framer – carpentry, studio carpenter, wood frame carpenter, wood frame house carpenter, wood shipwright, wooden boat builder.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 5,336 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$50,700
  • NOC Code: 7271 – Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations:  Surrey, Calgary, Edmonton,Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Victoria e Abbotsford


Supply Planner/  Supply Chain Specialists

The essential retail sector is thriving like never before. With the shipping industry nearly doubling overnight, supply chain specialists are in huge demand to help keep shelves stocked. This is especially true in essential retail stores and warehouses. They purchase general and specialized equipment, materials, land or access rights and business services for use or for further processing by their establishment. Any procurement specialists with experience managing a supply chain and networking with distributors are sought-after professionals right now. 

Related Occupations:Supply Planner, Supply Chain Specialist,   Supply Chain Analyst, Logistics Planner, Government supply officer, Material management officer, Procurement officer, Warehouse management, Purchasing agent,Inventory control supervisor, Logistics supervisor – transportation, Supply control co-ordinator, Receiving supervisor.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 5,556 job posts
  • Average Salary: $60,000
  • NOC Code: 1225 or 1215 – Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Waterloo,  Ottawa, Dorval,  Calgary, Edmonton, Surrey, Richmond, Burnaby, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Montreal,Halifax, Oakville.

 IT Support and Help Desk

The rapid adoption of remote work has upped the need for IT support tenfold. It’s a “seismic shift” and it looks like these positions will be important for the long haul. IT Support workers provide first-line technical support to computer users experiencing difficulties with computer hardware and with computer applications and communications software. IT Support and Help Desk are employed by computer hardware manufacturers and retailers, software developers, in call centres and in information technology units throughout the public and private sectors. They are also employed by independent technical support companies or they may be self-employed.

Hardware, VPNs, home networks, and video conferencing are all supported by IT professionals. Not to mention, the developers and engineers who create those virtual tools in the first place! Some of these jobs can be done remotely, but many IT roles require some in-person presence. 

Related Occupations: Call centre agent – technical support, Client support representative – systems, Computer help desk representative – systems, Computer help desk supervisor, Hardware installation technician, Hardware technical support analyst, Help desk technician, Software installation technician, Software technical support analyst, Systems support representative, Technical support analyst – systems, Technical support supervisor, User support technician.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 4,993 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$ 53,625
  • NOC Code: 2282 – Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga, Ottawa, Edmonton,Quebec City, Winnipeg, Burnaby and Halifax


Licensed practical nurse

Licensed practical nurses provide nursing care usually under the direction of medical practitioners, registered nurses or other health team members. The requirements to become a Licensed practical nurse is a Completion of a vocational, college or other approved program for licensed practical nurses. In addition, an exam and a Registration with a regulatory body is required in all provinces and territories.

Related Occupations: Graduate nursing assistant, Licensed practical nurse (L.P.N.), Operating room technician,Registered nursing assistant (R.N.A.)

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 4,972 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$53,801
  • NOC Code: 3233 – Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations ( by province) : Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Alberta, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador.


Account Manager

People who build a career in this field are usually meant to have expertise in building client relationships, either from the prospective or already existing client base. Employers in Canada are always on the lookout for account managers who have expertise and specialize more in sales and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. Most account managers in Canada earn a base salary plus commission.

There is a huge demand for account managers in different industries, ranging from marketing, banking, sales, information technology to consulting. The key to becoming a successful account manager is in the ability to build strong relationships and bonds with clients.

Related Occupations: Business development officer, Sales manager, Marketing manager, Account executive, Trust officer, Relationship Manager etc.

  •  Open Positions on Indeed : 4,607 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$ 60,000
  • NOC Code: 1114 1123 0601 -Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations ( by province) : Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Mississauga, Ottawa, Quebec City, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Brampton, Halifax.


Electrical Engineer

Electrical and electronics engineering design play an important role in the modern economy. Electrical engineers design, analyze, specify, construct, plan, research, evaluate and test electrical and electronic equipment and systems and components and are responsible for their safe operations. 

Related Occupations: Avionics engineer, Control systems engineer, Electrical design engineer, Electrical distribution planning engineer, Electrical engineer, Electrical network engineer, Electrical process control engineer, Electrical systems planning engineer, Electronics engineer, Electronics test engineer, Instrumentation and control engineer, Roadway lighting design engineer, Television systems engineer

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 3,732 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$85,000 
  • NOC Code: 2133 – Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Montreal, Markham, Ottawa, Vancouver, Burnaby, Calgary, Mississauga, Edmonton, Windsor.



One of the perks of working as a welder is that you do not necessarily require a university or college degree but you still get well paid. Welders are constantly among the most in demand jobs in Canada.  

This is a skill that requires knowledge in the welding field. To become a welder in Canada, you need vocational training or apprenticeship, or both. This job is now among the top 15 jobs for the current year with high demand and this can be seen in the diminishing number of skilled trade workers.

To improve your potential of getting employed as a welder, you can master the skill of underwater welding, which requires you to be a good swimmer and not have aquaphobia.

Related Occupations: Welders and Related Machine Operators, Welder-fitter, Journeyman/woman welder,Brazing machine operator, Production welder, Soldering machine operator,Electric arc welder.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 3,050 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$42,900
  • NOC Code: 7237 – Skill Level B=
  • High-Demand Locations:  Surrey, Edmonton, Calgary, Brampton, Winnipeg, Mississauga.


University Professor, Lecturer and Teacher

Knowledge is key, but without someone to pass down knowledge, it becomes dormant and does not spread. Becoming a professor at a Canadian university comes with years of dedication and hard work.

Related Occupations: University professor, Linguistics associate professor, Postdoctoral fellow, Secondary school teachers, Elementary school and kindergarten teachers.

Systems security analyst

Stay at home orders drove the use of online channels to new heights. We’re using the internet for more of our daily tasks than we ever have before. Whether it’s communicating, buying something, working, entertainment, or banking, our online actions need to be encrypted for our safety. That’s where security specialists come in. Cybersecurity, especially, is expected to be a sought-after talent throughout the next decade. In fact, the number of jobs for cyber security professionals in Canada is growing by 7% every year.

Related Occupations: Computer systems analyst, Informatics consultant, Informatics security analyst, Information systems business analyst, Information systems quality assurance (QA) analyst, Information technology (IT) consultant, Management information systems (MIS) analyst, Systems auditor, Systems consultant, Systems security analyst.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 3,145 job posts
  • Average Salary: $75,221
  • NOC Code: 2171 – Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Mississauga, Waterloo,  Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Burnaby, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Montreal,Halifax, North York, London.

Marketing Specialist

Specialists in marketing assess characteristics of products or services to be promoted and advise on the advertising needs of an establishment, advise clients on advertising or sales promotion strategies and may develop and implement advertising campaigns appropriate for print or electronic media.

Related Occupations: marketing co-ordinator, advertising consultant, communications officer, communications specialist, event marketing specialist consultant, advertising marketing consultant – advertising, marketing specialist – advertising, Digital marketing specialist, Digital marketing Coordinator, Content marketing specialist.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 2,991 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$ 58,248
  • NOC Code: 1123  Skill Level A 
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga, remoto.


Early childhood educators and assistants

Early childhood educators plan, organize and implement programs for children between the ages of infancy and 12 years. Early childhood educator assistants provide care for infants and preschool- to school-age children under the guidance of early childhood educators. Early childhood educators and assistants lead children in activities to stimulate and develop their intellectual, physical and emotional growth and ensure their security and well-being. 

They are employed in child-care centres, day-care centres, kindergartens, agencies for exceptional children and other settings where early childhood education services are provided. Supervisors of early childhood educators and assistants are included in this unit group.

Related Occupations: Child care worker – daycare, Child care worker assistant, Daycare helper, Daycare supervisor, Daycare worker, Early childhood assistant, Early childhood education worker, Early childhood educator – preschool. Early childhood educator (ECE), Early childhood program staff assistant, Early childhood supervisor, Preschool helper, Preschool supervisor.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 2,672 job posts
  • Average Salary:  C$ 38,025
  • NOC Code: 4214 Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations: Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Vancouver, Surrey, Mississauga, Victoria

Civil Engineer

Civil engineers plan, design, develop and manage projects for the construction or repair of buildings, earth structures and so on.  water distribution and sanitation. Civil engineers may also specialize in foundation analysis, building and structural inspection, surveying, geomatics and municipal planning. Civil engineers are employed by engineering consulting companies, in all levels of government, by construction firms and in many other industries, or they may be self-employed.

Related Occupations:civil engineer, civil inspection engineer, coastal engineer, concrete engineer, construction engineer, construction project engineer, consulting civil engineer, county engineer. dams engineer, district engineer, hydraulics engineer, hydrographic engineer, hydrological engineer, irrigation and drainage engineer, irrigation engineer, soil engineer,solid waste management engineer

  • Open Positions on Indeed :   2,511  job posts
  • Average salary: $85,995 CAD
  • NOC Code: 2131 – Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Mississauga,  Markham, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Burnaby, Winnipeg, Montreal,Saskatoon

Drywall Installer/Taper 

Drywall installers and finishers install and finish drywall sheets and various types of ceiling systems.They are employed by construction companies and by plastering, drywalling and lathing contractors, or they may be self-employed.

Related Occupations: Acoustical ceiling installer, Ceiling installer, Drywall applicator, Drywall finisher, Drywall installer and finisher apprentice, Drywall taper, Lather, Lather (interior systems mechanic), Lather apprentice, Plasterer, Plasterer apprentice, Sheetrock applicator, Wood lather

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 2,489  job posts
  • Average Salary:   C$ 50,700
  • NOC Code: 7284 – Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations:  Surrey, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto,  Vancouver, Ottawa



Pharmacists collaborate with programs and services that are designed to promote well-being and health. A pharmacist can build a career path by working in a hospital or a drugstore or start their own pharmacy.

Pharmacists are provincially regulated. The requirement is a degree in pharmacy, pass the exam conducted by the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) and register in your province or territory to become a certified pharmacist in Canada.

This has been one of the highest-paying, most in demand jobs in Canada over the past years. Pharmacists in Canada earn an average pay of $45 per hour, and if a pharmacist works for an average of 12 hours per day for a year, they could earn an average of $129,600 annually.

Related Occupations:Clinical pharmacist, Community pharmacist, Hospital pharmacist, Industrial pharmacist, Pharmacist,Retail pharmacist.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 2,467 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$92,245
  • NOC Code: 3131  Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations:Toronto, Montreal,  Edmonton, Calgary,  Ottawa, Quebec City, Vancouver



Merchandisers typically work for retail stores (e.g. Walmart, Canadian Tire, Real Canadian Superstore) and makes a decision on which new inventory/stock to bring in and how it should be displayed on the store shelves.

Related Occupations: Retail and Wholesale Buyers, Beverage taster and buyer, Brand Ambassador.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 2,308 job posts
  • Average Salary:   C$ 35,276
  • NOC Code: 6222– Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations:  Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, Quebec city, Vancouver


Industrial Electrician

The amount paid as salaries to industrial electricians differs in provinces and territories in Canada. The industrial electricians who work in British Columbia and Manitoba have the highest pay compared to those in other provinces/territories in Canada.

The most interesting part of this work is that you do not need a degree, rather what is required is an apprenticeship and a combination of vocational training. This has been one of the most in-demand jobs in Canada from 2018 till the present.

Related Occupations: Industrial electrician, Industrial electrician apprentice, Marine electrician, Mill electrician, Mine electrician, Plant electrician, Plant maintenance electrician,Shipyard electrician.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 1,137 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$64,350
  • NOC Code: 7242 Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Calgary, Mississauga, Toronto, Guelph, Edmonton, Brampton.


Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanic

Heavy-duty equipment mechanics maintain, repair, and overhaul large machinery and industrial heavy equipment, which are connected to or moved by a power unit. Sectors include energy and manufacturing, which are essential to Canada’s economy. They are employed by companies which own and operate heavy equipment, and by heavy equipment dealers, rental and service establishments, railway transport companies and urban transit systems.

Related Occupations: Agricultural equipment technician, Construction equipment mechanic, Diesel mechanic – heavy equipment, Farm equipment mechanic, Heavy equipment mechanic, Heavy mobile logging equipment mechanic, Heavy mobile mining equipment mechanic, Heavy-duty equipment mechanic apprentice, Heavy-duty equipment technician, Locomotive mechanic, Tractor mechanic.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 1.068 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$62,734
  • NOC Code: 7312  Skill Level B
  • High-Demand Locations: Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, Winnipeg.


Veterinarians (Vets)

Veterinarians prevent, diagnose and treat diseases and disorders in animals and advise clients on the feeding, hygiene, housing and general care of animals.
Canadians love pets and many are owners of varieties of pets, ranging from cats, dogs, and other domestic animals. However, the number of veterinarians in Canada is in short supply making this one of the most in demand jobs in Canada for several years.

Vets in Canada are required to have a degree from a veterinary school that has the right approval. A veterinarian trying to build a career path in Canada is required to have a license from the regulatory body within the provinces/territories, as this is a provincially regulated occupation.

Related Occupations: Farm veterinarian, Small animal veterinary specialist, Veterinarian, Veterinary inspector, Veterinary pathologist, Veterinary physiologist, Veterinary surgeon, Zoo veterinarian.

  • Open Positions on Indeed : 918 job posts
  • Average Salary: C$ 43,875
  • NOC Code: 3114  Skill Level A
  • High-Demand Locations: Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver.




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