Top Professions in High Demand for Immigration in Canada

Top Professions in High Demand for Immigration in Canada

Top Professions in High Demand for Immigration in Canada

Top Professions in High Demand for Immigration in Canada

For the immigrants who want to pursue their career aspirations in Canada and are not aware of the qualification and skill sets needed for the best professions for immigration to Canada, then you are at the right place. Here, you are at the right place to know about the top professions in high demand for immigrants in Canada.

If you want to have a lucrative job in Canada as an immigrant, then these are the best choice of professions for you.

Read Below the Top Professions In High Demand For Immigrants In Canada

Many eminent migration consultants believe that in there are few professionals that are always in great demands.

Software programmer and gaming experts

Are some of the predominant occupations. In addition to this, there is a high demand for the various engineering professional.

A career in gaming is indeed is becoming one of the most flourishing and secure choices of profession. Hence, in case, you are into gaming career and are planning to migrate to Canada, then go on.

Other than the above two professions, there is a huge demand of qualified people who can analyze business needs and requirements.

Information System Analyst

is a position that is always in serious need. In fact, new immigrants do not need any license to apply for this profession. So, do not think too much before you shift to Canada with this kind of qualification.

Moving forward, chefs and cooks are always in constant demand. Furthermore, there is always an inadequacy of expert framers and carpenters mainly in Ontario and Saskatchewan. Any person with these types of skill sets and qualification can easily get work in Canada. Besides, all these professionals do not need any kind of certification or licensing.

There are various career opportunities in the construction industry of Canada also. There is always a significant demand for heavy equipment operators. These are individuals who can handle big machines such as bulldozers and cranes, during construction works. Long-haul drivers are also required in the industry with substantial demands. You can prosper in a country like Canada with expertise in these areas.

The last choice of profession in Canada that is in high demand is Caretaker or let us say “Caregiver” indeed, for both onsite and outside. Caregivers are professionals who take care of the old people, children and the house in the absence of working couple. Since the parents cannot give time to their children due to career engagements, and also aged people need lots of care in the absence of their working children, these caregivers are always in large demands. Along with this, Nursing coordinators and supervisors are also in demand.

In fact, there is usually a shortage of management professional in Canada.

Hence, there is a great need for managers also in various sectors of different industries such as education, health, business and communication services as well as social and community services.

For people who want to migrate to Canada, it is always recommended to hire a qualified immigration consultant to ensure a full-proof procedure to send your application. For more knowledge, please leave a comment below and we would revert to your queries.

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Nova Scotia Reports on ‘Remarkable Year’ for Immigration to the Province

Nova Scotia Reports on ‘Remarkable Year’ for Immigration to the Province

Nova Scotia Reports on 'Remarkable Year' for Immigration to the Province

Nova Scotia Reports on ‘Remarkable Year’ for Immigration to the Province

Nova Scotia welcomed nearly 5,500 new immigrants in 2016, more than at any time in the last seven decades. The province’s Minister of Immigration, Lena Diab, stated in the provincial legislature that the results show that Nova Scotia is well on the way to achieving its goal of welcoming 7,000 immigrants per year by 2024.

“It’s my extreme pleasure to report that we’ve had a remarkable year for immigration to Nova Scotia,” said Diab to her peers. “I am so proud of these results; they reflect the hard work that we’ve been doing to grow our population and make Nova Scotia a more diverse and welcoming province.”

Of the newcomers who settled in Nova Scotia as new permanent residents last year, 1,350 were nominees through the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP), one of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) (PNPs). As recently as 2013, only around 600 people came through this route.

Recently released data from the federal government shows that a further 2,386 newcomers (applicants and accompanying family members) came through the federal Express Entry system. Other newcomers arrived through family sponsorship programs and as refugees.

With an eye towards breaking this new record again in 2017, Minister Diab added that she is “looking forward to another outstanding year for immigration. We have a total of 2,150 spots to fill in 2017, that is the 1,350 spots for our Provincial Nominee Program and 800 spots in our new program, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot [Program, AIPP]. We’re on track to break more records.”

In addition to the NSNP and AIPP, Nova Scotia continues to welcome a steady flow of federal economic migrants, sponsored persons, and refugees.

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Ontario Targeting New Religious Worker Immigrants

Ontario Targeting New Religious Worker Immigrants

Ontario Targeting New Religious Worker Immigrants

Ontario Targeting New Religious Worker Immigrants

In a surprising update, the government of Ontario has announced that over the next week it will be issuing targeted Notifications of Interest (NOIs) to Express Entry candidates who work in one of many religious occupations. The province states that the move aims ‘to improve the responsiveness of the program to labour market demands.’

These NOIs will be issued under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) Human Capital Priorities stream, a passive Express Entry-aligned stream that seeks out potential newcomers to Canada from the federal Express Entry pool. Among other criteria, potential applicants must be in the pool and have at least 400 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points.

The targeted professions include Professional occupations in religion (National Occupational Classification code 4154) and other religious occupations (4217).

Professional occupations in religion include the following job titles:

  • archbishop
  • bishop
  • cardinal
  • chaplain
  • evangelist
  • granthi
  • imam
  • minister
  • moderator – religion
  • pastor
  • priest
  • rabbi

Other religious occupations include the following job titles:

  • brother/sister – religion
  • Christian science practitioner
  • deacon
  • missionary
  • monk
  • nun
  • pastoral animator
  • religious education worker
  • Salvation Army field worker

The above lists are not exhaustive, and job titles similar to those listed may be applicable under the relevant NOC code.

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