Careers best chosen: Highest paid jobs in Canada in 2021

Highest paid professionals in Canada under NOC – 2021

This year is probably a good choice to decide to settle in Canada. The number of ITAs issued in Canada immigration draws is very encouraging. Think about 5000 ITAs sent only in the month of January 2021. The number of invites will only increase in the coming months.

Be it the Express Entry program or PNP, there are many streams that are meant for immigrants to enter and work in Canada. To make a career and settle well in Canada, you have to consider your options for employment and identify the best options that suit your skills and experience.

Canada is definitely doing a great job at revival from the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the country’s economy is recovering, there’s a huge demand for many skilled foreign workers. The employers in Canada are also eager to recruit skilled workers and they definitely prefer candidates with a Canada PR visa in hand.

To land a job in Canada, you will have to check for in-demand profiles in the National Occupation Classification (NOC) list. Once you do this, you will get clarity as to where you stand to utilize the opportunity and which province is best for you to immigrate to.

Now, let’s see some of the in-demand and highly paid jobs in Canada in 2021 and their annual remuneration.

Project Manager (Engineering) CAD 75,000 to CAD 95,000
Software Engineers CAD 80,000 to CAD 100,000
IT Project Manager CAD 85,000 to CAD 115,000
Accountant & Accounts Manager CAD 65,000 to CAD 75,000
Sales Representative CAD 52,000 to CAD 64,000
Business Analyst CAD 72,000 to CAD 86,000

Here are some jobs that have high hourly pay rates

Nurses CAD 35 to CAD 40
Hoteliers CAD 14 to CAD 19
Vocational Instructors CAD 35
French Language Translators CAD 12 to CAD 16
Apps/Website Developers CAD 15 to CAD 18

There’s no need to be dejected or concerned if you didn’t find the jobs you are looking for on the list. If you check the detailed NOC list, you can find lots more occupations in a range of areas. Once you find it, your efforts to become a Canadian permanent resident will be focused and more achievable.

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