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11 High Demand Jobs in Canada 2022

Submitted by localskill on Mon, 04/11/2022 - 05:59

What jobs are in high demand in Canada? That's a good question if you're
contemplating a career change or you lost your job to the epidemic. The
outbreak transformed the labor economy, affecting fields as diverse as
technology and production, and manufacturing. The job environment in Canada has
changed dramatically in the past two years.Essential commerce, customer support, logistics, and information
technology jobs are in short supply due to the COVID-19 epidemic and are
expected to remain so for the foreseeable future. The pandemic necessitates the
creation of jobs in ecommerce, IT, and healthcare.In addition, we take a closer look at Canada's employment trends to see
what kinds of careers are expected to be in high demand in the future. Staffing
agencies, other job boards, and corporations that only post job opportunities
on their own websites all contribute to the possibility of even more roles
being available.1. Customer Service PersonnelVacancies for customer service positions rose sharply after the outbreak
of COVID-19. As of 2020 and early in 2021, COVID support lines received a
record number of calls from customers who were canceling plans, requesting
refunds, or simply requiring answers to questions about a company's protocol.
Customer support representatives are still in high demand, even if the chaos
has subsided a bit. Many businesses have shuttered their brick-and-mortar
locations, downsized their storefronts, or completely shifted their activities
to the internet. You can also work from anyplace because many call center
positions are remote.2. Computer ProgrammerIt's no wonder that developer jobs are in high demand in Canada, given
how many businesses are moving online. Developers in Canada make an average
yearly pay of $71,022, with an entry-level salary of $53,217. Developers have a
wealth of chances to build a successful career in the industry.3. DeliverymenRestaurants and retail establishments were also harmed as a result of
social isolation. In order to remain competitive, they must make fast
adjustments to the new COVID safety regulations as well as the online purchase
or shopping scene. As a result, there was a significant increase in the need
for delivery drivers. The current need for long-distance truckers, last-mile
delivery professionals, and food-delivery specialists is quite strong right
now. Business-to-business delivery logistics companies are expanding their
workforce in addition to increasing the number of delivery apps.In Canada, there are now over five thousand delivery driver positions
available.Ontario and British Columbia are two of the most sought-after locations.4. Retail Store employees Employees in essential retail shops are finding it tough to stay on the
job. Long lines at grocery shops and even longer waits for curbside shopping
pickup have been standard practice in recent years. Customers flock to
drugstore and grocery shops, as well as bulk stores, dollar stores, and other
essential businesses, who are unable to keep up with the volume of business
they receive each day. Despite their best efforts, these employees are still at
danger of getting the COVID-19 virus on a daily basis, and many are concerned
whether or not they will be able to continue to do their responsibilities.5. Architects and Analysts of SecurityOrders placed from the comfort of one's own home pushed the use of
online channels to new levels. We're doing more and more of our daily routines
online than ever before. As a comparison, can you remember when Slack went down
at the beginning of 2021, preventing organizations from communicating
internally? For the sake of our own security, everything we do online — from
communicating to transacting business to streaming music to doing our banking —
must be encrypted. Those that specialize in security are the ones who can help
with it. It is predicted that cyber-security will be in high demand for the
next decade or so. A cyber-security specialist in Canada will earn an average
yearly salary of $97,000 in 2020, according to the Canadian Bureau of Labor
Statistics (CBLS).Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Newfoundland, and Labrador have the
highest demand.6. Administrative Support StaffA strong need for administrative assistants is being created as more and
more businesses shift away from the workplace and toward working at home. Apart
from that, the departments of law, health & security, and operations, as
well as online marketing, customer support, human resource management, and
accounting, are all overloaded. Many organizations did not have administrative
assistants for these areas before the COVID-19 outbreak because there were not
enough requests. Working from home is a possibility for these administrative
assistant jobs located in rural areas.Over 5,000 Administrative Assistant positions are now available in
Canada.7. Supply Chain and Procurement ExpertsThe retail market for necessities is booming. Supply chain expertise is
in high demand as the shipping business virtually doubled overnight. Essential
retail establishments and warehouses are particularly susceptible to this
problem. Professionals with supply chain management and networking skills, such
as procurement specialists, are in high demand at the moment.8. Information Technology (IT) Help DeskBecause of the rapid acceptance of remote work, there has been a  rise in the demand for IT assistance.
According to Randstad, there has been a massive change, and it looks that the
need for these roles will continue in the future. IT professionals provide
assistance with hardware, virtual private networks, networking solutions, and
teleconferencing. While certain information technology tasks may be
accomplished remotely, others demand the presence of an information technology
specialist on-site.9. Workers in Storage FacilitiesWorkers in warehouses, shop clerks, and supply management professionals,
among other positions, are in great demand right now. A dedicated warehouse
staff is required to ensure that internet orders are fulfilled in full.
Companies like Amazon hire warehouse workers in bulk.There are now 10,000 vacancies in the warehouse. This is Canada's
third-highest-demand job.10. Cleaners and Maintenance PersonnelEmployers will require more workers who can assist in cleaning and
sanitizing facilities in order to keep their staff and customers safe
throughout this pandemic season. Companies including grocery stores,
warehouses, and manufacturing facilities are boosting their cleaning crew and
hiring on a regular basis to keep up with demand.There are 11,000 vacancies in this category across Canada, making it the
second most sought-after employer in the country.11. Nursing Staff Since we're dealing with the pandemic, our healthcare system is in
jeopardy. Hospitals have failed to staff their shifts appropriately due to a
lack of qualified personnel. The lack of licensed practical nurses is
"more serious than ever," according to hospitals, clinics, long-term
care institutions, and other healthcare facilities, and it doesn't appear to be
going away anytime soon.LocalSkill for Recruitment of All Kinds of WorkersLocalSkill
can very easily help you find all kinds of staff, from administrative
assistants to nursing staff. LocalSkill relies on modern technology to make
recruitment easy and efficient. LocalSkill is one of the best Manufacturing recruiting
firms
in Canada. Reach out to us for recruitment-related to your
manufacturing form.