10 Jobs That Are In Demand In Alberta 2019
10 Jobs that are in demand in Alberta 2019- Alberta economy is slowly recovering after the oil companies left the province but there has been a significant Job opening in other industries that are currently hiring people,
Alberta is well known for oil and natural Gas productions which have supported 533,000 jobs in Canada from business, Engineering Field Workers and scientist the lists goes on.
According to Alis a career planning website operated by the Government of Alberta, we have selected 10 careers based on the number of opening and growth opportunities.
Jobs In Demand In Alberta 2019
Chefs are managers who plan, direct and participate in food preparation and cooking activities in restaurants, hotels, institutions and other food establishments.
Avg. Salary: $45,211.00
9. Construction Millwrights
Millwrights install, maintain, repair and troubleshoot stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment in sites such as factories, production plants, and recreational facilities.
Avg. Salary: $84,744.00
8. Food Service Supervisor
Food service supervisors are responsible for the day-to-day management of food services in health care facilities, cafeterias, catering and hospitality establishments.
Avg. Salary: $30,172.00
7. Contractors Mechanical Trades
Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades. This group includes heating, refrigeration, air conditioning, millwrighting and elevator installation trade contractors who own and operate their own businesses. They are employed in a wide range of establishments.
Avg. Salary: $88,221.00
6. Real Estate Associate
Real estate associates help clients sell or purchase properties such as houses, condominiums, commercial buildings, land, and other real estates.
Avg. Salary: $76,000.00
5. Supervisors Supply Chain
group supervises and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit groups: Shippers and Receivers, Storekeepers and Partspersons, Production Logistics Co-ordinators, Purchasing, and Inventory Control Workers, Dispatchers and Transportation Route.
Avg. Salary: $64,405.00
Hairstylists cut and style hair to suit each client’s face and lifestyle, and make recommendations about home care to ensure clients always look and feel their best.
Avg. Salary: $35,879.00
3. Sales and Account Representatives
Wholesale, nontechnical sales representatives sell their organizations’ nontechnical goods and services to retail, commercial, industrial and professional clients.
Avg. Salary: $62,683.00
2. Retail and Wholesale Trade managers
Retail store managers plan, organize, direct and control the operations of stores that sell merchandise and services to the public. They may be employees or self-employed.
Avg. Salary: $72,114.00
1.Transport Truck Drivers
Truck drivers operate gasoline or diesel powered trucks, tractor-trailers, and similar vehicles to transport goods and materials over local routes or long distances.
Avg. Salary: $63,286.00
Source: Alis/ Government of Alberta