The Highest Paying Jobs In Demand 2017
After graduation we all want the highest paying Jobs in our industry or whatever you went to school for, Here are the Highest Paying Jobs In Demand 2017, And be sure to check out the original top 20 version from Slice
Structural Engineer Average Salary: $65,392
It is estimated that about a fifth of Canada’s engineers is 55 or older. With so many people nearing retirement in a field that already experiences labor shortages, young engineers, from construction to mining, will find plenty of opportunities not only to land a good job but also to advance through the ranks quickly.
9. Education Jobs
High School Teacher Average Salary: $51,583
The education sector still offers many opportunities. These include jobs for skilled teachers, counselors and education services managers.
8. Marketing Analysts
Average Salary: $51,000
With market trends changing all the time, businesses need to stay up to date and ahead of the pack. Marketing analysts who can make sense of market-related data and come up with good business strategies continue to be in demand, especially in business centers like Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal.
7. Information Security Analysts
Average Salary: $66,000
There are thousands of tech jobs available in Canada but they fill up quite quickly because there is so much talent out there. One of the most in-demand tech jobs is that of information security analyst because businesses want to protect their data and find creative solutions to prevent security breaches.
6. HR Recruiters
Average Salary: $44,000
HR as an industry is still going strong as younger people enter the workforce. Recruiters are in demand because several industries experience labor shortages and need someone who can help them find talented workers.
5. Mental Health and Social Services Professionals
Average Salary: $45,403
Mental health and social services professionals are needed to look after the mental and social well-being of all who live in Canada. These fields are growing as societal pressures increase. Most jobs are found in the public sector.
4. Registered Nurses
Average Salary: $66,000
Registered nurses are among those most in demand in the healthcare field. As with most healthcare jobs, the public sector is the largest employer of registered nurses.
3. Physicians and Dentists
Physician Average Salary: $116,000
Dentist Average Salary: $104,000
Health care is still a hot industry and as Canada’s population ages, opportunities for doctors and dentists are increasing. Most of these jobs are found in the public sector.
2. Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers
Average Salary: $67,000 – $69,000
There is still a big demand for skilled miners, oil and gas drillers and similar occupations. While these jobs are found in most provinces, they’re mainly concentrated in Alberta as well as Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia
1. Primary Production Managers
Average Salary: $69,830
According to the Canadian Occupational Projection System (COPS), production management jobs have the highest projected growth rate for 2011-2020, at 3.02%. With about 70% of Canada’s manufacturing output coming from Ontario and Quebec, these are the two best provinces in which to start your job search.
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