Experts start the year with a forecast of tech jobs in high demand in Canada’s technological job market as the country begins hunting for more professionals in the field.
Deficiencies that are in current existence in the country’s technological sector, especially its labor market, have compelled various immigration initiatives in the regions of British Columbia along with Ontario in an attempt to intensify enlisting efforts. In the past year, the renowned (BC PNP) Provincial Nominee Program had to extend the pilot program to almost June, whereas the (OINP) or the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program commenced their draws to entice candidates from foreign countries with viable tech know-how.
Several human resources consultancy firms have made their 2020 predictions for the jobs that will be highest in demand as well as incomes and skills on their sites. Still, Ranstad Canada published one of the most commendable of all.
In Canada, tech jobs are significantly profitable and are atop many in the labor market. Currently, the average yearly income for a particular employee sums at around $81,750.
The lowest figure you could expect was a basic salary of $55,000 while it might reach up to $140,000, or sometimes even more if your work is lucrative enough.
“Anyone with technological know-how, particularly in popular languages like Java, Python and any other equivalent program, will have at his hands, a variety of employers in several large cities in Canada” read the Randstad webpage.
Tech Jobs in Demand
The eight subsequent vacancies are expected to be in-demand, particularly in Canada this year as indicated by Randstad:
Web managers attempt to ensure that all runs seamlessly for customers and employees alike. They foresee the employer’s IT system and their arrangement, supervise servers and system components.