3. Market research analyst
The annual salary of market research analyst starts from $50,000. It requires a Bachelor’s degree in marketing, market research or statistics to meet its eligibility criterion. There is a continuous market fluctuation which makes it the job of the future, as explained by Boswell.
To be on the top of the increasing market competition the companies need to be aware of who of buying the products. Therefore, a market research analyst needs to have critical thinking skills and analytical mind. Hamilton-Niagara and Ottawa will be the cities with flourishing industries whereas The P.E.I and Saskatchewan will show inadequate growth.

4. Teacher
Touch the future, become a teacher. On an average, a Canadian teacher may earn from $50,000 to $55,000 annually. A bachelor’s degree meets the eligibility criterion of becoming a teacher. To become a teacher, one must be able to spark creativity, impart love towards learning and must have the urge to help toward betterment of others. Teaching will always be in demand. Elementary and high school, both, will be demanding teachers but demand in high schools will be slightly higher. Provinces and territories of Nunavut, The Northwest Territories, Alberta, the Yukon and Québec will have the best outlook for elementary teachers, in accordance with the Govt. of Canada’s Job Bank. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario will show a decline in growth. For high school teachers, The Northwest Territories, Manitoba, the Yukon and Nunavut will have high demand while Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario will have the least.

5. Construction manager
The average salary of a construction manager is expected to start from $85,000 annually. A college or university education in construction management, civil engineering or a field that is related or an apprenticeship is required to be eligible as an applicant for the post of construction manager. One must have a standpoint that even though this job is in extremely high demand now, if the demand sinks, this profession might not be as dependable as others. The profession requires people with excellent leadership qualities. It also needs people who are prepared to work outside. The provinces with expectations of good growth are New Brunswick, Manitoba, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and Ontario. Alberta is the only province with poor predictable demand.

6. Software developer
For a software developer, the projected median salary starts from $61,000 annually. Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a field related serves as the eligibility criterion. Information technology is highest in demand as far as jobs are concerned. An example would be developers of gaming software who didn’t exist few years back but are now in huge demand. Many other software along with gaming will be in the future.
It requires high creativity and niche for design to become a software developer. The phases like designing, development, implementation and testing of software come under the lifecycle of a software. Nova Scotia, P.E.I., New, parts of Québec and Brunswick will show high demand for developers while Newfoundland, Alberta and Labrador will show low demand.

7. Marketing manager
$85,000 is the start of the predicted median salary of a marketing manager. To be an eligible applicant, a Bachelor’s degree in marketing, public relations, communications or related fields is obligatory. Being a marketing manager, you need to push the services and products; this must be kept in mind. It is a job of high future demand; therefore, better education will only prove to be the savior.
Creativity, good communication skills and analysis of market trends are the key qualities required in a marketing manager. Nunavut, New Brunswick, some parts of Manitoba and P.E.I. and will have decent demand while Alberta and Saskatchewan will have sluggish growth.

8. Lawyer
A lawyer is expected to earn with a starting around $72,000 annually. One must have a Bachelor’s degree in pre-law, a first-level law degree and passing the bar exam. Perspective for the job must be that lawyers will always be needed. Admissions to law school have been decreasing; a dip of 38 per cent in the number of applicants since 2010.Law requires a lot of studying so individual choosing it must be very passionate, articulate, driven and committed. Provinces that will see a high demand are Nunavut, British Columbia, Québec and Manitoba.

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