1.Teacher

Make a difference by being a teacher. The median salary that is expected starts from $50,000 to $55,000 annually. The education that you will require is a bachelor’s degree in education. The perspective that you need to have for this job is that you must have a passion to help others for their betterment. Boswell explained well by saying that one has to enjoy working with children, seeing them learn and nurture them as they grow. But over the time it has become a little difficult to be a teacher in some province as the competition is tougher now and Boswell rightly says that this job will always be in demand. This demand shall be in both elementary and high school but with a little more demand in the high school. The best perspective for elementary teachers, in accordance with the Government of Canada’s Job Bank, are in the provinces and territories of Nunavut, The Northwest Territories, Alberta, the Yukon and Québec. A decline in growth is expected in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario. The Northwest Territories, Manitoba, the Yukon and Nunavut will see good need for high school teachers while the least will be seen in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario.

2. Informatics security analyst
The median salary that is expected starts from $64,000 annually. The education that you will require is a bachelor’s degree in computer science or in a field that is related. Some jobs might require a Master’s degree in this field. The perspective that you need to have for this job is that more and more data requires much more information security, as explained by Boswell. This job is totally about ensuring the security of systems and network of the companies. You must love computer science if you want to be in this field. Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Nunavut and Québec will have most demand for this job.