加拿大2019年最佳工作:加拿大前25名工作

选择职业道路是我们生活中最艰难的决定之一。当然,您的才能和兴趣应该是关键因素,但根据实际数字,了解哪些工作最有希望也很有帮助。年度加拿大企业最佳工作排名将考虑薪水,就业增长和未来前景,使您朝着薪水最高,潜力最大的职业发展。对于任何人来说,其中许多工作都是在医疗保健,行业和STEM领域中就不足为奇了。但也有一些有趣的惊喜可能会吸引您内心五岁的孩子-例如,对于机车工程师来说,前途似乎一片光明。滚动浏览我们的画廊,倒数榜单上排名前25位的职业。


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卫生保健经理

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25.卫生保健经理

职位描述:

随着人口的老龄化,预计医疗保健行业将出现巨大的增长。在这个职位上,您将监督医院,诊所,疗养院和其他环境中的服务交付。卫生保健经理负责监督其他专业人员,招募新员工,计划和评估服务提供并制定预算。


工作资格:

如果您正在寻找需要最少再培训的职业,那么此职位不适合您。您需要接受与您所监管的医疗专业人员相同的教育,这可能意味着要接受多年的专科医生或护士的大专及居住培训。选择了医学专科后,您可能会受其困扰-不同部门之间的流动性不高。


薪水:

卫生保健经理的年薪中位数为95,000美元,但视服务类型而异。


职业机会:

政府预计,从现在起五年后,在这个职位上找工作的人数将比找工作的人略多。


人力资源经理

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24.人力资源经理

职位描述:

这项工作涉及在人力资源部门担任高级职务。责任领域包括招聘,培训,与工会的集体谈判以及工资和福利的管理。


工作资格:

您需要相关领域的学士学位,例如工商管理,劳资关系或商业。如果您没有学士学位,则可以完成人事管理方面的专业发展计划。还需要几年的人力资源经验。


薪水:

人力资源经理的薪水中位数为$ 94,000。


职业机会:

不幸的是,在过去的五年中,这一领域已经萎缩,担任人力资源经理的人数比2013年减少了6%。政府预测,到2024年,将会有更多的工作和求职者。



油气钻探主管

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23.油气钻探主管

职位描述:

从事这项工作的人管理着钻探石油和天然气的工人。职责可能包括制定计划,解决问题和做出雇用决策。


工作资格:

您需要高中毕业文凭以及一些培训课程。您将无法立即成为主管-首先需要在该领域拥有数年的经验。


薪水:

石油和天然气钻探主管的工资中位数为$ 85,000。


职业机会:

自2014年油价暴跌以来,石油和天然气部门受到的打击很大,这反映在该职位的就业人数上,担任石油和天然气钻探主管的人数比五年前减少了22%。


电梯技工

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22.电梯技工

职位描述:

从事这项工作的人们可以使全世界的电梯和自动扶梯保持良好的维修状态。职责可能包括安装设备,排除故障并进行预防性维护。


工作资格:

您可能需要高中文凭。之后,您将完成为期4至5年的学徒计划。在魁北克和艾伯塔省,还需要贸易证明。


薪水:

电梯技工的薪水中位数为$ 81,000。


职业机会:

这个领域一直在增长,与五年前相比,担任电梯技工的人数增加了83%。但是,政府预测,到2024年,找工作的人数和人数将相等。


校长

多伦多普通布洛克公立学校的校长Thando Hyman-Anan,在档案照片中看到(安德鲁·弗朗西斯·华莱士/多伦多之星/盖蒂)


21.学校校长兼行政长官

职位描述:

校长监督中小学的老师和其他工作人员。此类别还包括控制学校系统事务的学校行政人员,如总监和教育主管。


工作资格:

您需要学士学位


Choosing a career path is one of the toughest decisions in our lives. Your talents and interests should be key factors, of course, but it’s also helpful to know which jobs are the most promising based on hard numbers. The annual Canadian Business Best Jobs ranking considers salaries, employment growth and future prospects to point you towards the careers with the highest pay and the greatest potential. It should come as no surprise to anyone that many of these jobs are in health care, the trades and STEM fields. But there are also some fun surprises that may appeal to your inner five-year-old — such as the fact there appears to be a bright future for locomotive engineers. Scroll through our gallery counting down the Top 25 ranked careers on our list.

Click here for the full list of the Top 100 jobs in Canada for 2019

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25. Health Care Manager

Job Description: As the population ages, it’s anticipated there will be huge growth  in the health care sector. In this position, you’ll oversee the delivery of services in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and other environments. Health care managers are responsible for supervising other professionals, recruiting new hires, planning and evaluating service delivery and setting budgets.

Job Qualifications: If you’re looking for a career that involves minimal retraining, this is not the position for you. You’ll need to have the same education as the medical professionals you oversee, which could mean years of post-secondary and residency training as a specialist physician or nurse. Once you pick a medical specialization, you’re probably stuck with it—there’s not much mobility between different departments.

Salary: Health care managers make a median salary of $95,000, but that varies greatly depending on the type of service.

Career Opportunity: The government expects there will be slightly more jobs than people looking for work in this position five years from now.

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24. Human Resources Manager

Job Description: This job involves taking a senior role in a human resources department. Areas of responsibility include recruitment, training, collective bargaining with unions and the administration of pay and benefits.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a bachelor’s degree in a related field, such as business administration, industrial relations or commerce. If you don’t have a bachelor’s degree, you could complete a professional development program in personnel administration. Several years of experience in human resources is also required.

Salary: The median salary for human resources managers is $94,000.

Career Opportunity: Unfortunately this field has shrunk over the past five years, with 6% fewer people working as human resources managers than there were in 2013. By 2024, the government predicts there will be an even number of jobs and job seekers.

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23. Oil & Gas Drilling Supervisor

Job Description: People working in this job manage workers drilling for oil and gas. Duties might include making scheduling, problem solving and making hiring decisions.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a high school diploma along with some training courses. You won’t be able to become a supervisor right away — you’ll require several years of experience in the field first.

Salary: The median salary for oil and gas drilling supervisors is $85,000.

Career Opportunity: The oil and gas sector has been hit hard since the 2014 crash in oil prices and that’s reflected in the employment numbers for this job, with 22% fewer people working as oil and gas drilling supervisors than there were five years ago.

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22. Elevator Mechanic

Job Description: People working in this job keep the world’s elevators and escalators in good repair. Duties might include installing equipment, troubleshooting problems and doing preventative maintenance.

Job Qualifications: You’ll probably need a high school diploma. After that, you’ll have a four- to five-year apprenticeship program to complete. In Quebec and Alberta, a trade certification is also needed.

Salary: The median salary for elevator mechanics is $81,000.

Career Opportunity: This field has been on a growth tear, with 83% more people working as elevator mechanics than there were five years ago. By 2024, however, the government predicts there will be an equal number of jobs and people looking for work.

Principal Thando Hyman-Anan of Toronto?s General Brock Public School, seen in a file photo (Andrew Francis Wallace/Toronto Star/Getty)

21. School Principal & Administrator

Job Description: School principals supervise teachers and other staff at elementary and secondary schools. This category also includes school administrators like superintendents and directors of education, who control the affairs of a school system.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a bachelor’s degree in education and perhaps a master’s degree. After that, you’ll require several years’ experience as a senior teacher or department head.

Salary: The median salary for school principals and administrators is $100,000.

Career Opportunity: This field has seen very little growth over the past five years, with just 1% more school principals and administrators in Canada than there were in 2013. By 2024, however, the government predicts there will be more jobs than people looking for work in this area.


20.财务经理

职位描述:

每个组织都需要有人来保持账本整洁。该领域的人们领导财务和会计部门,制定政策和绩效标准,并为高级管理层撰写报告。职责可能包括准备财务报表,协调预算并提醒管理层注意可能影响公司财务业绩的趋势。


工作资格:

您需要拥有诸如工商管理,经济学或商业学等领域的学士学位。工商管理硕士学位也可能会有所帮助。这些职位是高级职位,因此您需要在会计,审计,预算或财务计划等领域拥有多年经验。


薪水:

财务经理的平均年薪为96,000美元。


职业机会:

这个职业的一个缺点是,它的发展速度不是很快,与五年前相比,担任财务经理的人数仅增加了3%。政府预测,从现在开始的五年后,对于在该领域寻求工作的所有人来说,工作机会将不够。



职业治疗师职位-加拿大最佳职位

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19.职业治疗师

职位描述:

职业治疗师帮助解决疾病,受伤或发育障碍。工作职责可能包括制定干预计划以解决客户的需求,维护记录并监督支持人员。


工作资格:

您将需要获得职业治疗的大学学历并完成国家或省级认证考试。一些职业治疗师会接受额外的培训和经验,成为某些领域的专家。


薪水:

职业治疗师的平均工资为$ 82,000。


职业机会:

政府预测,在五年内,该领域的工作机会将比寻找工作的人略多。


卫生社区服务经理

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18.卫生与社区服务经理

职位描述:

此类别包括城市卫生官员,社会服务总监以及住房政策和发展总监等职位。这些公务员负责管理使社区保持健康和繁荣的政策。任务可能包括指导研究人员,制定预算和协调项目。


工作资格:

您至少需要相关领域的学士学位,并且可能还需要研究生学位。这些职位都是高级职位,因此作为社会政策研究人员,顾问或项目官员的几年经验是很重要的。对于健康政策职位,可能需要成为医生或拥有其他健康护理证书。


薪水:

该领域的平均年薪为110,000美元。


职业机会:

这个领域发展迅速,与五年前相比,从事这些工作的人数增加了53%。但是繁荣可能已经过去了-政府预测,在未来五年内,寻找工作的人数将超过工作的人数。


加拿大最佳工作护士长

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17.护士长兼医疗主管

职位描述:

在护士工作的任何地方(包括医院,诊所,疗养院和精神病院),都有可能是一名护士长。从事这项工作的人可能会监督护士,与其他卫生服务机构协调护理工作并管理预算。


工作资格:

您需要具有护理学的学位或文凭,并需要在您工作所在的省的监管机构进行注册。.您可能还需要参加一些管理课程。最后,显然需要有注册护士的临床经验。


薪水:

护士长的年薪中位数为8.3万美元。


职业机会:

这个领域发展迅速,与五年前相比,担任护士长和医疗主管的人数增加了57%。


机车工程师

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16.机车工程师

职位描述:

如果您一直对火车着迷,现在可能是将这种兴趣变成职业的好时机。机车工程师操作火车,在整个北美地区运送旅客和货物。他们还检查设备并与铁路工作人员和交通管制员进行沟通,以确保一切安全并按时进行。


工作资格:

这项工作是根据正规教育的要求进行的:您可能需要高中文凭,仅此而已。您还需要担任火车售票员的经验,这项工作涉及负责火车上的货运和乘务员。


薪水:

机车工程师的年薪中位数为$ 78,000。


职业机会:

政府预测,这一领域对于计划在五年内进入该领域的人们来说是光明的未来,届时工作机会将大大超过寻找工作的人。



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15.电力线电缆工人

职位描述:

这些工人建造,维护和维修与电力一起传输电力的架空和地下电缆。

20. Financial Manager

Job Description: Every organization needs someone to keep the books straight. People in this field head up financial and accounting departments, develop policies and performance standards and write reports for senior management. Duties might include preparing financial statements, co-ordinating budgets and alerting management to trends that might affect a company’s financial performance.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a bachelor’s degree in a field such as business administration, economics or commerce. A master’s degree in business administration might also be helpful. These are senior positions, so you’ll require several years of experience in fields such as accounting, auditing, budgeting or financial planning.

Salary: The median salary for financial managers is $96,000.

Career Opportunity: One downside to this career is it isn’t growing very quickly, with just 3% more people working as financial managers than there were five years ago. Five years from now, the government predicts there won’t be quite enough jobs for all those seeking work in this field.

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19. Occupational Therapist

Job Description: Occupational therapists help address illnesses, injuries or developmental disorders. Job responsibilities might include developing intervention programs to address clients’ needs, maintaining records and supervising support personnel.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a university degree in occupational therapy and to complete a national or provincial certification exam. Some occupational therapists get additional training and experience to become specialists in certain areas.

Salary: The median salary for occupational therapists is $82,000.

Career Opportunity: In five years, the government predicts there will be slightly more jobs than people looking for work in this field.

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18. Health & Community Service Manager

Job Description: This category includes such job titles as city medical officer of health, social services director and housing policy and development director. These public servants are responsible for administering policies that keep communities healthy and thriving. Tasks might include guiding researchers, making budgets and coordinating projects.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need at least a bachelor’s degree in a related field and might need a graduate degree as well. These are senior positions, so several years of experience as a social policy researcher, consultant or program officer is an asset. For positions in health policy, being a doctor or having other health care certification might be required.

Salary: The median annual salary for this field is $110,000.

Career Opportunity: This field has been growing quickly, with 53% more people employed in these jobs than there were five years ago. But the boom may be over — the government predicts there will be more people looking for work than jobs in another five years.

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17. Head Nurse & Medical Supervisor

Job Description: Anywhere nurses work — including hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and psychiatric facilities — there’s likely a head nurse. People doing this job might supervise nurses, coordinate care with other health services and administer budgets.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a degree or diploma in nursing and to be registered with a regulatory body in the province where you work.. You might also be required to take some management courses.  Finally, clinical experience as a registered nurse is obviously needed.

Salary: The median salary for a head nurse is $83,000.

Career opportunity: This field has been growing quickly, with 57% more people working as head nurses and medical supervisors than there were five years ago.

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16. Locomotive Engineer

Job Description: If you’ve always been fascinated by trains, now may be a good time to turn that interest into a career. Locomotive engineers operate trains, transporting passengers and freight across North America. They also inspect equipment and communicate with rail crews and traffic controllers to make sure everything is safe and on schedule.

Job Qualifications: This job is light on formal education requirements: You’ll probably need a high school diploma and that’s about it. You’ll also need experience as a train conductor, a job that involves being responsible for the freight and crew on the train.

Salary: The median annual salary for locomotive engineers is $78,000.

Career Opportunity: The government predicts this field has a bright future for people planning to enter it in five years, when there will be significantly more jobs than people looking for work.

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15. Power Line & Cable Worker

Job Description: These workers construct, maintain and repair the overhead and underground cables that transmit electricity along with the equipment that makes those cables work. This job might involve working on hydro poles in hydraulic buckets, installing street lighting systems and working in trenches or tunnels.

Job Qualifications: You’ll probably need to finish high school, after which you’ll need to complete a three- or four-year apprenticeship program. If you have more than four years of work experience in the trade, you might be able to skip the apprenticeship requirement.

Salary: The median salary for this job is $80,000.

Career Opportunity: There are 33% more people working as power line and cable workers than there were five years ago. By 2024, the government predicts there will be an equal number of jobs and job seekers.

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14. Police Officer

Job Description: Police officers protect the public, prevent crime and maintain law and order. This category includes a variety of different types of police officers, from detectives to railway police to highway patrollers.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a high school diploma and likely a college or university degree as well. After that, you’ll need to take a three- to six-month police training program, meeting physical and psychological fitness tests.

Salary: The median salary for a police officer is $88,000.

Job Outlook: This field has been growing, with 18% more people employed as police officers in 2018 than there were five years before. By 2024, the government predicts there will be an equal number of jobs and people looking for work.


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13. Electronics Engineer

Job Description: These engineers arebehind our electrical systems and electronic equipment. Their responsibilities might include designing electronic circuits, planning new electrical distribution networks or investigating electrical failures.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a bachelor’s degree in electrical or electronics engineering and possibly a master’s or doctoral degree in a related discipline. After that, it takes three or four years of supervised work experience in engineering before you can take a professional practice exam. To practice as a professional engineer, you’re required to be licensed by a provincial or territorial body.

Salary: The median salary for electronics engineers is $90,000.

Job Outlook: Growth in this field has been sluggish, with only 8% more people working as electronics engineers than there were five years ago.

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12. Business Executive

Job Description: Who doesn’t want to be the big boss? This job category encompasses a variety of high-level positions at companies and organizations, including chief executives, financial and operating officers, executive vice-presidents and executive directors. You’ll make decisions about the organization’s mission and how to allocate resources. You’ll also represent your employer at official functions.

Job Qualifications: No one’s going to hire you to be the CEO on the strength of your cover letter. You’ll probably need a university degree in a discipline related to the organization’s work, plus years of experience as a senior manager.

Salary: The median salary for this job category is $110,000, but executives at major companies make much, much more.

Career Opportunity: The number of people working in positions encompassed by this job category increased 26% from 2013 to 2018. Five years from now, however, the government predicts there will be slightly fewer jobs than people looking for work.

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11. Statistician or Actuary

Job Description: As we produce exponentially growing amounts of digital data, the demand for people who can make sense of that information is growing. Statisticians and actuaries use mathematical techniques to build models to solve problems and predict behaviour and outcomes.

Job Qualifiications: You’ll likely need a graduate degree in math or statistics.

Salary: The median salary for statisticians and actuaries is $87,000.

Career Opportunity: This is a fast-growing field, with 87% more people working as statisticians and actuaries in 2018 than in 2013. Five years from now, the government predicts there will be an equal number of jobs and job seekers.

施工经理

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10.施工经理

职位描述:

施工经理监督施工团队,确保项目井井有条并按计划完成。他们还进行预算估算,制定时间表并设定施工里程碑。


工作资格:

您需要拥有土木工程或建筑技术的大学学位。如果您想成为经理,就必须逐步晋升。


薪水:

施工经理根据经验获得报酬。他们的年薪中位数为8.3万美元,在过去五年中增长了14%。


职业机会:

近年来,建筑经理的数量呈上升趋势,但其就业严重依赖于经济增长。房地产泡沫破灭将严重打击该部门。


公共行政总监

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9.公共行政总监

职位描述:

公共行政主管领导政府服务的大部门,确保政策和计划得到实施。这意味着要制定这些计划,监控和规划预算,以及雇用和培训员工。


工作资格:

您需要至少具有社会科学,法律或商业管理的学士学位,以及在该领域的多年经验。


薪水:

中位数工资约为11万美元,是政府官僚机构中薪资最高的工作之一。在过去的五年中,公共行政主管的工资增长了13%。


职业机会:

政府根据优先级,预算和由哪个政党负责制定和削减计划,这使得该领域的某些职位不稳定。


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8.科研经理

职位描述:

您将监督由雇主完成的技术工作,该雇主可能是建筑公司,统计服务机构或科学部门。您将计划并指导公司或部门的活动,分配和审查技术工作并招募人员。


工作资格:

如果您从事的是建筑或景观建筑,则需要获得相关学位以及许可。科学管理人员需要科学硕士学位或博士学位。最后,您需要几年的相关经验。


薪水:

一位科学研究经理的薪水中位数为102,000美元。


职业机会:

政府预测,从现在开始的五年后,将会有比找工作的人更多的工作。


工程经理职位-加拿大最佳职位

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7.工程经理

职位描述:

工程师需要有人告诉他们该怎么做。有人可能是你!工程经理计划,监督和评估项目。他们在私营和公共部门工作,包括咨询公司和科研公司。


工作资格:

您需要拥有大多数职位的工程学学士学位以及一些经验,最好是担任监督职务。还需要由您所在的省或地区授予专业工程师(P. Eng。)的许可。


薪水:

工程经理的年薪中位数约为106,000美元。


职业机会:

政府预计,到2024年,就业机会将比求职者略多。


管件主管

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6.管道装配主管

职位描述:

管道安装主管负责协调从家庭住宅到大型工业或商业设施的所有系统的热,油和水系统。他们订购材料,安排工作活动并确保一切安全进行。


工作资格:

您需要至少完成中学课程。在那之后,这是商人熟悉的道路:先是学徒期,然后是认证,然后成为完全合格的工人来工作数年。


薪水:

管道安装主管的工资中位数约为81,000美元,但首先,您必须先当学徒,然后再当一名熟练工/女士,才能获得较低的工资。


职业机会:

期望从现在开始的五年后,每位求职者在管道安装行业中为承包商和主管提供1.25个开放职位。在过去的五年中,从事这项工作的人数增加了51%。


采矿和采石主管

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5.采矿和采石主管

职位描述:

一位采矿和采石主管监督着从地下开采煤炭,矿物和矿石的工人。这些主管可以操作重型机械,监视工人的安全,并执行管理工作,例如订购材料和物资。


工作资格:

您需要至少完成中学课程;一些高级职位,要求您完成采矿或工程学的大学课程。大多数主管的角色也需要几年的现场经验。许多省和地区都要求positio认证

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10. Construction Manager

Job Description: Construction managers oversee building teams, ensuring projects are organized and on track for completion. They also conduct budget estimates, establish schedules, and set construction milestones.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need a university degree in civil engineering or construction technology. If you want to become a manager, you’ll have to work your way up through the ranks.

Salary: Construction managers are paid according to experience. They make a median salary of $83,000, which has increased 14% over the past five years.

Career Opportunity: There’s been an upward trend in the number of construction managers in recent years, but it’s employment heavily reliant on economic growth. A housing bust would hit this sector hard.

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9. Public Administration Director

Job Description: Public administration directors lead large branches of government services, ensuring policies and programs are implemented. This means developing those programs, monitoring and planning budgets, and hiring and training staff.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need at least a bachelor’s degree in social science, law or business administration along with several years of experience in the field.

Salary: The median salary is about $110,000, making it one of the highest paid jobs in government bureaucracy. Public administration directors have seen a 13% increase in wages over the past five years.

Career Opportunity: Governments create and cut programs based on priority, budget and which political party is in charge—making some positions in this field less stable than others.

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8. Scientific Research Manager

Job Description: You’ll oversee the technical work done by your employer, which might be an architectural firm, a statistical service or a scientific department. You’ll plan and direct the firm or department’s activities, assign and review technical work and recruit staff.

Job Qualifications: If you’re working in architecture or landscape architecture, you’ll need a related degree along with licensing. Scientific managers will need a Master’s or doctoral degree in science. Finally, you’ll need several years of related experience.

Salary: The median salary for a scientific research manager is $102,000.

Career Opportunity: Five years from now, the government predicts there will be slightly more jobs than people looking for work.

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7. Engineering Manager

Job description: Engineers need someone to tell them what to do. That someone could be you! Engineering managers plan, oversee and evaluate projects. They work in both the private and public sectors, including consulting firms and scientific research companies.

Job qualifications: You’ll need a bachelor’s degree in engineering for most positions along with some experience, ideally in a supervisory role. Also required is licensing as a Professional Engineer (P. Eng.) by the province or territory you work in.

Salary: Engineering managers earn a median salary of about $106,000.

Career Opportunity: By 2024, the government expects there will be slightly more jobs than job seekers.

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6. Pipefitting Supervisor

Job Description: A pipefitting supervisor coordinates the heat, oil and water systems in everything from family homes to large industrial or commercial facilities. They order materials, schedule work activities and make sure everything works safely.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need to finish secondary school at minimum. After that, it’s a path familiar to tradespeople: a period of apprenticeship, followed by certification, and then earn several years as a fully qualified worker.

Salary: The median salary for a pipefitting supervisor sits at about $81,000, but first, you’ll have to receive lower pay as first an apprentice, then as a journeyman/woman.

Career Opportunity: Expect 1.25 open positions for contractors and supervisors in the pipefitting trades for every job seeker five years from now. Over the past five years, the number of people employed in this job has increased 51%.

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5. Mining & Quarrying Supervisor

Job Description: A mining and quarrying supervisor oversees workers who extract coal, minerals and ore from the ground. These supervisors may operate heavy machinery, monitor workers’ safety and perform administrative work like ordering materials and supplies.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need to complete at least secondary school; some advanced positions requiring you to finish a college or university program in mining or engineering. Most supervisor roles also require several years of experience in the field. Many provinces and territories require certification for positions like underground or coal mining supervisor.

Salary: The median salary for this position is $83,200, and has seen a 25% wage increase over the past five years.

Career Opportunity: It’s no secret that mining plays a big part in Canada’s economy. The profession has seen a 29% increase in employees over the past five years.

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4. Power Systems Electrician

Job Description: Thank a power systems electrician next time you flip on a light switch. These professionals install, maintain, test and repair the equipment that keeps the electrical grid running.

Job Qualifications: This job usually requires a high school diploma and the completion of a four-year apprenticeship program.

Salary: Power systems electricians make a median salary of $86,000.

Career Opportunity: Five years from now, the government predicts there will be a balanced number of job openings and job seekers.

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3. Utilities Manager

Job Description: Water, electrical power, natural gas—if it’s a utility, these managers take care of it. Whether it’s in the public or private sector, utility managers supervise the facilities, plants, and distribution systems that bring the power to the people.

Job Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree or diploma related to your chosen field: electrical engineering for power utilities, oil and gas engineering for natural gas distribution, and so on. You’ll need to be experienced as a supervisor before moving up, though.

Salary: The median annual pay cheque of a utility manager comes in at about $114,000, with broad variation based on the kind of utility.

Career Opportunity: The government predicts that for managers in manufacturing and utilities, there will be 3,100 new job openings through 2024, with only 2,900 job seekers to fill them. That spells opportunity, but since these are senior positions you’ll need to be able to demonstrate proven experience.

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2. Dentist

Job Description: You know what a dentist does (If not, you’re due for a checkup). Dentists keep your teeth and mouth healthy by diagnosing, treating and preventing disorders.

Job Qualifications: You’ll need one to four years of pre-dentistry university studies or, in Quebec, a college diploma in the sciences. After that, you’ll need a university degree from a recognized dental program. Plus, you’ll need to be licensed by a provincial or territorial regulatory body. Moving into specialized practice requires additional training.

Salary: The median salary for a dentist is $93,600.

Job Outlook: The number of dentists has increased 63% over the past five years. The government predicts that growth will continue, with more jobs than people looking for work in the field by 2024.

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1. Nurse Practitioner

Job Description: As the population ages, careers in the health care industry are becoming increasingly in demand. These primary health-care providers work with doctors and other professionals to provide a variety of services. In addition to nurse practitioners, this job category includes physician assistants and midwives. People in this field might work in a hospital, a community clinic or a birthing centre. Your job duties could include anything from administering vaccinations to delivering babies.

Job Qualifications: The requirements for these jobs vary depending on the type of work. Nurse practitioners usually need a Master’s degree in nursing, while physician assistants and midwives require university degrees in related programs. Depending on the province you live in and the type of job, you may also need to register with a regulatory body.

Salary: People in this job category earn a median salary of $104,000.

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