Canada depends on the work of skilled trade workers to keep the country running. As such, skilled trade workers always remain in high demand in Canada – especially immigrants who have both the practical and theoretical knowledge of trade.
Skilled trade workers in Canada have good salaries and job security.
|Rank||Job Title||Average Salary||5-Year Wage Growth||5-Year Job Growth|
|1||Electrical and telecommunications Contractor||$72,800||13||28%|
|2||Long shore workers||$70,720||30%||13%|
|3||Heavy Construction Equipment Supervisor||$62,400||15%||50%|
|4||Oil & Gas Well Operator||$70,720||30%||15%|
|7||Construction Trades/Contractors Supervisor||$60,008||14%||27%|
|8||Pipefitting Contractor & Supervisor||$69,326||8%||43%|
|9||Power Line & Cable Worker||$66,650||7%||3%|