Canadian parents - get your kids into computer science or software engineering classes as soon as possible.
Jobs website Indeed.ca posted a list of top ranked jobs in Canada and the tech jobs dominated the space.
The top 3 jobs were Full stack (backend + frontend) developer, DevOps (systems admin + shell scripting developer), and Backend Developer.
According to Paul D’Arcy, senior vice-president of Indeed, in a statement:
Canada is a “booming hub for tech innovation”.
“The first thing that surprised us was how dominant tech-related roles were. We expected it to be a more diverse list that better represented the diversity of the Canadian economy, but it turns out that there’s been a lot of growth in the tech sector in Canada.”
Because there is such a big demand, there are not enough qualified applicants to fill the roles. Companies keep the jobs open for a lot longer because they can not find the right talent.
The growth is here to stay. Canada tech industry is almost a $120b dollar industry, 7% of Canadian GDP.
List below includes title of the job, average salary across Canada, # of jobs posted on Indeed, and % over last year increase of jobs posted.
|1||Full Stack Developer||$80,268||1,167||190|
|3||Back End Developer||$77,853||365||45|
|4||Real Estate Agent||$108,741||150||36|
|7||User Experience Designer||$80,815||642||22|
|8||IT Security Specialist||$80,969||334||19|