Coronavirus has turned life upside down throughout the world. The economy has suffered tremendous losses amid worldwide lockdowns. However, with the vaccine against the virus being in place the life seems to be getting back to normal with wider job openings and relaxation in travel restrictions.
Though the Canadian economy has recovered to a certain extent, the losses are incomparable to enhanced employment opportunities. Canada recorded a loss of 275,000 jobs in the months of April and May 2021. From November 2020 to January 2021, the employment rate in Canada recorded an upward trend. Another wave of coronavirus that spread at the beginning of January 2021 again led to the decline in Canada’s employment.
The good news now is that most people have been vaccinated in Canada, and thus, the Canadian Government had started relaxing restrictions and lockdown in May 2021. The restaurants, personal care services and various other leisure activities had recommenced in 8 Canadian provinces.
Immigrants, who immigrated to Canada more than five years ago, have witnessed a high employment rate in recent times. This high employment rate can be attributed to the travel restrictions that have led to low incoming of immigrants in Canada.
The job opportunities are immense in Canada in the coming years as per NOC (National Occupational Classification), for skilled professionals in Healthcare, Food Services, Laboratories, Epidemiology and Biological Research, Digital Marketing (Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations), IT, IT Consultancy and Information Systems Analysis, Data Management Science, and many more.
It is, therefore, the best time for professionals across industries to discover their prospects for Canadian Immigration. To learn more, contact Options Abroad, possessing decades of experience in converting hundreds and thousands of permanent residency applications in Canada into a success.