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10 in-demand jobs in British Columbia during the pandemic
In this article, based on the research, we have examined a list of the 10 most in-demand jobs in British Columbia during the pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has increased the demand for certain jobs in British Columbia. This pandemic has affected how we do business. Many sectors, such as tourism and hospitality, had problems due to the quarantine. However, some sectors saw an increase in job opportunities.
The federal government has conducted research on how the pandemic is affecting the workforce in each of the provinces and territories. From the result of this research, here are 10 in-demand jobs that faced an increase in demand during the pandemic in British Columbia.
1. Director of Salary and Benefits (NOC 1432)
These specialists collect, review and process payroll and benefits information. They also determine employee salaries and benefits and keep records of salary lists.
2. Information systems consultants and analysts (NOC 2171)
These specialists analyze and review the conditions of the systems and implement the development plans of the information system and provide recommendations for the problems of the information systems.
3. Computer programmers and interactive media developers (NOC 2147)
Computer programmers write, compile, and test computer code for operating and information processing systems and communications software and hardware. Media developers focus on mobile applications, educational software, computer games, movies, videos, and other media.
4. Assistant teachers of primary and secondary schools (NOC 4413)
These assistant teachers are responsible for supporting students and helping teachers in teaching and other things. They usually focus on teaching and managing behavior.
5. Technical Sales Specialists (NOC 6221)
Occupations such as technical sales professionals sell technical goods and services and industrial and commercial inputs to governments. Some of them also work in wholesale businesses.
6. Cooks (NOC 6322)
Chefs cook and prepare different foods. They work in restaurants, hotels, hospitals, educational institutions and other institutions.
7. Janitors, guards and building services (NOC 6733)
These businesses clean and maintain residential, industrial and commercial buildings.
8. Porters and cargo carriers (NOC 7452)
Transport officials transport, move, load and unload food, health products and personal protective equipment.
9. Transport truck drivers (NOC 7511)
This group of truck drivers work on heavy machinery and move goods in short distances, between provinces and even on an international scale, and during the pandemic, they have supplied goods to various industries.
10. Underground production and development miners (NOC 8231)
The businesses of this group work on drilling, blasting, etc. machines to extract coal and ore in underground mines.