9 in-demand jobs in Saskatchewan during the pandemic
The covid-19 pandemic has increased the demand for certain jobs in Saskatchewan, so here we are going to examine 9 jobs in high demand in Saskatchewan during the pandemic. A study by the Government of Canada on how the pandemic is affecting the workforce of each province in the country has identified the jobs facing increased demand in Saskatchewan due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Of course, many industries, such as the tourism and hotel sectors, were closed due to the negative effects of the pandemic; Many people lost their jobs or had their hours reduced. But other sectors also saw more job opportunities.
Here are the nine most in-demand jobs in Saskatchewan, along with their National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes, during the pandemic.
1.Real Estate Consultants and Salespersons (NOC 6232)
Real estate consultants and sellers are in the category of businesses that act as real estate agents, including houses, apartments, commercial buildings, and other real estate.
２. Transport truck drivers (NOC 7511)
Truck drivers move materials and goods on provincial and international roads. They are employed by distribution, manufacturing and transportation companies and work in many industries, including construction and wholesale.
3. Service and cleaning supervisors (NOC 6315)
Employees in this profession are responsible for supervising and coordinating employees such as specialized cleaners, waiters, elderly nurses and stewards, and they usually work for hotels, medical institutions, hospitals, schools, etc.
4. Heavy Machinery Operators (NOC 7521)
Heavy machinery operators work on heavy equipment used in the construction of roads, bridges, airports, tunnels, etc., and are employed by construction companies, heavy machinery contractors, etc.
5. Electrical Engineers and Power Systems Operators (NOC 9241)
Electrical engineers are involved in the commissioning, operation and maintenance of reactors, turbines, boilers, generators, engines and other equipment. Their actions are aimed at providing consumer services such as heating, lighting and cooling.
Electricity operators are responsible for checking the distribution board in control centers to control and distribute electricity.
6. Shelf Stocking Officer, Store Clerk and Orders Officer (NOC 6622)
These jobs include packaging customer purchases, pricing items, stocking shelves, and taking phone and mail orders. They work in retail businesses, grocery stores, department stores, and warehouses.
７. Information Systems Analysts and Consultants (NOC 2171)
Employees in these fields examine and analyze the conditions of the systems, develop executive plans, policies and various matters and provide solutions for many problems of information systems.
8. Licensed Psychiatric Nurses and Nurse Practitioners (NOC 3012)
These nurses provide nursing care to patients, provide health education programs and counseling services, and work in many centers such as hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, clinics, and people’s homes. are used
9. User Support Technicians (NOC 2282)
User support technicians are in charge of supporting computer users in the face of problems in the field of computer software or hardware. They are employed by software developers, call centers, computer hardware manufacturers, and IT units.