Top 5 Jobs for Canadian Millennials!

October 30, 2016 at 12:57 am Leave a comment

Advertising Account Executive

Millennials already make up 44% of the advertising industry
and the projected hiring outlook by 2022 is 12%.

Civil Engineer

The projected hiring outlook by 2022 for civil engineers is 20%, making this a good long-term career. The main reason is that there will be growing emphasis on infrastructure projects in the near future.

Computer Systems Analyst

For computer systems analysts, the projected hiring outlook for the next decade or so is 25%, as more and more companies discover the benefits of using technology to solve their business problems.

Financial Planner

Financial planners can look forward to a projected growth of 27% in this field by 2022. This is because Millennials are looking for financial planners who will understand their generation’s mindset.

Physical Therapist

Another field with a very high projected growth rate is physical therapy. The hiring outlook by 2022 is 36%.

Source: Slice.ca 2015

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