It is now a good time for people looking for work.
According to reports from Indeed, many companies have difficulty filling specific roles in various industries across the country. Brendon Bernard, Economist Indeed, examining five of the most difficult jobs to staff based on regions across the country.
The ranking is based on the percentage of jobs per position remained vacant for 60 days or more after being posted.
According to Bernard, the five positions of the most difficult jobs to fill in Ontario in ascending order are civil designer, registered nurse, solution engineers, senior geotechnical engineer, senior engineer, and test.
According to reports from Indeed, 45 percent of jobs designers civilian, 45 percent of post nurse work registered, 46 percent of the jobs solution engineers, 55 percent of the posts of senior engineers work geotechnical, and 58 percent of senior test engineer jobs remain vacant during 60 days or more.
In addition, Ontario has seen strong growth in high-paying fields recently, especially in the technology industry. However, on the contrary, things are not very good for job seekers without postsecondary education.
Engineering positions have been difficult to fill the whole country because some forms of engineering work have made the top five list for each region including three in Ontario and two in Western Canada.
In other parts of the country, software engineering manager’s job is the most difficult to fill in Western Canada, with 57 percent of jobs are left vacant after 60 days; software developers are the most difficult positions to fill in Quebec, with 50 percent of jobs are left vacant after 60 days; and senior Java developers are the most difficult positions to fill in Atlantic Canada, with 50 percent of jobs are left vacant after 60 days.
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