Friday, May 18th, 2012

Want One of Canada’s Top 20 Jobs? What to Study (Part 2)

Software Engineer

Software Engineer's are in high demand.

Didn’t find what you were looking for in our first list? Picky, picky, picky. Well, here’s our list of where to study to get one of Canada’s top 10 careers (as ranked by www.careercast.com) and where you can get trained to get them.

10. Mathematician

Applies mathematical theories and formulas to teach or solve problems in a business, educational, or industrial climate.

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9. Computer Systems Analyst

Plans and develops computer systems for businesses and scientific institutions.

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8. Online Advertising Manager

Plans, directs, or coordinates advertising policies, campaigns and programs online.

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7. Occupational Therapist

Develops individualized programs of activity for mentally, physically, developmentally and emotionally impaired persons, to aid them in achieving self-reliance.

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6. Audiologist

Diagnoses and treats hearing problems by attempting to discover the range, nature, and degree of hearing function.

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5. Financial Planner

Related to careers in portfolio management, the financial planner offers a broad range of services aimed at assisting individuals in managing and planning their financial future.

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4. Dental Hygienist

Assists dentists in diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of a group or private dental practice.

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3. Human Resources Manager

Plans, directs, and/or coordinates all human resource activities and staff of an organization.

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2. Actuary

Interprets statistics to determine probabilities of accidents, sickness, and death, and loss of property from theft and natural disasters.

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1. Software Engineer

Researches, designs, develops and maintains software systems along with hardware development for medical, scientific, and industrial purposes.

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Ryan Leclaire
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