Monday, May 7th, 2012

Want One of Canada’s Top 20 Jobs? What to Study (Part 1)


Becoming an Optometrist is a great career move.

Whether you’re fresh out of high school or fresh out of patience for a job you hate, more education is the answer. And if you’re looking to land one of Canada’s top 20 jobs, we’ve got your back.

We’re giving you a list of Canada’s best jobs, as ranked by We’re also listing them with schools that offer programs you need to get that job. It’s that simple. Click the school link and go get’em.

Here are Canada’s Top Jobs (20-11)

20. Sociologist

Studies human behaviour by examining the interaction of social groups and institutions.

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19. Chiropractor

Treats physical problems by manipulating various parts of the body, especially the spinal column.

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18. Statistician

Tabulates, analyzes, and interprets the numeric results of experiments and surveys.

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17. Dietician

Assesses patients’ dietary needs, plans menus, and instructs patients and their families about proper nutritional care.

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16. Petroleum Engineer

Plans drilling locations and effective production methods for optimal access to oil and natural gas.

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15. Web Developer

Creating and maintaining layout, navigation, and interactivity of intranet and internet websites.

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14. Pharmacist

Advises physicians and patients on the affects of drugs and medications; prepares and dispenses prescriptions.

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13. Physical Therapist

Plans and directs treatment to improve mobility and alleviate pain in persons disabled by injury or disease.

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12. Optometrist

Diagnoses visual disorders and prescribes and administers corrective and rehabilitative treatments.

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11. Speech Pathologist

Assesses hearing, speech, and language disabilities and provides treatment. Assists individuals with communication disorders through diagnostic techniques.

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Click here to read Part 2 of Canada’s Top 20 Jobs!

Ryan Leclaire
Author: Ryan Leclaire
Ryan has been writing for 7 years and has been featured in Chatelaine, Canadian Living and Cottage life.
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  1. Hiuh Says:

    wheres part 2?

  2. STUDY Magazine Says:

    Part 2 is coming soon. Stay tuned!

  3. StumbleAbroad Says:

    the career type of 14 is missing

  4. STUDY Magazine Says:

    Thanks for letting us know!

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