Why Canada Engineering Jobs??
For several years now, engineering remains a candidate-driven field. The number of engineering jobs has grown steadily. In fact, engineering was one of the strongest sectors in terms of growth over the past year, adding over 7,000 new jobs. This makes sense, as Canada’s manufacturing sector rebounded in 2018, following a poor year in 2017. The future continues to look equally bright for engineers. An estimated 20% of engineers are over 55, and looking toward retirement in the near future. This means there’s plenty of room for bright young engineers
to carve out a career path and move into high paying senior and management roles in the near future.
Engineers are in high demand in 2018. With a Professional Engineer (P.Eng) certification under your belt, your employment prospects are excellent. Virtually all engineering specialties are experiencing labour shortages in Canada. The list of the top 8 best engineering jobs is relatively unchanged from last year. Electrical engineer dethroned mechanical engineer as the best job, and manufacturing engineer moved up several slots.