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Employers across Canada have reported labour shortages in a range of skill levels and sectors, including accommodation, food services, skilled trades and health care.

The current economic immigrant selection system, Express Entry, prioritizes “high-skilled” immigrants — those with post-secondary education — in fields like information technology and finance. However, many of these individuals face significant underemployment, with foreign credentials discounted and the requirement to have Canadian experience preventing many from finding skills-appropriate work.

The new immigration plan will expand the eligible skill levels and ease access to permanent resident status for essential workers who were previously excluded from the selection system, like transport truck drivers, nurse assistants and heavy equipment operators.

Although this is a positive development, it is an open question whether so-called “lower-skilled” newcomers — those without post-secondary education — will find work and stay in their intended occupations. Canada’s focus on high-skilled immigration thus far has been based on research that shows that higher-skilled newcomers have better labour market outcomes in the long term than those with lower skills.

These are the current open positions:

  • Farm Foreman
  • Food Counter Attendant
  • Fish Plant Worker
  • Dairy Farm Labourer
  • Light Duty Cleaner
  • Commercial Roofer
  • Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Food Service Supervisor
  • Cook
  • Seasonal Fish Plant Labourers
  • Flooring Installers
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Food Processing Labourer
  • Carpenter
  • Transport Truck Driver

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