Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program In-demand Occupation List Made Public

The latest Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program In-demand Occupation list has been brought out under Regional Labour Market Demand stream, under the Nova Scotia Program. It is targeted at choosing people who fulfill the specific labour market requirements of the region and are fated to become an active part of the thriving labour market with a permanent or full-time position, and want to reside in the province in question on a permanent basis. Such qualified applicants can apply for permanent resident visa for Canada under Provincial Nominee Program.

It is not mandatory that the aspirants possess a permanent, full-time employment offer from a Nova Scotia based recruiter/firm, at the time of presenting their petition for provincial nomination. It is imperative that they aim to pursue employment in a profession that is in requirement in the region. With a view to find-out if one’s intended line-of-work is really in demand, the aspirants are advised to consult the below given list and identify one with which they are most closely related to.

Nova Scotia Regional Labour Market Demand: In Demand Occupations

The below given list of professions is based on the National Occupation Classification (NOC) System.

Systems Testing Technicians
Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technologists and
Registered Nurses
Head Nurses and Supervisors
Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Managers in Health Care
Computer Engineers
Licensed Practical Nurses
Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Mechanical Engineers
User Support Technicians
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers
Specialist Physicians
General Practitioners and Family Physicians
Financial Auditors and Accountants
Software Engineers and Designers
Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants
Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners
Information Systems Analysts and Consultants
Industrial Electricians
Sheet Metal Workers

It is vital that one’s position for his planned vocation is relatively good in the region he aims to live so that his petition gets duly weighed-in through the category of Regional Labour Market Demand.

Starting March 6, 2014 the immigration bureau of Nova Scotia will admit complete submissions under the stream of Regional Labour Market Demand. Please note that until March 6, this year, the Regional Labour Market Demand submissions gained by the Office of Immigration, prior to the said date, will not be suitably processed.

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