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Obtain Canadian PR and Work Permit Without a Degree with these 5 Jobs.

Due to its skilled workers, Canada has emerged as one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. If you possess valuable skills and aspire to a prosperous future, Canada is the ideal destination. Every year, thousands of skilled foreign workers choose to immigrate to Canada. The immigration targets set for 2023 aim to welcome 485,000 permanent residents, indicating that Canada eagerly awaits individuals like you.

5 Occupations which can get you Canadian PR without a Degree

Here, we have done a lot of research and study different immigration streams of Canada Immigration. You may get Canadian PR via Canada’s Federal immigration programs as well as Provincial Nominee Programs.
The following five job occupations are among the high demand jobs specially in the 4 Atlantic Provinces of Canada. You do not need any high degree for these job occupations, but you can reach your goal of Canadian PR through these.

These occupations belong to TEER 4 of Canada’s National Occupation Classification.

Why we choose these jobs? You will get a clear answer after reading this article.

1. Fish and seafood plant workers

The NOC Code for this occupation is 94142.

Job Description:

Fish and seafood plant workers process and prepare different products for distribution and sale in the industry. The duties of these workers may include sorting and cleaning fish and other seafood, as well as packaging, labeling, and shipping the finished products.

Employment Requirements set for Fish and Seafood Plant Workers:

  • Secondary school education (may be required)
  • The On-the-job training is required

Salary Range: CAD14 to CAD18 per hour

2. Woodworking machine operators

The NOC Code for this occupation is 94124.

Job Description:

Woodworking machine operators typically work in manufacturing plants, woodworking shops, and factories that produce wooden products. They may work on different machines like saws, routers, planers, sanders and use a different hand tools to finish items.

Employment Requirements set for Woodworking machine operators:

  • Some secondary school education (usually required)
  • On-the-job training is required
  • Experience as a labourer in the same field may be required

Salary range: CAD16 to CAD27 per hour

3. Hotel front desk clerks

The NOC Code for this occupation is 64314.

Job Description:

Hotel front desk clerks need to have excellent communication and customer service skills as well as the ability work well under pressure. The situation of dealing with guests who are frustrated or upset is challenging. The duties for this position may managing the reservations, dealing with payments, and keeping the guest records up to date.

Employment Requirements set for Hotel front desk clerks:

  • Secondary school or equivalent education (may be required)
  • Completion of a two-year apprenticeship program, or a college program in front desk operations or hotel management (May be required)
  • Experience (May be Required)

Salary range: CAD14 to CAD24 per hour

4. Mail and parcel sorters and related occupations

The NOC Code for this occupation is 74100.

Job Description:

Mail and parcel sorters and related occupations work in large scale mail processing centers like postal services, courier companies and other package delivery companies. These guys are tough as they need to meet strict deadlines. They also need to have good attention to detail, be able to work in a fast paced environment and have good physical stamina and strength to handle heavy packages usually up to 50 pounds.

Employment Requirements set for Mail and parcel sorters and related occupations:

  • Secondary school education (may be required)
  • On-the-job training is required
  • Physical fitness may be required for some positions in this unit group

Salary range: CAD15 to CAD29 per hour

5. General office support workers

The NOC Code for this occupation is 14100.

Job Description:

General office support workers provide administrative support in a variety of office settings. Their duties may include answering phone calls, greeting visitors, filing and organizing documents, handling incoming and outgoing mail, including emails, faxes, and letters etc. General Office Support Workers must be able to maintain and troubleshoot office equipment such as printers, copiers, and scanners.

Employment Requirements set for General office support workers

  • Secondary school is required
  • Experience (may be required)

Salary range: CAD15 to CAD32 per hour

*The Employment requirements and Salary range are provided by Government of Canada.

Canada offers more than 120 immigration streams for foreigners. Different pathways for different skill sets. Each job occupation is identified by a separate code called “National Occupation Classification” (NOC). NOC Codes are gathered in different “TEER” Groups.

  • TEER 0 Management occupations
  • TEER 1 Occupations that usually require a university degree
  • TEER 2 Occupations that usually require a college diploma apprenticeship training of 2 or more years, or supervisory occupations
  • TEER 3 Occupations that usually require a college diploma apprenticeship training of less than 2 years, or more than 6 months of on-the-job training
  • TEER 4 Occupations that usually require a high school diploma, or several weeks of on-the-job training
  • TEER 5 Occupations that usually need short-term work demonstration and no formal education

How these occupations can help in getting Canadian PR?

As These occupations belong to the group TEER 4. This occupation’s group relate to semi skilled workers and is eligible for Canadian PR via Atlantic Immigration Program of Canadian Immigration.

We have done different surveys, asked questions (online) to more than 1000 of people in last six months who want to immigrate to Canada. The result was amazing. Atlantic Immigration Program is the one and most famous among the potential immigrants.

Atlantic Immigration Program

Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP) is set for four Atlantic provinces of Canada. New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. The designated employers from these four provinces can hire international foreign workers under the AIP very easily.

Who can hire under Atlantic Immigration Program?

The designated employers of these four provinces are allowed to hire foreign workers. You can find the lists of designated employers of all these Atlantic provinces below.

Eligibility Requirements for AIP

To be eligible under AIP, you need to fulfil certain requirements.

  • Language requirements are set to minimum – CLB 4
  • Work Experience – Minimum 1 year
  • Education – Minimum High School
  • Valid Job Offer:
    • If the your job position falls under TEER 0,1,2 or 3, the duration of the job offered to you must be at least a year or more.
    • If the job position falls under TEER 4, then the job offered must be a Permanent Job.
  • Prove you have enough money to settle in Canada

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