Nova Scotia Occupation in-Demand List 2021
Well, the province of Nova Scotia has ample work opportunities in the service sector specifically in the health and education industries. However, there are quite a few occupations that have an urgent need for skilled workers who can meet the required labor requirements and also contribute towards the growing economy of the budding Nova Scotia Province.
The occupations listed below are classified with the National Occupations Classification (NOC). These occupations are most-in demand in Nova Scotia nowadays. So, if your job falls under any of these occupations with relevant work experience, there are good chances of applying for Nova Scotia PNP. The NOC is a code that helps to determine a candidate’s skill level created for skilled, semi-skilled occupations. For applying for a demanding occupation a candidate must have one year of work experience with the required educational qualification.
Who Can Apply in Nova Scotia PNP in Demand Occupation List 2021?
Any candidate who meets the eligibility criteria and its job are mentioned in the below demand list is eligible for applying to the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program. Nova Scotia PNP is also aligned with the federal government’s Express Entry program. You avail of 600 points in your Express Entry application once you received a Nomination Certificate from the Nova Scotia government.
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Eligibility/Requirements for applying in Nova Scotia demand occupations list 2021
To apply for Nova Scotia, an applicant is required to meet the minimum eligibility criteria for the process. Check first the in-demand list along with the relevant NOC code. After that, you are required to:
- A job offer letter from Nova Scotia employer on the full-time base
- Must be 18-49 years of age.
- Should attain language ability (IELTS or CLB) minimum score.
- Possessed 1 year of job experience in the desired occupational field.
- An equivalent qualification diploma/certificate to the Canadian education system.
- You must have a positive intention to live in the province.
Check your occupation from the following Nova Scotia Occupation Demand List and have it verified by one of our immigration experts before applying for your Nova Scotia immigration:
|Sr. No.||Occupation List||NOC||Skills|
|1||Financial auditors and accountants||1111||A|
|2||Other financial officers||1114||A|
|3||Professional occupations in advertising, marketing, and public relations||1123||A|
|5||Accounting and related clerks||1311||B|
|7||Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses||3012||A|
|8||Licensed practical nurses||3233||B|
|9||College and other vocational instructors||4021||A|
|10||Paralegal and related occupations||4211||B|
|11||Social and community service workers||4212||B|
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