Which course is better for BE graduate in abroad?

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MentR-Me Team

Study abroad expert

Canada undoubtedly rose to the top of the list of preferred immigration destinations in recent years. In addition to its high standard of living, Canada also draws immigrants with its wealth of work opportunities, medical benefits, safety, and security. 

Utility managers are in charge of water, gas, electricity, etc. They plan, coordinate, manage, oversee, and evaluate the facilities that provide these utilities to people via distribution networks. Utility Managers are on the list of high-paying careers in Canada because, unlike the other professions mentioned, there is a greater demand than supply in this field. Thirty-five thousand new job searchers are expected to be available to fill the 31,700 new employment that will likely be generated by 2030.

Average Annual Salary: 233,000 CAD [INR 1.3 Cr]
Job Profiles: Dental Hygienist, Dental Assistant, Office Administrator

Top Colleges: 

  1. University of Alberta
  2. University of Dalhousie
  3. University of Calgary
  4. Memorial University of Newfoundland

As the term suggests, an engineering manager oversees engineering teams and directs them toward project completion. Although they are paid well in Canada, they have little need. By 2028, 17,900 recent graduates are anticipated to enter the labour force, and an estimated 15,200 new jobs are expected to be produced in the sector, according to Labor Banks Canada. As a result, there is intense competition for jobs. Despite this, graduates are lured to this industry since it offers some of Canada's highest-paying positions.

Average Annual Salary: 203,000 CAD [INR 1.2 Cr]
Job Profiles: Quality Control Manager, Design Manager, Product Engineer
Eligibility Criteria: Masters in Engineering Management

Top Colleges:

  1. University of Alberta
  2. University of Dalhousie
  3. University of Calgary
  4. Memorial University of Newfoundland

All IT managers' duties are creating an information technology strategy, looking for solutions, and overseeing staff. Although the pay is less than that of physicians and dentists, becoming an IT manager in Canada is also simpler. A bachelor's or master's degree in , information technology, or a closely related field is all required. For example, a computer science master's degree holder in Canada makes 29% more money than a bachelor's degree holder.

Average Annual Salary: 90,000 CAD [INR 53 lakhs]
Job Profiles: IT Director, IT Operations Manager
Eligibility Criteria: Masters in Computer Science or equivalent 

Top Colleges: 

  1. Simon Fraser University
  2. McMaster University
  3. Queen's University
  4. University of Windsor

Other top 10 in-demand jobs in Canada in 2022

  • Key Account Manager
  • Developers
  • Marketing Manager
  • Registered Nurse
  • Driver
  • Customer Service Rep
  • Welder
  • Engineer
  • Accountant
  • Cloud Architect

Canada is undoubtedly the most popular study abroad option for many students worldwide because it is a friendly and affordable destination for international students.


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