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Saskatchewan Immigration Occupation List

Saskatchewan Province has a good quality of life, high education standards, and low-cost housing, which makes the province one of the best places to live in Canada. Further, the medical facilities are well known for the provider and are a cultural hub as well. There is no denying that Saskatchewan is gaining popularity among immigrants slowly and is becoming the choice to settle for thousands.

To live in Saskatchewan, the applicant can apply through the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP). For this, the applicant needs to register under the Expression of Interest (EOI) system and gain 60 points out of Saskatchewan's 100-point grid to secure the nomination. The point calculation is based on age, language, and work experience abilities, among other things. Apart from this, the candidate should also intend to stay in Saskatchewan for at least two years.

The best part of applying for SINP is that although it is good to have a job offer of the province in hand, the candidates can even immigrate to Saskatchewan without a job offer as well. But, for eligibility for the employment criteria, it is good if the candidate has a minimum of one-year experience in a full-time, permanent and continuous job profile which is listed as one of the NOC (National Occupation Category) Skill type O, A, or B in Saskatchewan.

What are the ways to immigrate to Saskatchewan?

The region of Saskatchewan accepts the application of the candidates under three primary subcategories, and selection under one of these categories is very important for qualification in the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP). The subcategories are -

  • International Skilled Workers Category
  • Saskatchewan Experience Category
  • Entrepreneur and farm category

Saskatchewan -Occupations In-Demand subcategory

The Occupations In-Demand subcategory is for those candidates who don't have a federal Express Entry profile. Through this subcategory, the labor shortages in Saskatchewan are adequately met.

The List of professions that are in demand in Saskatchewan province in 2021

  • Human resource professionals (NOC 0112)
  • Information system analyst and consultants (NOC 2171)
  • Database analyst and data administrators (NOC 2172)
  • Drafting technologists and technicians (NOC 2253)
  • Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft inspectors (NOC 7315)
  • Financial managers (NOC 0111)
  • Other administrative service managers (NOC 0114)
  • Banking credit and other investment managers (NOC 0122)
  • Agriculture managers (NOC 0821)
  • Other Financial Officers (NOC 1114)
  • Administrative Officers (NOC 1221)
  • Administrative Assistants (NOC 1221)
  • Accounting Technicians and bookkeepers (NOC 1311)
  • Computer programmers and interactive media developers (NOC 2174)
  • Architecture Technologists and technicians (NOC 2251)
  • Financial Sales representatives (NOC 6235)
  • Bakers (NOC 6332)
  • Automotive service technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics, and Mechanical repairs (NOC 7321)
  • Senior managers- financial Communicators and other business services (NOC 0013)
  • Senior managers – healthcare, education and social community (NOC 0014)
  • Senior managers – Construction, Transportation and production utilities (NOC 0016)
  • Purchasing Managers (NOC 0113)
  • Other administrative service managers (NOC 0114)
  • Insurance, real estate, and financial brokerage managers (NOC 0121)
  • Advertising marketing and Public relations managers (0124)
  • Web Designers and Developers (NOC 2174)
  • Nurse Aides, orderlies, and patient service associates (NOC 3413)
  • Home Support workers and related occupations (NOC 4412)


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