Across Canada, tech job growth is high, putting pressure on talent pipelines everywhere.
Overall, the North American tech market has created nearly two million jobs in the past decade, with roughly a quarter of those roles being created just within the last two years.
But that’s not nearly enough to meet demand. In the field of cyber security alone, for example, Canada is short at least 25,000 skilled workers, according to data from the Information and Communications Technology Council.
“Tech industry job growth remains well above the national average,” CBRE stated through its Tech-30 report. “Economic headwinds in the year ahead likely will slow but not end high-tech job growth.”
Major recent changes to workplace environments through the hybrid-work explosion has put tech into a state of flux, which included returning power to employees.
There is across tech a marked increase in flexibility for workers, a renewed focus on employee wellbeing, and a competitive market driving higher salaries.
For talent seeking an upgrade, side-grade—or to forge new path entirely—check out the TechTalent.ca Job Board—it’s always on and always free.
Below, a small sampling of recent opportunities.
- Best Buy Canada is hiring software developers, data engineers, data modellers, and more.
- PwC Canada is hiring developers, designers, and engineers.
- Victoria’s MarineLabs is hiring engineers, developers, and more.
- CBC/Radio-Canada is hiring engineers, project leads, and business managers.
- Toronto’s Personify is hiring developers, engineers, and more.
And if the timing is right, attending a free Tech Talent Canada Job Fair could alter your career forever.