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Welders, Electricians, Millwrights among the Most In-Demand Trades in Canada

African American worker driving forkliftWhile the proliferation of technology has created, redefined, or unfortunately eliminated specific types of jobs or job responsibilities, one facet of the Canadian workforce that has remained relatively constant over time is the need for skilled tradespeople.  Although the materials, tools, and equipment might have changed/been refined throughout the years, the fundamental roles and contributions of trades workers remain essential to both their employers and their industries.

Furthermore, there has been a steady increase in demand for skilled tradespeople across Canada over the last several years, with predictions that this trend/need will continue to grow for the next one to two decades.  Yet, despite such a wealth of current and future opportunities, there is a corresponding dearth or shortage of individuals pursuing these job prospects, to the point where it has become very challenging for many employers to find enough skilled workers to meet their everyday needs.  And that gap will become even greater with the expected/anticipated retirements of thousands of journeypersons during the next ten years.

At present, there are several trades jobs that are considered to be in short supply across Canada.  Some of the trades jobs most commonly posted, or in-demand, by employers throughout the country include but are not limited to:

  • Welders
  • Millwrights
  • Mechanics
  • Pipe Fitters
  • Electricians
  • Crane Operators
  • Tool and Die Makers

There are indeed some positive indicators to support the viability of a long and satisfying career in the trades sector.  And to make that pathway perhaps even more enticing, the average salary for a certified and skilled tradesperson in Canada is in the range of $50K to $60K annually.  Additionally, annual salaries for entry-level positions in major centres can approach a similar level for some trades, and individuals willing and able to work in more remote locations of the country could receive even higher levels of compensation.

Those interested in learning more about job opportunities in the trades sector or that are intent on starting a career as a welder, electrician, millwright, or other tradesperson, will find benefit in consulting with a placement specialist from Winters Technical Staffing in Toronto.  Winters Technical Staffing has been a leader in the recruitment and placement of entry-level and skilled tradespeople for local and non-local employers for more than 40 years, providing the levels of guidance and support that job seekers need to begin or revitalize their career in a specific trade.

Consult an Industry Recruiter on the Trade that Suits Your Needs and Interests

African American worker driving forkliftAs a result of successfully finding and placing tradespeople for more than four decades,Winters Technical Staffing has developed a robust network of contacts in several major industries, within and outside of Toronto and its surrounding area.  These strong working relationships can be an asset to aspiring or experienced tradespeople looking to establish or revive their careers respectively.

Some of the industries supported by the staffing specialists at Winters Technical Staffing include:

  • Aerospace
  • Electronics
  • Automotive
  • Transportation/Mass Transit
  • Engineering and Construction
  • Manufacturing and Production

Through their industry experience, knowledge, and contacts, the staffing specialists from Winters Technical Staffing will have insight on/access to employment opportunities for tradespeople, including jobs that may not be otherwise advertised to the public.  Such prospects would include:

  • Apprenticeships or on-the-job training
  • Entry-level roles, within and outside the GTA
  • Jobs requiring previous/specific work experience

Working in partnership with Winters Technical Staffing, a most respected and recognized staffing service in Toronto and throughout the country can indeed open the doors to a world of possibilities for those looking to begin or advance a career in the trades sector.

Contact Winters Today

With many trades roles in high demand, including welders, electricians, and millwrights, the opportunity to launch or revitalize your career as a tradesperson may be waiting for you.  Call the professional recruiters and placement specialists from Winters Technical Staffing today at 1-877-495-7422 for additional information or contact us to book a complimentary career dialogue with one of our knowledgeable industry consultants.

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While the proliferation of technology has created, redefined, or unfortunately eliminated specific types of jobs or job responsibilities, one facet of the Canadian workforce that has remained relatively constant over time is the need for skilled tradespeople.
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