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In-demand Jobs in New Brunswick in 2022

Updated: October 3rd, 2022

Forests and farmland are aplenty in the picturesque Atlantic province of New Brunswick. If you want to find a job in Canada that could lead to permanent residency, you cannot go wrong with the least densely populated maritime province. There are an estimated 794,300 people living in New Brunswick. About half the population lives in rural areas and the other half in one of the provinces cities Greater Moncton, Greater Saint John, or Fredericton. The city of Saint John also happens to be the first incorporated city (1785) in what is now Canada.  

The beautiful New Brunswick province has the warmest ocean water north of Virginia, USA, so summertime trips to the beach could be a regular activity. The province also boasts interesting attractions such as the world's longest covered bridge, the world's largest whirlpool, and magnetic hill, where if you stop your car in neutral, it will begin climbing the hill all by itself! You can even pop across the border and visit the popular US states of Maine, Vermont, and New York during your off time.  

Let's take a closer look at how you can immigrate to the province and which are the top in-demand jobs in New Brunswick in 2022.    

How Does the New Brunswick PNP Work?

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You will be required to submit your application to the New Brunswick office of immigration. Start by creating a profile on the New Brunswick Expression of Interest system. There are a number of streams you can apply through: Canada's Express Entry Program, Atlantic Immigration Pilot, Entrepreneur Stream, and the Skilled Worker Stream. The main goal of these programs is to facilitate skilled immigrants in the transition to the Atlantic communities. From food and beverage servers to carpenters to engineers, there are numerous opportunities for aspiring people with an appetite for adventure.


Atlantic Immigration Pilot

To be eligible for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP)you must have a valid job offer from a New Brunswick employer who has made you the full-time offer. There are many professions that will overlap between the AIP, the Skilled Workers Stream, and the Express Entry Program. The main advantage of the AIP is that it is inclusive of semi-skilled positions, so immigrants with jobs in NOC C and categories can also be eligible for permanent residency. The following occupations have been listed as in-demand and foreign workers with full time job offers in can apply for permanent residency through the AIP.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot
Examples of Skill level C Occupations
NOC Code Job/Occupation
3413 Licensed Nursing Assistants
4412 Home Support Workers
6411 Sales Executives
6513 Food & Beverage Servers
6541 Security Guards
6552 Contact Center Agent
7154 Delivery Workers
7452 Material Handlers
7511 Long Haul Truck Drivers
8431 General Farm Workers
9462 Industrial Butchers
9463 Fish and Seafood Plant Workers

Express Entry Program and Skilled Worker Stream

Express Entry is for skilled and professional applicants. You can apply for permanent residency via the Express Entry System from outside of Canada without Canadian work experience. The skilled worker streamrequires you to register and create a profile via the Immigrate to New Brunswick portal. It is very similar to the Express Entry system in that you will also receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) if your skills and qualifications are in demand.    

The following skilled occupations have been listed as in-demand for New Brunswick: 

Express Entry Program and Skilled Worker Stream
NOC Code Job/Occupation
0013 Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services
0311 Managers in health care
0631 Restaurant and food service managers
1112 Financial and investment analysts
1121 Human resources professionals
1222 Executive assistants
1225 Purchasing agents and officers
1241 Administrative assistants
1311 Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
2171 Information systems analysts and consultants
2172 Database analysts and data administrators
2173 Software engineers and designers
2174 Computer programmers and interactive media developers
2281 Computer network technician
4214 Early childhood educators and assistants
5125 Translators, terminologists and interpreters
6211 Retail sales supervisors
6222 Retail and wholesale buyers
6322 Cooks
7511 Transport Truck Drivers


Are You Ready to Move to New Brunswick, Canada?

If your occupation is in-demand (eligible) in New Brunswick and you’d love to live and work in Canada through the NBPNP, you’re on the right track. Getting a job in New Brunswick and starting a new life there can be a dream come true. All you have to do is take the first step.  

FAQ: In-Demand Jobs in New Brunswick

FAQ 1: What jobs are in demand in New Brunswick?

As New Brunswick rebuilds its economy, after the COVID-19 knock, there are several foreign skilled workers that are in demand in various occupations. Here are just a few of the jobs that are needed, with nurses and physicians being at the forefront.

  • Nurses (NOC 3012)
  • Physicians – Family (NOC 3112)
  • Delivery and Courier Service Drivers (NOC 7514)
  • Financial and Investment Analysts (NOC 1112)
  • Administrative Assistants (NOC 1241)

FAQ 2: What is a good salary to earn in New Brunswick?

A good salary to earn would be around the average of $31,688 per year. As an entry-level employee, you could earn around $28,275 and $43,485 in a more experienced position.

FAQ 3: Is New Brunswick a good place to live as a foreign national?

New Brunswick is full of the beautiful scenery of forests, mountains and rivers. The cities of New Brunswick are also filled with plenty of work opportunities as the Maritime provinces' economy continues to grow.

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