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    Candidates who have experience in any of Canada’s skilled occupation lists may be invited to apply for permanent residence in Canada through Canada’s Express Entry system, but experience in a Canada Skilled occupation list in demand may be an advantage at the provincial level.

    Canada has federal and provincial economic immigration pathways, each with its specific work experience criteria.

    The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is the main source of skilled immigrants to apply for a Canada PR Visa. To be eligible for this program, one of the major requirements is to have work experience in any one of the 370 eligible occupations which is in Canada’s Skilled Occupation List. Any skilled immigrant who has the required work experience in in-demand occupations mentioned in the Canada Skilled occupation list is selected for the PR visa process.

    What is the minimum requirement for a Canada PR Visa?

    To apply for a Canada PR visa, the candidate needs to meet the following minimum requirements:

    • Have a minimum of one year of continuous work experience or equivalent part-time work experience within the last ten years in any one of the 370 eligible occupations listed in the Canada Skilled Occupation List;
    • Must be over 18 years of age;
    • Get at least 67 points out of 100 in FSWP points assessment grid;
    • Score at least 6 per band in IELTS;
    • Must have sufficient settlement funds;
    • Submit a PCC (Police Clearance Certificate) and undergo a medical examination;

    NOC - National Occupation Classification

    NOC – National Occupation Classification is a code system used by the federal government of Canada to give a structure for assessment and analysis of professions in the country. NOC code is a combination of four digits.

    Importance of Canada’s NOC

    The National Occupational Classification holds great significance for office administrators in Canada. The NOC method is used by the IRCC to assess Canada’s talent gap. The following enumerates the significance of Canada’s NOC system.

    1. The NOC assists employers and the Canadian government in selecting the best applicant. Based on the job duties, the NOC system determines which candidate is the best fit.
    2. The NOC system offers details on every occupation. The job title, description, and duties associated with the occupation are all included in this material.
    3. The Canadian Immigration Process greatly depends on the NOC system. A NOC code is required to apply for other programs.
    4. The NOC skill level categorizes occupations according to the kind and level of training they have received.

    The first digit in a NOC shows the industry of the profession:

     

    0 – Legislative and senior management occupations
    1 – Business, finance and administration occupations
    2 – Natural and applied sciences and related occupations
    3 – Health occupations
    4 – Occupations in education, law and social, community a nd government services
    5 – Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport
    6 – Sales and service occupations
    7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations
    8 – Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations
    9 – Occupations in manufacturing and utilities

    NOC has different skill levels that are based on the type of occupation. These skill levels are:

    TEER 0- Management and legislative occupations

    TEER 1- Compulsory university degree

    TEER 2- college education or 2 years’ training

    TEER 3- College diploma, or less than 2 years’ training, or more than 6 months’ on-the-job training

    TEER 4- high school education and on-the-job training

    TEER 5- No formal education required. Substantial amount of practical, job specific training.

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      Canada Skilled Occupation List 2024 | Latest Canada NOC List

      Canada Skilled Occupation In-Demand (NOC) List 2024 Latest Canada NOC List

      Here is the List of 370 Eligible Occupations that are in Canada’s Skilled Occupation List. According to NOC 2021 Version 1.0, job codes have changed to 5-digit unique codes as of November 16, 2022.

       

      TEER Category

      NOC Code

      Class title

      1

      0

      10010

      Financial managers

      2

      0

      10011

      Human resources managers

      3

      0

      10012

      Purchasing managers

      4

      0

      10019

      Other administrative services managers

      5

      0

      10020

      Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers

      6

      0

      10021

      Banking, credit and other investment managers

      7

      0

      10022

      Advertising, marketing and public relations managers

      8

      0

      10029

      Other business services managers

      9

      0

      10030

      Telecommunication carriers managers

      10

      0

      20010

      Engineering managers

      11

      0

      20011

      Architecture and science managers

      12

      0

      20012

      Computer and information systems managers

      13

      0

      30010

      Managers in healthcare

      14

      0

      40010

      Government managers – health and social policy development and program administration

      15

      0

      40011

      Government managers – economic analysis, policy development and program administration

      16

      0

      40012

      Government managers – education policy development and program administration

      17

      0

      40019

      Other managers in public administration

      18

      0

      40020

      Administrators – post-secondary education and vocational training

      19

      0

      40021

      School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education

      20

      0

      40030

      Managers in social, community and correctional services

      21

      0

      40040

      Commissioned police officers and related occupations in public protection services

      22

      0

      40041

      Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers

      23

      0

      40042

      Commissioned officers of the Canadian Armed Forces

      24

      0

      50010

      Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers

      25

      0

      50011

      Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts

      26

      0

      50012

      Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors

      27

      0

      60010

      Corporate sales managers

      28

      0

      60020

      Retail and wholesale trade managers

      29

      0

      60030

      Restaurant and food service managers

      30

      0

      60031

      Accommodation service managers

      31

      0

      60040

      Managers in customer and personal services

      32

      0

      70010

      Construction managers

      33

      0

      70011

      Home building and renovation managers

      34

      0

      70012

      Facility operation and maintenance managers

      35

      0

      70020

      Managers in transportation

      36

      0

      70021

      Postal and courier services managers

      37

      0

      80010

      Managers in natural resources production and fishing

      38

      0

      80020

      Managers in agriculture

      39

      0

      80021

      Managers in horticulture

      40

      0

      80022

      Managers in aquaculture

      41

      0

      90010

      Manufacturing managers

      42

      0

      90011

      Utilities managers

      43

      1

      11100

      Financial auditors and accountants

      44

      1

      11101

      Financial and investment analysts

      45

      1

      11102

      Financial advisors

      46

      1

      11103

      Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers

      47

      1

      11109

      Other financial officers

      48

      1

      11200

      Human resources professionals

      49

      1

      11201

      Professional occupations in business management consulting

      50

      1

      11202

      Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations

      51

      1

      21100

      Physicists and astronomers

      52

      1

      21101

      Chemists

      53

      1

      21102

      Geoscientists and oceanographers

      54

      1

      21103

      Meteorologists and climatologists

      55

      1

      21109

      Other professional occupations in physical sciences

      56

      1

      21110

      Biologists and related scientists

      57

      1

      21111

      Forestry professionals

      58

      1

      21112

      Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists

      59

      1

      21120

      Public and environmental health and safety professionals

      60

      1

      21200

      Architects

      61

      1

      21201

      Landscape architects

      62

      1

      21202

      Urban and land use planners

      63

      1

      21203

      Land surveyors

      64

      1

      21210

      Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries

      65

      1

      21211

      Data scientists

      66

      1

      21220

      Cybersecurity specialists

      67

      1

      21221

      Business systems specialists

      68

      1

      21222

      Information systems specialists

      69

      1

      21223

      Database analysts and data administrators

      70

      1

      21230

      Computer systems developers and programmers

      71

      1

      21231

      Software engineers and designers

      72

      1

      21232

      Software developers and programmers

      73

      1

      21233

      Web designers

      74

      1

      21234

      Web developers and programmers

      75

      1

      21300

      Civil engineers

      76

      1

      21301

      Mechanical engineers

      77

      1

      21310

      Electrical and electronics engineers

      78

      1

      21311

      Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)

      79

      1

      21320

      Chemical engineers

      80

      1

      21321

      Industrial and manufacturing engineers

      81

      1

      21322

      Metallurgical and materials engineers

      82

      1

      21330

      Mining engineers

      83

      1

      21331

      Geological engineers

      84

      1

      21332

      Petroleum engineers

      85

      1

      21390

      Aerospace engineers

      86

      1

      21399

      Other professional engineers

      87

      1

      31100

      Specialists in clinical and laboratory medicine

      88

      1

      31101

      Specialists in surgery

      89

      1

      31102

      General practitioners and family physicians

      90

      1

      31103

      Veterinarians

      91

      1

      31110

      Dentists

      92

      1

      31111

      Optometrists

      93

      1

      31112

      Audiologists and speech-language pathologists

      94

      1

      31120

      Pharmacists

      95

      1

      31121

      Dietitians and nutritionists

      96

      1

      31200

      Psychologists

      97

      1

      31201

      Chiropractors

      98

      1

      31202

      Physiotherapists

      99

      1

      31203

      Occupational therapists

      100

      1

      31204

      Kinesiologists and other professional occupations in therapy and assessment

      101

      1

      31209

      Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating

      102

      1

      31300

      Nursing coordinators and supervisors

      103

      1

      31301

      Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses

      104

      1

      31302

      Nurse practitioners

      105

      1

      31303

      Physician assistants, midwives and allied health professionals

      106

      1

      41100

      Judges

      107

      1

      41101

      Lawyers and Quebec notaries

      108

      1

      41200

      University professors and lecturers

      109

      1

      41201

      Post-secondary teaching and research assistants

      110

      1

      41210

      College and other vocational instructors

      111

      1

      41220

      Secondary school teachers

      112

      1

      41221

      Elementary school and kindergarten teachers

      113

      1

      41300

      Social workers

      114

      1

      41301

      Therapists in counselling and related specialized therapies

      115

      1

      41302

      Religious leaders

      116

      1

      41310

      Police investigators and other investigative occupations

      117

      1

      41311

      Probation and parole officers

      118

      1

      41320

      Educational counsellors

      119

      1

      41321

      Career development practitioners and career counsellors (except education)

      120

      1

      41400

      Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers

      121

      1

      41401

      Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts

      122

      1

      41402

      Business development officers and market researchers and analysts

      123

      1

      41403

      Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers

      124

      1

      41404

      Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers

      125

      1

      41405

      Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers

      126

      1

      41406

      Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers

      127

      1

      41407

      Program officers unique to government

      128

      1

      41409

      Other professional occupations in social science

      129

      1

      51100

      Librarians

      130

      1

      51101

      Conservators and curators

      131

      1

      51102

      Archivists

      132

      1

      51110

      Editors

      133

      1

      51111

      Authors and writers (except technical)

      134

      1

      51112

      Technical writers

      135

      1

      51113

      Journalists

      136

      1

      51114

      Translators, terminologists and interpreters

      137

      1

      51120

      Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations

      138

      1

      51121

      Conductors, composers and arrangers

      139

      1

      51122

      Musicians and singers

      140

      2

      12010

      Supervisors, general office and administrative support workers

      141

      2

      12011

      Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers

      142

      2

      12012

      Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workers

      143

      2

      12013

      Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations

      144

      2

      12100

      Executive assistants

      145

      2

      12101

      Human resources and recruitment officers

      146

      2

      12102

      Procurement and purchasing agents and officers

      147

      2

      12103

      Conference and event planners

      148

      2

      12104

      Employment insurance and revenue officers

      149

      2

      12110

      Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations

      150

      2

      12111

      Health information management occupations

      151

      2

      12112

      Records management technicians

      152

      2

      12113

      Statistical officers and related research support occupations

      153

      2

      12200

      Accounting technicians and bookkeepers

      154

      2

      12201

      Insurance adjusters and claims examiners

      155

      2

      12202

      Insurance underwriters

      156

      2

      12203

      Assessors, business valuators and appraisers

      157

      2

      22100

      Chemical technologists and technicians

      158

      2

      22101

      Geological and mineral technologists and technicians

      159

      2

      22110

      Biological technologists and technicians

      160

      2

      22111

      Agricultural and fish products inspectors

      161

      2

      22112

      Forestry technologists and technicians

      162

      2

      22113

      Conservation and fishery officers

      163

      2

      22114

      Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists

      164

      2

      22210

      Architectural technologists and technicians

      165

      2

      22211

      Industrial designers

      166

      2

      22212

      Drafting technologists and technicians

      167

      2

      22213

      Land survey technologists and technicians

      168

      2

      22214

      Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology

      169

      2

      22220

      Computer network and web technicians

      170

      2

      22221

      User support technicians

      171

      2

      22222

      Information systems testing technicians

      172

      2

      22230

      Non-destructive testers and inspectors

      173

      2

      22231

      Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers

      174

      2

      22232

      Occupational health and safety specialists

      175

      2

      22233

      Construction inspectors

      176

      2

      22300

      Civil engineering technologists and technicians

      177

      2

      22301

      Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians

      178

      2

      22302

      Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians

      179

      2

      22303

      Construction estimators

      180

      2

      22310

      Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians

      181

      2

      22311

      Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)

      182

      2

      22312

      Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics

      183

      2

      22313

      Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors

      184

      2

      32100

      Opticians

      185

      2

      32101

      Licensed practical nurses

      186

      2

      32102

      Paramedical occupations

      187

      2

      32103

      Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists

      188

      2

      32104

      Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians

      189

      2

      32109

      Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment

      190

      2

      32110

      Denturists

      191

      2

      32111

      Dental hygienists and dental therapists

      192

      2

      32112

      Dental technologists and technicians

      193

      2

      32120

      Medical laboratory technologists

      194

      2

      32121

      Medical radiation technologists

      195

      2

      32122

      Medical sonographers

      196

      2

      32123

      Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists

      197

      2

      32124

      Pharmacy technicians

      198

      2

      32129

      Other medical technologists and technicians

      199

      2

      32200

      Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturists

      200

      2

      32201

      Massage therapists

      201

      2

      32209

      Other practitioners of natural healing

      202

      2

      42100

      Police officers (except commissioned)

      203

      2

      42101

      Firefighters

      204

      2

      42102

      Specialized members of the Canadian Armed Forces

      205

      2

      42200

      Paralegals and related occupations

      206

      2

      42201

      Social and community service workers

      207

      2

      42202

      Early childhood educators and assistants

      208

      2

      42203

      Instructors of persons with disabilities

      209

      2

      42204

      Religion workers

      210

      2

      52100

      Library and public archive technicians

      211

      2

      52110

      Film and video camera operators

      212

      2

      52111

      Graphic arts technicians

      213

      2

      52112

      Broadcast technicians

      214

      2

      52113

      Audio and video recording technicians

      215

      2

      52114

      Announcers and other broadcasters

      216

      2

      52119

      Other technical and coordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts

      217

      2

      52120

      Graphic designers and illustrators

      218

      2

      52121

      Interior designers and interior decorators

      219

      2

      62010

      Retail sales supervisors

      220

      2

      62020

      Food service supervisors

      221

      2

      62021

      Executive housekeepers

      222

      2

      62022

      Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors

      223

      2

      62023

      Customer and information services supervisors

      224

      2

      62024

      Cleaning supervisors

      225

      2

      62029

      Other services supervisors

      226

      2

      62100

      Technical sales specialists – wholesale trade

      227

      2

      62101

      Retail and wholesale buyers

      228

      2

      62200

      Chefs

      229

      2

      62201

      Funeral directors and embalmers

      230

      2

      62202

      Jewellers, jewellery and watch repairers and related occupations

      231

      2

      72010

      Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations

      232

      2

      72011

      Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations

      233

      2

      72012

      Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades

      234

      2

      72013

      Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades

      235

      2

      72014

      Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers

      236

      2

      72020

      Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades

      237

      2

      72021

      Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews

      238

      2

      72022

      Supervisors, printing and related occupations

      239

      2

      72023

      Supervisors, railway transport operations

      240

      2

      72024

      Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators

      241

      2

      72025

      Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations

      242

      2

      72100

      Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors

      243

      2

      72101

      Tool and die makers

      244

      2

      72102

      Sheet metal workers

      245

      2

      72103

      Boilermakers

      246

      2

      72104

      Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters

      247

      2

      72105

      Ironworkers

      248

      2

      72106

      Welders and related machine operators

      249

      2

      72200

      Electricians (except industrial and power system)

      250

      2

      72201

      Industrial electricians

      251

      2

      72202

      Power system electricians

      252

      2

      72203

      Electrical power line and cable workers

      253

      2

      72204

      Telecommunications line and cable installers and repairers

      254

      2

      72205

      Telecommunications equipment installation and cable television service technicians

      255

      2

      72300

      Plumbers

      256

      2

      72301

      Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers

      257

      2

      72302

      Gas fitters

      258

      2

      72310

      Carpenters

      259

      2

      72311

      Cabinetmakers

      260

      2

      72320

      Bricklayers

      261

      2

      72321

      Insulators

      262

      2

      72400

      Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics

      263

      2

      72401

      Heavy-duty equipment mechanics

      264

      2

      72402

      Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics

      265

      2

      72403

      Railway carmen/women

      266

      2

      72404

      Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors

      267

      2

      72405

      Machine fitters

      268

      2

      72406

      Elevator constructors and mechanics

      269

      2

      72410

      Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers

      270

      2

      72411

      Auto body collision, refinishing and glass technicians and damage repair estimators

      271

      2

      72420

      Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics

      272

      2

      72421

      Appliance servicers and repairers

      273

      2

      72422

      Electrical mechanics

      274

      2

      72423

      Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics

      275

      2

      72429

      Other small engine and small equipment repairers

      276

      2

      72500

      Crane operators

      277

      2

      72501

      Water well drillers

      278

      2

      72600

      Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors

      279

      2

      72601

      Air traffic controllers and related occupations

      280

      2

      72602

      Deck officers, water transport

      281

      2

      72603

      Engineer officers, water transport

      282

      2

      72604

      Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators

      283

      2

      72999

      Other technical trades and related occupations

      284

      2

      82010

      Supervisors, logging and forestry

      285

      2

      82020

      Supervisors, mining and quarrying

      286

      2

      82021

      Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services

      287

      2

      82030

      Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors

      288

      2

      82031

      Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services

      289

      2

      92010

      Supervisors, mineral and metal processing

      290

      2

      92011

      Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities

      291

      2

      92012

      Supervisors, food and beverage processing

      292

      2

      92013

      Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing

      293

      2

      92014

      Supervisors, forest products processing

      294

      2

      92015

      Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing

      295

      2

      92020

      Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling

      296

      2

      92021

      Supervisors, electronics and electrical products manufacturing

      297

      2

      92022

      Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing

      298

      2

      92023

      Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing

      299

      2

      92024

      Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly

      300

      2

      92100

      Power engineers and power systems operators

      301

      2

      92101

      Water and waste treatment plant operators

      302

      3

      13100

      Administrative officers

      303

      3

      13101

      Property administrators

      304

      3

      13102

      Payroll administrators

      305

      3

      13110

      Administrative assistants

      306

      3

      13111

      Legal administrative assistants

      307

      3

      13112

      Medical administrative assistants

      308

      3

      13200

      Customs, ship and other brokers

      309

      3

      13201

      Production and transportation logistics coordinators

      310

      3

      33100

      Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants

      311

      3

      33101

      Medical laboratory assistants and related technical occupations

      312

      3

      33102

      Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates

      313

      3

      33103

      Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants

      314

      3

      33109

      Other assisting occupations in support of health services

      315

      3

      43100

      Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants

      316

      3

      43109

      Other instructors

      317

      3

      43200

      Sheriffs and bailiffs

      318

      3

      43201

      Correctional service officers

      319

      3

      43202

      By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers

      320

      3

      43203

      Border services, customs, and immigration officers

      321

      3

      43204

      Operations members of the Canadian Armed Forces

      322

      3

      53100

      Registrars, restorers, interpreters and other occupations related to museum and art galleries

      323

      3

      53110

      Photographers

      324

      3

      53111

      Motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and performing arts assistants and operators

      325

      3

      53120

      Dancers

      326

      3

      53121

      Actors, comedians and circus performers

      327

      3

      53122

      Painters, sculptors and other visual artists

      328

      3

      53123

      Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers

      329

      3

      53124

      Artisans and craftspersons

      330

      3

      53125

      Patternmakers – textile, leather and fur products

      331

      3

      53200

      Athletes

      332

      3

      53201

      Coaches

      333

      3

      53202

      Sports officials and referees

      334

      3

      63100

      Insurance agents and brokers

      335

      3

      63101

      Real estate agents and salespersons

      336

      3

      63102

      Financial sales representatives

      337

      3

      63200

      Cooks

      338

      3

      63201

      Butchers – retail and wholesale

      339

      3

      63202

      Bakers

      340

      3

      63210

      Hairstylists and barbers

      341

      3

      63211

      Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations

      342

      3

      63220

      Shoe repairers and shoemakers

      343

      3

      63221

      Upholsterers

      344

      3

      73100

      Concrete finishers

      345

      3

      73101

      Tilesetters

      346

      3

      73102

      Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers

      347

      3

      73110

      Roofers and shinglers

      348

      3

      73111

      Glaziers

      349

      3

      73112

      Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)

      350

      3

      73113

      Floor covering installers

      351

      3

      73200

      Residential and commercial installers and servicers

      352

      3

      73201

      General building maintenance workers and building superintendents

      353

      3

      73202

      Pest controllers and fumigators

      354

      3

      73209

      Other repairers and servicers

      355

      3

      73300

      Transport truck drivers

      356

      3

      73301

      Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators

      357

      3

      73310

      Railway and yard locomotive engineers

      358

      3

      73311

      Railway conductors and brakemen/women

      359

      3

      73400

      Heavy equipment operators

      360

      3

      73401

      Printing press operators

      361

      3

      73402

      Drillers and blasters – surface mining, quarrying and construction

      362

      3

      83100

      Underground production and development miners

      363

      3

      83101

      Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers

      364

      3

      83110

      Logging machinery operators

      365

      3

      83120

      Fishing masters and officers

      366

      3

      83121

      Fishermen/women

      367

      3

      93100

      Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing

      368

      3

      93101

      Central control and process operators, petroleum, gas and chemical processing

      369

      3

      93102

      Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators

      370

      3

      93200

      Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors

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        NOC (National occupation Classification) now changed to TEER system to classify an applicant’s work experience while submitting Permanent Residency application. TEER level and code must match with work experience of the applicant . Selecting mismatched TEER code may lead to rejection . Job Title ,Code and TEER all must be checked while submitting expression Of Interest .

         

        NOC System, now changed with the TEER system, is made to categorise jobs of applicants . As per TEER system all occupations are categorised in 6 levels.Further these levels expand into major and minor groups . Relevant NOC code must be mentioned in express Entry application and in Provincial Nomination Application .Applicants can search the NOC to find where an occupation is classified or to check about its main duties, educational requirements etc.

         

        As per NOC /TEER system , Occupations are divided into 6 levels- 

        • Level – O
        • Level – 1
        • Level – 2
        • Level – 3
        • Level – 4
        • Level – 5

        Out of these occupations falling in the first 4 levels are eligible to apply PR under FSWP from India .

        Candidates with work experience of one of the Canada skilled Occupation List may be invited to apply for a PR visa to Canada. NOC must match with previous or current working experience. To check the NOC Canada government has provided a dedicated website. or you can connect with Province Immigration to help you in finding the correct and in-demand NOC for your application.

        Applicants must match the job duties mentioned in the code. Candidates must have worked for 1 year in the last 10 years of time with given job duties. Applicants should have worked for 30 hours a week for continuous 12 months.

        Every province has its own demand list, which may change from time to time. Any NOC can come in demand at any point in time as per the state’s requirement. However below are  10 all-time in-demand occupations of Canada Skilled Occupation List –

        • 0– Legislative and senior management occupations 
        • 1 – Business, finance, and administration occupations 
        • 2 – Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 
        • 3 – Health occupations 
        • 4 – Occupations in education, law and social, community, and government services
        • 5 – Occupations in art, culture, recreation, and sport 
        • 6 – Sales and service occupations 
        • 7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators, and related occupations
        • 8 – Natural resources, agriculture, and related production occupations
        • 9 – Occupations in manufacturing and utilities

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