10. Aerospace Engineer
Aerospace engineers design, research, test, develop, and oversee the manufacture and maintenance of aerospace vehicles and systems. Such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commercial and military aircraft, spacecraft, and related aerospace equipment. There are several institutions that offer degrees in aerospace engineering.
The chances of getting hired as an aerospace engineer in Canada are very high, as older engineers go into retirement creating room for the newbies. In addition, there is always visible growth in the industry. This is one of the highest paying and demand jobs currently.
- Average Salary: $98,347
- NOC Code: 2146
- Related Occupation: Aircraft Engineers, Aeronautical Engineer, Spacecraft Design Engineer.