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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way of living and displaced many. Many people currently require a lot of help, assistance, and guidance, be it at the school, hospital, community health center, everywhere there is a need for a social worker to assist, guide, and counsel people. There has always been a demand for Social workers in Canada. The pandemic has increased the demand drastically. The social worker is one of the top 20 in-demand jobs in Canada.

IF you are looking at migrating to Canada as a Social worker, the first step will be to decide where you would like to settle. The next step will be to look for a job in that place. A Job in hand will assure you of financial security, reducing your stress level too.

The next thing is to check on your certificates. If you need to migrate, work and live in Canada, you must get your qualification certificates endorsed and accredited. It must be valid and recognized in Canada. You will also need to clear a written and oral exam to practice as a licensed Social worker in Canada.

An experienced social worker gets paid anywhere between $ 70,000 – $ 95,000. It also depends on your qualification, years of experience and the place where you live.

The employment opportunities as a social worker in Canada are enormous. You will be able to find an opening for social workers in Community health centers, schools, hospitals, Child welfare, mental health centers, Housing departments, and courts.

Due to the pandemic, many people have been inside their homes and have begun to show depression, withdrawal symptoms, all they want is a person to listen to them. Unable to step out, yet require counseling or guidance, thanks to this pandemic has also created opportunities for social workers, they can work using the virtual platforms.

The employment rate for social workers has had positive growth over the last decade. The year 2020 despite the pandemic it has given rise to an increased job opportunity in this sector. There will be an increased demand for social workers in Canada until another decade.

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