16 Newly Eligible Occupations | 03 Newly Ineligible Occupations

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IRCC has switched to the NOC 2021 system from November 16, 2022.Below is the impact on the implications made by authorities.

Improving labour shortage in key sectors such as health care, construction, and transportation, the transition to NOC 2021 has introduced 16 new occupations eligible for Express Entry.

16 newly eligible occupations:
S.no 2021 NOC Version Job Titles Category
1 13102 Payroll administrators TEER 3
2 33100 Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants TEER 3
3 33102 Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates TEER 3
4 33103 Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants TEER 3
5 43100 Elementary and secondary school teacher TEER 3
6 43200 Sheriffs and bailiffs TEER 3
7 43201 Correctional service officers TEER 3
8 43202 By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers TEER 3
9 63211 Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations TEER 3
10 73200 Residential and commercial installers and servicers TEER 3
11 73202 Pest controllers and fumigators TEER 3
12 73209 Other repairers and servicers TEER 3
13 73300 Transport truck drivers TEER 3
14 73301 Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators TEER 3
15 73400 Heavy equipment operators TEER 3
16 93200 Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors TEER 3
 
03 newly ineligible occupations:
1 55109 Other performers TEER 5
2 54100 Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport, and fitness TEER 4
3 64200 Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners TEER 4

 

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