The employment sector in health and social services in Canada is in second place in terms of importance, not only in the country but in all of North America. The health employment sector operates under public control and is based in particular on three main levels: the central level, the regional and the local plan.
The network of job offers in health in Canada whether in public or private, offers many career opportunities, especially for trades and jobs requiring a specialized training course, whether at the university level, Vocational or purely technical training. In this sense, the professions of: audiologist, head of surgery, chiropractor, thoracic surgeon, clinician or other specialists are cited; However, there are many other professions where a modest course of training can be used, one cites in this sense the positions of: Employment Nursing Assistant, Health aide, medical archivist, or even medical secretary job.
The majority of professions related to the health field, and especially those dedicated to care and surgeries, require out of professional skills, a significant number of qualities stapled to the person itself, one cites: the right balance Nervous, the ability to collaborate in a team under pressure, a good emotional balance, a good sense of listening and observation as well as a very good resistance to stress and fatigue. Among the specialized health professions are listed: Sex therapist, midwife, physiotherapist, orthodontist the clerk or others.
The main employers publishing job offers in health, are health centres, hospitals, various private clinics, social service centres or long-term care centres. A specialist doctor can also work independently by opening his own practice. Other specialties can find good opportunities on private residences for people with disabilities, local community service centres or on home care businesses.