You may consider Ontario, Canada in your list of potential locations to start your career. The province, and particularly its capital Toronto, offers a good range of professional education opportunities that speak to a diverse talent pool. For example, The Financial Times Ltd. 2012 fDi Report ranks Ontario third in North America in winning foreign direct investment. Other trade and technical education initiatives of note include:
The employment opportunities and earnings potential of the Ontario service-producing sector are choice. According to Statistics Canada, Ontario's manufacturing industries employment up by 2.5% in 2012. In the same year, Ontario's accommodation and food services industry employment improved by 10.2%, while employment in Professional, scientific and technical services improved by 3.5%. On the salary front, According to Statistics Canada, In August 2012, trades salary improved by 1.7%, Transportation and warehousing salary improved by 5.8%. For trades professionals working in Canadian provinces, union coverage means significantly more income--about $6 extra per hour over non-union employees.
In the immediate future, Ontario will be looking to expand its global presence in several key industries. For example, According to The Conference Board of Canada, employment in Construction may see average annual growth of 1.9 percent from 2010-2030, and employment in nursing and homes for nursing and residential care may see average annual growth of 1.7 percent in 2010-2030 projections. Pursue a vocational schools degree, diploma or certificate from your chosen school