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Top 5 Programming Languages to land IT jobs in Canada

Approximately 50,000 candidates land IT jobs in Canada with starting annual salaries in the range of 34,00,000 INR – 57,00,000 INR. This growing demand for tech talent in Canada makes it one of the most preferred destinations for people interested in IT and related industries. 

A huge array of successful startups and massive annual turnover allows Canada to be an obvious choice for technological heavyweights. In fact, companies like Google, IBM, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook have huge presence in Canada. 

Here’s a list of top 5 programming languages which are in high demand and can help you find top IT jobs in Canada:


Java is one of the world’s most well known programming languages. It is also one of the most crucial and widely accepted programming languages. It comes handy when building robust, server-side applications, especially for the Banking & Financial Services Industry. Big Banks like Royal Bank of Canada, Scotia Bank, Toronto-Dominion Bank, and companies like IBM & Exogens dole out job offers with average annual salaries of 34,00,000 INR.


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Some of Python’s common applications include web development, network servers, machine learning, data analysis and desktop apps. It is highly recognised for being the lightest along with the best frameworks among OOP (Object Oriented Programming) languages.  This high demand allows candidates to secure jobs at annual salaries of 50,00,000 INR in companies like Paytm Labs, LG, Aviva & Huawei very easily.

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C# is an upcoming language due to the huge market in Canada.

Since, it builds on the principles of C++, seasoned coders can learn it quickly. Couple it with scripts like Lua, Unreal and OpenGL (Graphics) and you are ready to develop full-fledged games.

Given that Ubisoft, one of the largest players in the gaming industry is headquartered in Canada (with annual revenues / profits of $600 million), candidates with relevant skills can land jobs with annual salaries of 41,00,000 INR. 

Other companies hiring people with C# experience include Unity, Gameloft and Rockstar Games. 

Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails developers have high demand globally and Canada is no exception. Web developers nowadays are switching from PHP to RoR due to its versatility and demand. It is mostly used on the back-end for website creation and aids web developers to create a structural framework for the code they write. Candidates with experience in this language can hope work with companies like AWS (Amazon Web Services), Walmart, Shopify and Techversan with the starting annual salaries of 57,00,000 INR. 


Web developers use JavaScript to add dynamic and interactive elements to websites. It allows them to create flexible, scalable and real-time web applications with exceptional performance. That said, JavaScript by itself will not help you land your dream IT job in Canada. However if you add expertise in Web Development and Relational Database, you can work with companies like Randstad, Scotia Bank, OpenGeeksLab & 10Clouds at annual salaries of 55,00,000 INR.

To start early and gain momentum, check out Udemy, Coursera, EdX or Udacity for their online courses on these languages.

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