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Canada Work Permit figures since 2006 for 21223, Title: Database analysts and data administrators for 15 past years  Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news, and I am Joy Stephen, an authorized Canadian Immigration practitioner bringing out this Data Analysis release. Today is the 04/08/2023. We are coming to you today from the Polinsys Studios in Cambridge, Ontario.  This video may be of interest to foreign nationals and Canadian temporary residents targeting Work Permits or Employer driven programs. This data is about 21223, Title: Database analysts and data administrators for 15 years from 2006. This class of work permit is issued by the Canadian Government if selected by a Canadian Employer for a position in Canada. This important data will give you some understanding on the number of people being selected by employers and the work permit processed every year since 2006.  In 2006, the total number of Work Permit issued was 11  In 2007, the total number of Work Permit issued was 9  In 2008, the total number of Work Permit issued was 19  In 2009, the total number of Work Permit issued was 23  In 2010, the total number of Work Permit issued was 34  In 2011, the total number of Work Permit issued was 159  In 2012, the total number of Work Permit issued was 171  In 2013, the total number of Work Permit issued was 150  In 2014, the total number of Work Permit issued was 145  In 2015, the total number of Work Permit issued was 125  In 2016, the total number of Work Permit issued was 174  In 2017, the total number of Work Permit issued was 254  In 2018, the total number of Work Permit issued was 304  In 2019, the total number of Work Permit issued was 495  In 2020, the total number of Work Permit issued was 198  If you have experience in 21223 and hold the Job Title or group Database analysts and data administrators, and you are interested in learning about the process of participating in the Canadian Federal or Provincial Immigration program for this specific NOC code, or if you require assistance after being selected, we encourage you to reach out to us at https://myar.me/contact-us/. Our team will be pleased to assist you in navigating the immigration process professionally.  

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