Work Permit figures since 2016 for NOC Code 21,332 for 15 past years for NOC Job Title Petroleum engineers  

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 08/03/2023. 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, especially for those working in NOC 21,332 bearing NOC Job title Petroleum engineers. This data is about NOC 21,332 for the past 15 years for people working in NOC Job title Petroleum engineers. This important data will give you some understanding of the number of people being selected by employers, and the work permit processed every year since 2006 for people working in NOC  

In 2006, the total number of Work Permit issued was 78 for people working in NOC 21,332. 

In 2007, the total number of Work Permit issued was 47 

In 2008, the total number of Work Permit issued was 51 

In 2009, the total number of Work Permit issued was 38 

In 2010, the total number of Work Permit issued was 47 for people working in NOC 21,332 bearing Job title Petroleum engineers. 

In 2011, the total number of Work Permit issued was 54 

In 2012, the total number of Work Permit issued was 57 

In 2013, the total number of Work Permit issued was 43 

In 2014, the total number of Work Permit issued was 54 

In 2015, the total number of Work Permit issued was 105 for people working in NOC 21,332 bearing Job title Petroleum engineers. 

In 2016, the total number of Work Permit issued was 99 

In 2017, the total number of Work Permit issued was 92 

In 2018, the total number of Work Permit issued was 85 

In 2019, the total number of Work Permit issued was 69 

In 2020, the total number of Work Permit issued was 31 for people working in NOC 21,332 bearing Job title Petroleum engineers. 

The Average for the 15 years was 63 for people working in NOC 21,332, and the trajectory of growth compared to 2006 & 2020 is 252, 2010 and 2020 growth trajectory is 152 and comparative 2015 to 2020 is 339. The comparative trajectory in % would have been a lot more positive if 2020 was not a pandemic year because of travel restrictions and inhouse challenges.  

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