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These Are The 10 Most Respected Jobs In Canada Right Now

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The Most Respected Jobs In Canada For 2021 Were Just Revealed

The most respected jobs in Canada in 2021 were just revealed and firefighters take the top spot as the professionals with the highest regard from their peers.

Over 2,500 Canadians were surveyed to create the list of the most respected professions and 28 jobs were ranked in total.

Canada's Most Respected

After firefighters, the top 10 include nurses, farmers, medical doctors, pharmacists, scientists, members of the Canadian Armed Forces, grocery store owners/clerks, airline pilots and teachers.

Further down the list, there are transit workers, veterinarians, engineers, police officers, judges, private sector long-term care home operators, journalists, lawyers, bankers and radio/TV talk show hosts.

Clergy, professional sports players, business executives, union leaders, elected members of parliament, advertising practitioners, car salespeople and owners of social media platforms came in at the bottom end of the ranking.

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