Career Paths

LOCAL OR REGIONAL LEVEL INFORMATION

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WHAT CAN I DO WITH MY
DEGREE / MAJOR?
Many universities offer "What can I do with my degree?" lists of occupations. The type of information that you might find includes: typical careers or jobs associated with a specific degree; alternative careers that may not be directly related; and employers who have hired graduates with this degree.
Some examples can be found at:
Carleton: Degree to Future
Guelph: Career Options By Degree.
McGill: What Can I Do With My Studies?
Western: Options for Social Science Majors

You can see many others with this Google Search.

PROVINCIAL OR NATIONAL LEVEL INFORMATION

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CAREER CRUISINGPassword required. See the "Employment On The Job" section.
Strategies for starting the job, making a good impression, progressing on the job and being successful, actions to take when the job isn’t working out.
NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION (NOC) 2016Each NOC profile includes a list of related/similar occupations.
The Occupational Structure lists occupations in a skill type (field).
The NOC Occupational Classification Matrix classifies occupations by skill type and level, illustrating options for advancement or lateral transfer.