LOCAL OR REGIONAL LEVEL INFORMATION
Please check COMMUNITY PROFILES for more local and regional occupational information.
|EMPLOYERONE SURVEY||Explore and manipulate regional employer data by geography, business size or industry perspective.|
|THE APPRENTICESHIP NETWORK||TAN provides and promotes apprenticeship information to employers, youth, and job seekers in Elgin, Middlesex, and Oxford.|
|WHAT CAN I DO|
|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.
|WORKFORCE PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT BOARD||Explore different occupations, browse current and historical occupations that are in demand in the region.|
|CAREER CRUISING||Password required. Explore Careers by alphabetical occupational title, by school subject, by career cluster (broad occupational field), or by a variety of criteria including educational level, earnings, and working conditions.|
|EMPLOYMENT ONTARIO||Database of occupational descriptions for specific occupations (e.g.: accounting) or industries/sectors (e.g.: career in aerospace).|
|JOB BANK||This site uses detailed NOC occupational information, and adds information on wages, outlook, and current job postings.|
|NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION (NOC) 2021||The NOC is the standard for classifying and describing occupations in the Canadian economy. Occupations are classified by skill type and skill level. Skill type is defined as the type of work performed, and there are 10 skill types. Skill level is defined as the amount and type of education and training required, and there are 4 skill levels. There are approximately 40,000 occupational titles classified in the 500 occupational unit groups.
LABOUR MARKET INFORMATION
|Search Job Profiles: From this link, we can select an occupation and get information on (among other things) outlooks, skill requirements, growth compared to other occupations, comparative pay, occupational profile,
industries where occupation is found, geographical locations of occupation,
licensing/industry associations, and links to essential skills profiles, NOC etc. Very useful!
|ONTARIO SKILLED TRADES HUB||Provincial Government website: Learn how to become a tradesperson, find resources if
you’re an employer or currently working, and get job advice.
OTHER SOURCES OF INFORMATION
|ALBERTA LEARNING INFORMATION SERVICE||Occupational Profiles (OCC Info) provides detailed descriptions of 500+ occupations, which you can search by title, NOC, interest, school subject, field of study or industry.
profiles for Emerging Occupations
200 video career clips
|DIRECTORY OF OCCUPATIONAL PROFILES||The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials provides a Directory of Occupational Profiles to learn about occupations in Canada.|