provides present and future labour market conditions for occupations
in British Columbia It is designed for students and counsellors,
and for people interested in changing careers or re-entering
the labour market. Representatives of industry, labour, governments
and education have offered their special perspectives for this
WorkFutures provides present and future labour market conditions
for occupations in the Yukon. It is designed for students and
counsellors as well as for people interested in changing careers
or re-entering the labour market.
OccInfo will be of interest to those who are seeking information
about selected careers in Alberta. The document is a collection
of selected occupational profiles for Alberta, including a brief
description of the nature of work, qualifications needed, and
employment prospects for each occupation.
Job Futures provides an occupational outlook for Ontario
to the year 2000. It's a reference tool to help Canadians make
informed career choices, as well as a valuable resource for
parents, students, teachers, counsellors and workers.
- Canada developed by Human Resources and Skills Development
Canada (HRSDC) provides information about the world of work
guesses" for the future.
Occupational information is organized by
National Occupational Classification (NOC)
General information about the NOC and other occupational coding
systems is available at this site.
HRSDC also provides a list of over 130
organizations, including professional, trade and business associations,
sector councils and educational groups who were consulted during
the development of the occupational profiles. They reviewed
profiles related to occupational group(s) within their area of
expertise. Those organizations consulted that agreed to be included
in Job Futures are included in the Listing
by National Occupation Group You may contact
these associations for labour market information pertaining
the NOC that they represent. Some associations represent more
than one NOC.