EMPLOYMENT TRENDS FOR CANADA
National Occupational Classification
The NOC 2006
Web site contains the classification structure and descriptions
of 520 occupational unit groups and includes over 30,000
Statistics Canada provides
statistical data for all sectors of the Canadian economy,
employment and community profiles.
Service Canada provides Canadians with one-stop,
easy access to the benefits and services they need, through the channel of their
choice, whether by phone, in-person, or the Internet.
Wages & Salaries
Get an idea of what
people are paid in various occupations across
Canada. Please note that wage information may not be
available for all occupations in all areas.
Working in Canada
By producing a Working in Canada
Report, you will learn about job opportunities, job demand,
wages, skills requirements, and more. You can find out where the
jobs are now and where they will be in the future.
The Alliance of Sector Councils -- Members
The Alliance of Sector Councils (TASC) is a
coordinating body formed of 26 sector councils. Sector councils bring together
representatives from business, labour, education, and other professional groups
to analyze and address sector-wide human resource issues.
The Work Destinations site is designed for Canadian
residents who want to practice their trade or profession in another province or
Each month the
Northeastern Review offers current information that reflects
changes in economic situations, trends and patterns to the various communities
of Northeastern BC. The Peace Liard region of British Columbia is
Fort St John,
Coupe, Fort Nelson,
Hope, Taylor and