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Working in Canada provides Occupational Profiles, wages by Occupation useful for your job search, and outlooksfor the local labour market areas in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Tourism Education Council (STEC)
Skill profile charts are designed to provide guidelines for the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to achieve competent, professional performance in a number of key service occupations. The standards were developed with the co-operation of tourism related industry professionals.

Jobs People Love is a series of job profiles created and produced by Regina Career Linx, a pilot project developed under Canada-Saskatchewan Career Services Strategic Initiatives. They let real people tell you about the joys, challenges and realities of their work. The profiles cover a variety of careers and finding the ones you want so take some time to check out this section of the web site.


Other Provinces

Work BC 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 product.

Alberta 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.

Additional Sites

Occupational information is organized by the National Occupational Classification (NOC) coding system. 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, unions, sector councils and educational groups who were consulted during the development of the occupational profiles. They reviewed the 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 of Organizations by National Occupation Group You may contact these associations for labour market information pertaining to the NOC that they represent. Some associations represent more than one NOC.

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