Provides detailed Occupational Outlooks on over 200 occupations.
Information available includes: nature of the work; other job
titles; Saskatchewan specific training paths including education,
training, skills and experience requirements and required certification;
occupational trends and outlook including growth prospects to
2005; and Saskatchewan wage and salary ranges.
Occupational Classification - Available in print and on-line.
The NOC (National Occupational Classification) is a classification
system comprised of 9 major occupational groups. Information
on 25,000 job titles can be found in this system.
Futures – National - Volumes 1 & 2
Available in print and on-line. This summary of occupational
information consists of two volumes:
Graduate Employment Statistics Report
These annual publications outline the results of the SIAST Graduate
Employment Survey. The survey gives data on graduates' employment
status, occupation, industry, location of employment, salary
and an evaluation of the training received through SIAST colleges.
This magazine format resource is developed and published by
Human Resources Centre, Canada (HRCC) and is available free
of charge. This annual magazine provides up-to-date information
on career planning, employment trends, setting up your own business
and other related articles.
A daily newspaper about labour market events and trends.
When using these resources it is important to ask yourself