“I’d like to be ...
…a massage therapist…or maybe an instrumentation mechanic…or wait, how about a hotel manager?”
Settling on the right career is a big job in itself…and the reward is worth working for. Loving what you do for a living will show up in everything you do.
What do you enjoy most and how can you turn that into a career?
To get started, click on the links below.
- Canadian Careers
Explore this site to find online interest and skill tests.
- Career Cruising
Check out the Career Matchmaker and explore detailed career information. (Ask a staff member for the password to this site.)
- Career Manual
You have been put in charge of your own career. Managing it will be a lifelong process. Choose work that will be compatible with your own unique skills, knowledge, personality, and interests.
- Career Navigator and Quizzes
Learn more about your abilities and learning styles.
- Community Futures
Learn about self-employment options.
- Employment and Community Resources
Scroll down the page to a variety of union webpages plus other employment resources.
- Service Canada Training & Careers
This site is designed to help people explore their career and work options.
- Surfing for Work
This online tutorial offers labour market and job search information.
- Work BC
The Government of British Columbia's source for labour market information.
- Alberta Occupational Profiles
Detailed descriptions of hundreds of occupational possibilities.
- Canadian Forces
Click on Careers to explore options in the Navy, Army, Airforce and Reserves.
- Careers in Fort McMurray, AB
Research before you pack.
- Careers in Oil & Gas
A Virtual Career Fair about the Oil Patch.
Find out how to become a freelance writer, paralegal, midwife, and more.....
- Job Futures
Occupational forecasts provided by the Canadian government.
- NOC Codes
National Occupational Classification: detailed descriptions of Canadian occupations.
- North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
The industries on this site are classified according to the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada of 2007.
A Virtual Resource Centre.
- Wages and Salaries
Find out what people are paid in various occupations across Canada.
- BC Stats
The provincial government's largest concentration of statistical products, services and expertise.
- Invest BC
Community and Regional Profiles.
- Service Canada: BC Labour Market News
Information about our local economy, trends in the labour market and the worker-employer marketplace in the BC/Yukon Region.
- Service Canada LMI
Federal Government Labour Market site.
- Stats Can
Explore labour market information and links to education, business, industry, government stats, and careers.