Labour Market Trends
How do I find information on where there will be jobs in the future?
- Search by Job Title OR by Occupational Category to see the Projections for Jobs Available IN ONTARIO
- Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skill Development: Projections for 2013-2017
- Search a Job Title to see the Projection for Jobs Available IN CANADA
- Canadian Occupation Projection system (COPS) for 2015-2024
But I don’t know what I want to do in the future… where can I start?
Searching Tip: Example: I think I’d like something in the medical field, how can I start my search to find job titles matching this interest?
- Go to Search The National Occupation Classification System (NOC codes)
- Click drop down menu of Select Search Type – click Next
- Click drop down menu of Index of Titles – click Next
- Click drop down menu of Search Method
- Click Keyword – Click Next – Type in the word “medical” in the blank box and scroll to the bottom of the page to Click Search.
- All of the jobs associated with the Medical Profession are in front of you.
- Glance down the list and click on a title of interest to you. i.e. Medical Laboratory Technologist #3211
- Main Duties, Educational Requirements AND Example Job Titles appear. Write down the 4-digit NOC
- Now take the NOC code / Job Title that you liked and use our Career Cruising Website to determine further if this is a good job match for you.
- Career Cruising username: preston AND password: panthers
- Simply type in the NOC code OR the Job Title in the Search Bar at the top of the page.
- Career Cruising allows you to search Canadian Wages, Work Conditions and Educational Programs offered in Canada to do this job!
- Log In to My IPP – Individual Pathway Plan – in Career Cruising. Use your PAL password. It allows you to save your job interests to come back to at a later time.