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Alberta Occupational Profiles
Produced by the Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS), this
directory already contains 514 occupational profiles, and others
will be added on a regular basis. Each profile lists a wide range
of information, including duties, educational requirements, salary,
and working conditions. Profiles appear in alphabetical order by
job title. You can also explore these occupations as they relate to
Find out what's happening in local job markets across Canada. First
select the province and then the region where you live. Get
detailed information on occupations, wages, employment trends,
industries and labour market conditions. You can also access
information on provincial labour markets.
Resources Development Canada (HRDC)
Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC) is the federal government
department that helps Canadians prepare for, find and keep work.
They also assist Canadians in their efforts to provide security for
themselves and their families, and promote a fair, safe, healthy,
stable, cooperative and productive work environment for all
Immigration & Work
Want more information on immigrating to Canada or applying for a work visa? Visit the following
Website of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Business Information by Sector
This site will allow you to complete your research on
industry and business trends. It provides detailed information on
most sectors, including the number of workers needed, and, in many
cases, a list of the largest employers in the field. You can find
the information you need through the alphabetical index, or by
category. The site also highlights many new articles and guides on
In the "US-Canada" section, choose from over 100 occupations in the
first pull-down menu and from a region in the second. You will get
a very impressive report, which includes information on salary
average and range, potential earnings in bonuses and benefits, and
a buying power comparison. Reports are available for all major
cities and regions in Canada and United States.
Alberta Society of
Engineering Technologists (ASET)
ASET (Alberta Society of Engineering Technologists) serves
the public interest through certification and registration of
Alberta's applied science and engineering technology
Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists
and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA)
Since 1920 there has been an organization ensuring that high
standards of practice in engineering, geological and geophysical
services exist in Alberta. This organization is The Association of
Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta
(APEGGA), a self-governing volunteer body of professionals.
Ontario Society of
Professional Engineers (OSPE)
The OSPE is a member-interest, advocacy organization, created
jointly by Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) and the Canadian
Society of Professional Engineers.
Professional Engineers Ontario is the licensing and regulating body
for engineering in the province of Ontario.
Association of Certified Engineering Technicians &
OACETT is a non-profit, self-governing, professional association of
approximately 20,000 members and a 42-year history of certification
in Ontario. OACETT promotes the interests of engineering and
applied science technicians and technologists in industry,
educational institutions, the public and government.
EEP - Electrical
EEP is engineering portal dedicated to electrical science and
education and it's core purpose is to spread knowledge and educate
power engineers in fields of power substations, industrial
automation, low voltage, medium voltage and high voltage
applications, protection relays, IEC standards, lighting, KNX