Find job profiles, occupational guides, and Canadian labour market information. This page is your introduction to working in Canada.

Working in Canada – Federal online resources for labour market information which offers users free occupational and career information including employment outlook for various occupations, wages, local training and related news articles. This site displays job postings from Job Bank, from the Public Service Commission and from the Canadian Forces.

The Job Profiles for Immigrants to BC – can help you understand how your occupation is practiced in British Columbia. The guides also include information on the steps you can take to find a job that matches your skills, training and experience. Many of these steps can be taken before you arrive in BC.

Skilled Immigrant Infocentre Employment Guides – Compiled by the Vancouver Public Library, this database contains employment guides on 71 skilled trades and professions including job descriptions, employment outlook, salary expectations, professional associations, qualifications and job search.

National Occupational Classification (NOC) – Compiled by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, this database provides descriptions of more than 40,000 jobs found in Canada, sorted into 500 occupational groups, and offers a matrix based on skill levels and skill types.

WorkBC – Information about BC’s population changes, job trends, economy, regional statistics and labour market snapshots.

For the latest updates on immigration to Canada for displaced Ukrainians and the Afghan Humanitarian Resettlement Initiative, visit -issbc.org/uarupdates