Managed by the Government of Canada, Working in Canada is a website designed to provide job seekers, new comers to Canada, and those currently in the workforce with information for making informed career-related decisions. Comprising a partnership among the Canadian and Immigration Council (CIC), Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and Canada’s 13 provinces and territories, users are afforded with an array of occupational and career-related information.
Using a variety of sources, including Canada’s Housing and Mortgage Corporation (CHMC), Canadian Occupational Projection System (COPS), CanLean.ca, Foreign Credentials Office (FCO), Service Canada and many others, Working in Canada generates a report on all 520 Occupational Groups classified in the NOC.
A report comprises eight major sections results, relating to the following areas:
Working in Canada is not just for job seekers and employers. The website is designed to also assist Youth and Students, Newcomers, Older Workers, People with Disabilities, Aboriginals, and Researchers by providing links to all resources associated with the Government of Canada. So, whether you are a youth looking for internship opportunities, a newcomer preparing to leave your home country, a retiree wanting to volunteer your time, or a disabled worker searching for vocational assistance, Working in Canada will take you to the information you need to have.