Workforce WindsorEssex, the region’s Local Employment Planning Council, has published Career Profiles for each of the region’s in-demand jobs. The jobs are categorized using the National Occupational Classification (NOC) code system that groups similar jobs together to create a standardized listing of jobs.
The list of locally in-demand jobs was developed using a variety of research methods including online job postings, employer surveys and consultations, news stories and stakeholder feedback from the Workforce Summit event in May.
About the NOC Coding System
- To better understand what the various digits in the National Occupational Classification coding system mean, visit workforcewindsoressex.com/noc-help
- To learn about what kinds of jobs and job duties that fall under each National Occupational Classification code, visit the Government of Canada website.
Project Status – complete
The project is complete with career profiles for all locally in-demand jobs listed below.
CAREER PROFILES FOR Locally In-Demand Jobs
Click on a in-demand job to view a Career Profile that includes a job overview, wage information, skills required, job duties, working conditions, as well as career and training pathways.
BUSINESS, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE OCCUPATIONS
NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS
OCCUPATIONS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE, EDUCATION, GOVERNMENT SERVICE AND RELIGION
OCCUPATIONS IN ART, CULTURE, RECREATION AND SPORT
SALES AND SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
TRADES, TRANSPORT AND EQUIPMENT OPERATORS AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS
OCCUPATIONS UNIQUE TO PRIMARY INDUSTRY