Government of Alberta
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Alberta Wage and Salary Information

Check out the wages and salaries for over 400 occupations in Alberta. The 2013 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey provides information on wages, salaries and skill shortages by occupations, regions and industry groups within the province.

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How did you get your current or most recent job? Where did the lead come from?
  • A personal contact told you about it
  • A published advertisement
  • A recruiting firm or staffing agency
  • An information gathering phone call, email or visit to a company
  • Another method not listed above

Tip Sheet


Handling People Problems at Work
Good relationships with the people in your workplace can be one of the pleasures of having a job. On the other hand, facing unresolved people problems at work day after day can make y... read more



Mediators are neutral third parties who assist people involved in disputes to find mutually acceptable resolutions to their confli... read more



Let's Talk: A Guide to Resolving Workplace Conflicts
The way we ask questions usually influences the answers we get. It may even determine whether we get an answer at all. This guide contains information on how to handle situations at work, where t... read more



I'm starting a new job. What are my rights at work?
Find information on employment standards and workplace health and safety... read more

Career Events

Are you looking for a job in the Edmonton region? Then you'll want to check out Edmonton's upcoming career events and job fairs.... read more

New report details Alberta's High-Demand Occupations

Chefs, civil engineers, heavy-duty equipment mechanics and crane operators are among top occupations to consider in Alberta over the next three years. The Short-Term Employment Forecast 2014-2016 looks at 260 occupations across the wage and skills spectrum and reveals 31 that are expected to be in highest demand. ... read more

May 2014 ALIS eNewsletter

Check out the latest eNewsletter. It has articles on the new OCCinfo website, youth transitioning to careers and independence, finding the right person for that job opening, stories of women in non-tradtional occupations and more.  Subscribe and get the next issue emailed to you.

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