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There are many sources for researching occupations.
OCCinfo gives you in-depth information about
Occupational videos gives you videos showing real people at work in various occupations.
The National Occupation Classification (NOC) website lists the duties related to different types of jobs. Try searching by:
Visit an Alberta Supports Centre near you to access career information.
Visit a local library and ask staff to help you with your research.
On the Canadian Forces website, find information on more than 100 occupations, including:
The Government of Canada job bank offers news about many job markets in Canada.
Check out Alberta job postings and use filters like location or job category to further refine your job search.
Type the names of any interesting occupations you discover. They will be added to My Favourite Occupations in
My Career Plan.
Notes and Ideas: for example, ask friends if they know a pilot.
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