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Lists all the occupations in alphabetical order by title. It shows the education level required, employment outlook, physical strength required, whether it is an emerging occupation or not, and the average wage.
Lists occupations by industry cluster (in alphabetical order) and sub-clusters. For example, the accommodation and food services cluster contains several related occupations under a sub-cluster.
Lists occupations by NOC code, in numerical order from 0012 (chief administrative officer) to 9619 (municipal recycling waste handler). Use this report if you know the code you want to find but not the occupational title.
Lists occupations by their 3 primary interest codes, listed in the order D-I-M-O-S. A code in capital letters means it’s a strong fit for the occupation. A code in all lowercase letters means the fit is weaker.
Lists occupations with the dates on which the profiles were last updated. It also shows the education level, whether it is an emerging occupation or not, and if it is a new or recently updated profile.
This report lists occupations with alternate names, and cross-references those occupations with similar duties, working environments or needed qualifications.