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Occupations

Need help finding a job that fits who you are? You’ve come to the right place—you’ll find more than 550 occupations to choose from. Learn what subjects you’ll need to take and whether your personality suits the job. Discover how much you can earn and what your duties will be. It is your path to plan. So start here.

Results Found 71 occupations matching your criteria

Pharmacy Technician

Provincially Regulated

Is being precise with instructions one of your strong points? Are you good at math and solving problems? Then you may want to dispense your talents into a career as a pharmacy technician.

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Avg. Wage
$31.35
Min. Education
1 year post-secondary

Pharmacy Assistant

Are you organized and good with computers? Does precision appeal to you? Then you may want to prescribe yourself a career as a pharmacy assistant.

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Avg. Wage
$23.34
Min. Education
Varies

Cathodic Protection Technician

Provincially Regulated

Do you like to work outdoors? Do you like science and gathering data? Then you may want to apply yourself in a career as a cathodic protection technician.

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Avg. Wage
$35.80
Min. Education
Designated Occupation

Fuel Cell Technician

Are you interested in the energy industry? Do you have a knack for solving technical problems and fixing things? Do you have good math and science skills? Then you may be energized by a career as a fuel cell technician.

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Min. Education
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Biofuels Processing Technician

Do you like science? Does the idea of working in a lab interest you? Are you curious about biofuels like ethanol and biodiesel? Then work as a biofuels processing technician may fuel your career goals.

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Min. Education
High school diploma

Avionics Technician

Provincially Regulated

Do you like working with electronic equipment? Do you have good math and communication skills? Have you ever thought about working on equipment used in aircraft? Then you may want your career to take flight as an avionics technician.

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Avg. Wage
$31.32
Min. Education
2 years post-secondary

Pulmonary Function Technician

Provincially Regulated

Are you interested in helping people who have trouble breathing? Are you good at explaining procedures? Then you may want to consider a career as a pulmonary function technician.

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Avg. Wage
$46.01
Min. Education
Varies

Lash Technician

Does the beauty industry excite you? Do you enjoy helping others with their appearance? Then take an extended look at the lash technician career.

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n/a
Min. Education
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Outdoor Power Equipment Technician

Provincially Regulated

Are you handy with machines and small engines? Do you have basic computer skills? Can you solve problems and talk to customers? Then you should think about a career as an outdoor power equipment technician.

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Avg. Wage
$31.36
Min. Education
Apprenticeship

Biological Technician

Provincially Regulated

Do you like biology? Do you have the ability to keep detailed, accurate records? Then you may want to test your interest in a career as a biological technician.

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Avg. Wage
$39.68
Min. Education
2 years post-secondary

Vending Machine Technician

Does working through a problem and finding a solution appeal to you? Are you great with your hands? Can you move large, heavy items? Then you may want to consider dispensing your skills as a vending machine technician.

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Avg. Wage
$24.58
Min. Education
High school diploma

Hydrometric Technician and Technologist

Provincially Regulated

Are you interested in glaciers, rain, rivers, and other water sources? Do you like the idea of working alone outdoors? Are you good at accurately recording data? Then you may want to record your level of interest in a career as a hydrometric technician and technologist.

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Avg. Wage
$42.06
Min. Education
2 years post-secondary
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