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“Where can I find out about occupations that interest me?”


OCCinfo is a great place to start! Find everything you need to know about more than 550 occupations. Or narrow down your search by using keywords and filters.

Each occupational profile on OCCinfo includes the following information:

  • The high school subjects you’ll need to take to prepare
  • The wage or salary you can expect to earn
  • The employment outlook for the occupation
  • The minimum education you’ll need
  • Certification requirements
  • Related post-secondary fields of study
  • The National Occupational Classification (NOC) for the occupation
  • The interests, abilities, traits, and skills you’ll need to succeed
  • The job duties, working conditions, and advancement opportunities you can expect
  • Links to related occupations
  • Links to additional sources of information

Other ways to learn about occupations

Check out these occupational videos for information about specific types of jobs.

Use alis to find jobs and occupations that might suit you. The quizzes and exercises in the CAREERinsite section will help you get to know yourself and create a list of occupations that match your interests and abilities.

Talk to people in fields that interest you. Find out what their jobs are like. Get their advice on how to get started and what pitfalls to avoid.

Get some hands-on experience in the occupation through job shadowing or volunteering.

Ask a Question

What would you like to know?

An alis staff member will review your question and respond via email. If it’s something that can help others look for work, explore careers, or succeed on the job, a version of your question and answer may even be added to the site.

Your privacy is important. If your question is published to alis, your identity will remain anonymous. Your email address and any other personally identifiable information will not be posted to the site.

If you require immediate assistance, please call the Alberta Supports Contact Centre at 1-877-644-9992.

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