Link to Accessible Catalogue
 

Career Exploration and Job Trends

At the Library

Books describing different careers

 

Websites

Alberta Occupational Profiles
For those thinking of relocating to Alberta, each of these 500 profiles offers information on salaries, working conditions and educational requirements. From the Alberta Learning Information Service.

Discover the World of IT
Decide if a career in Information Technology is for you by completing a self assessment, viewing career profiles and video clips, researching college and university programs, and more. From the Information and Communications Technology Council.

London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC)
Statistics about living and working in London, including information about the workforce and specific industries.

Looking Ahead: A Ten Year Outlook for the Canadian Labour Market 2006-2015
A look at the future of the Canadian Labour Market from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

National Occupational Classification (NOC)
Job descriptions from Service Canada listing the main duties and educational/ training requirements for occupations in Canada.

Ontario Job Futures
A resource to help you explore your career options; find information on current trends and future outlook for 190 occupations common to Ontario. From the Province of Ontario and the Government of Canada.

Training, Career and Worker Information
Research career opportunities, complete a quiz, explore training options, and discover your rights as a worker on this Service Canada site.

Working in Canada
This Service Canada site has information about 265 occupational groups and describes the work experiences of recent graduates from 155 programs of study.  Also includes Labour Market Information for researching occupations, employment prospects, and wages across Canada.