Working in Canada is the Government of Canada's leading source for jobs and labour market information. It offers users free occupational and career information such as job opportunities, educational requirements, main duties, wage rates and salaries, current employment trends, and outlooks.
The site can help people search for work, make career decisions, see what jobs will be in demand, and much more. Employers can also advertize jobs for free.
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Are you looking for work?
Maybe thinking of a new career?
Working in Canada makes it easy to find out where jobs are, how much money you can make, and what skills you will need.
Just type in a job, your education or use the checklist and let Working in Canada do the rest.
You’ll get all kinds of information!
You can access job postings, see what education and training you need and find out if your occupation is in demand. By searching different occupations and locations, you can compare jobs, wages, and qualification requirements across Canada and make a decision that is right for you.
It's all right here, online or on the go at WorkinginCanada.gc.ca. And it’s free!
So let Working in Canada work for you!
A message from the Government of Canada.
Government of Canada
- Human Resources and Skills Development and Service Canada
- Canadian Forces - National Defence
- Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Provincial and territorial governments
- Government of Alberta
- Government of British Columbia
- Government of Manitoba
- Government of New Brunswick
- Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
- Government of Nova Scotia
- Government of Nunavut
- Government of Ontario
- Government of Prince Edward Island
- Government of Quebec
- Government of Saskatchewan
- Government of the Northwest Territories
- Government of Yukon
The Working in Canada Web site was launched in 2007 as part of a joint project by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC), Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), and Canada’s provinces and territories. Its development was based on the premise that users need simplified and customized information, not just more information.
The site integrated 7 sources of information in 1 convenient location (mash-up) to help workers make informed decisions. As of 2010, the site had expanded to include 23 sources of learning and labour market information for Canadians and newcomers alike.
Today, visitors can explore the job market and search 60,000 listings daily from Job Bank and external sources, all on WorkinginCanada.gc.ca.