Working in Alberta
Alberta’s stable economy and innovative business spirit make it an ideal place to work.
This section contains information on how to research job opportunities in your occupation in Alberta, as well as tips for job seekers and important details about workplace rights and responsibilities, employment standards and work-related resources.
Education and training
Find out about having your training and experience recognized in Alberta, and learn about ways to make the most of your qualifications.
How to work in your occupation
Explore occupational fact sheets and useful links to learn about working in your profession or trade in Alberta.
Finding a job
Use the Canada Job Bank Tool and other resources to research Alberta’s employment opportunities and prepare for your job search.
Learn about Alberta’s employment standards, worker compensation, health and safety, employment insurance and more.
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National Occupational Classification (NOC)
Canada's National Occupational Classification (NOC) system uses codes to categorize job titles into occupational groups and to communicate information about occupations throughout Canada’s labour market.
Date Updated: Fri, 20 Jun 2014 02:37:20