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    Canada National Occupation Classification (NOC)

    NOC Code Canada, or the National Occupation Classification Canada, is a well-structured system that categorizes and classifies occupations in Canada. It assigns a unique five-digit code to each occupation, based on job descriptions, responsibilities, and qualifications. The Canada NOC code is extensively used in immigration programs like Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) to assess eligibility and suitability of work experience.

    NOC List Canada is a comprehensive list of NOC codes essential for understanding and organizing the Canadian job market. It helps applicants determine if their experience meets immigration requirements and serves as a common language for employers, job seekers, and immigration authorities. The NOC list is divided into 6 TEERs (TEER 0-5) to facilitate a better understanding of the Canadian labour market.

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    NOC Structure TEER Categories
    0
    Management occupations
    1
    Occupations usually require a university degree
    2
    Occupations usually require a college diploma or apprenticeship training of two or more years; or supervisory occupations
    3
    Occupations usually require a college diploma or apprenticeship training of less than two years; or more than six months of on-the-job training
    4
    Occupations usually require a secondary school diploma; or several weeks of on-the-job training
    5
    Occupations usually require short-term work demonstration and no formal education
    Broad occupational categories 0
    Legislative and senior management occupations
    1
    Business, finance and administration occupations
    2
    Natural and applied sciences and related occupations
    3
    Health occupations
    4
    Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services
    5
    Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport
    6
    Sales and service occupations
    7
    Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations
    8
    Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations
    9
    Occupations in manufacturing and utilities

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    0 - Legislative and senior management occupations

    This category includes legislators and senior management occupations.

    00 - Legislative and senior managers

    000 - Legislative and senior managers

    0001 - Legislators and senior management

    • 00010 – Legislators
    • 00011 – Senior government managers and officials
    • 00012 – Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services
    • 00013 – Senior managers – health, education, social and community services and membership organizations
    • 00014 – Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services
    • 00015 – Senior managers – construction, transportation, production and utilities

    1 - Business, finance and administration occupations

    Occupations in this category include financial and business services, administration and clerical supervision and support services. Some occupations in this category are unique to the financial and business services sectors; however, most are found in all industries. The professional occupations in this area such as accountants, investment brokers and human resources specialists are usually supplied from educational programs specific to the profession or occupation. Some administrative and business occupations are supplied from experienced workers in related clerical occupations.

    10 – Specialized middle management occupations in administrative services, financial and business services and communication (except broadcasting)

    100 – Specialized middle management occupations in administrative services, financial and business services and communication (except broadcasting)

    1001 – Administrative services managers

    • 10010 – Financial managers
    • 10011 – Human resources managers
    • 10012 – Purchasing managers
    • 10019 – Other administrative services managers

    1002 – Managers in financial and business services

    • 10020 – Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers
    • 10021 – Banking, credit and other investment managers
    • 10022 – Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
    • 10029 – Other business services managers

    1003 – Managers in communication (except broadcasting)

    • 10030 – Telecommunication carriers managers

    1 – Business, finance and administration occupations

    Occupations in this category include financial and business services, administration and clerical supervision and support services. Some occupations in this category are unique to the financial and business services sectors; however, most are found in all industries. The professional occupations in this area such as accountants, investment brokers and human resources specialists are usually supplied from educational programs specific to the profession or occupation. Some administrative and business occupations are supplied from experienced workers in related clerical occupations.

    11 – Professional occupations in finance and business

    111 – Professional occupations in finance

    1110 – Auditors, accountants and investment professionals

    • 11100 – Financial auditors and accountants
    • 11101 – Financial and investment analysts
    • 11102 – Financial advisors
    • 11103 – Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers
    • 11109 – Other financial officers

    112 – Professional occupations in business

    1120 – Human resources and business service professionals

    • 11200 – Human resources professionals
    • 11201 – Professional occupations in business management consulting
    • 11202 – Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations

    1 - Business, finance and administration occupations

    Occupations in this category include financial and business services, administration and clerical supervision and support services. Some occupations in this category are unique to the financial and business services sectors; however, most are found in all industries. The professional occupations in this area such as accountants, investment brokers and human resources specialists are usually supplied from educational programs specific to the profession or occupation. Some administrative and business occupations are supplied from experienced workers in related clerical occupations.

    12 – Administrative and financial supervisors and specialized administrative occupations

    120 – Administrative and financial supervisors

    1201 – Administrative and financial supervisors

    • 12010 – Supervisors, general office and administrative support workers
    • 12011 – Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers
    • 12012 – Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workers
    • 12013 – Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations

    121 – Specialized administrative occupations

    1210 – Administrative and regulatory occupations

    • 12100 – Executive assistants
    • 12101 – Human resources and recruitment officers
    • 12102 – Procurement and purchasing agents and officers
    • 12103 – Conference and event planners
    • 12104 – Employment insurance and revenue officers

    1211 – Court reporters, transcriptionists, records management technicians and statistical officers

    • 12110 – Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations
    • 12111 – Health information management occupations
    • 12112 – Records management technicians
    • 12113 – Statistical officers and related research support occupations

    122 – Accounting, insurance and related business administrative occupations

    1220 – Accounting, insurance and related business administrative occupations

    • 12200 – Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
    • 12201 – Insurance adjusters and claims examiners
    • 12202 – Insurance underwriters
    • 12203 – Assessors, business valuators and appraisers

    1 - Business, finance and administration occupations

    Occupations in this category include financial and business services, administration and clerical supervision and support services. Some occupations in this category are unique to the financial and business services sectors; however, most are found in all industries. The professional occupations in this area such as accountants, investment brokers and human resources specialists are usually supplied from educational programs specific to the profession or occupation. Some administrative and business occupations are supplied from experienced workers in related clerical occupations.

    13 – Administrative occupations and transportation logistics occupations

    131 – Administrative occupations

    1310 – Administrative, property and payroll officers

    • 13100 – Administrative officers
    • 13101 – Property administrators
    • 13102 – Payroll administrators

    1311 – Office administrative assistants - general, legal and medical

    • 13110 – Administrative assistants
    • 13111 – Legal administrative assistants
    • 13112 – Medical administrative assistants

    132 – Transportation and production logistics coordinators and customs and related broker occupations

    1320 – Transportation and production logistics coordinators and customs and related broker occupations

    • 13200 – Customs, ship and other brokers
    • 13201 – Production and transportation logistics coordinators

    1 – Business, finance and administration occupations

    Occupations in this category include financial and business services, administration and clerical supervision and support services. Some occupations in this category are unique to the financial and business services sectors; however, most are found in all industries. The professional occupations in this area such as accountants, investment brokers and human resources specialists are usually supplied from educational programs specific to the profession or occupation. Some administrative and business occupations are supplied from experienced workers in related clerical occupations.

    14 – Administrative and financial support and supply chain logistics occupations

    141 – Office, court, and data support occupations

    1410 – Office support and court services occupations

    • 14100 – General office support workers
    • 14101 – Receptionists
    • 14102 – Personnel clerks
    • 14103 – Court clerks and related court services occupations

    1411 – Survey, statistical and data entry occupations

    • 14110 – Survey interviewers and statistical clerks
    • 14111 – Data entry clerks
    • 14112 – Desktop publishing operators and related occupations

    142 – Financial, insurance and related administrative support workers

    1420 – Financial, insurance and related administrative support workers

    • 14200 – Accounting and related clerks
    • 14201 – Banking, insurance and other financial clerks
    • 14202 – Collection clerks

    143 – Library, correspondence and other clerks

    1430 – Library, correspondence and other clerks

    • 14300 – Library assistants and clerks
    • 14301 – Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks

    144 – Supply chain logistics, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations

    1440 – Supply chain logistics, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations

    • 14400 – Shippers and receivers
    • 14401 – Storekeepers and partspersons
    • 14402 – Production logistics workers
    • 14403 – Purchasing and inventory control workers
    • 14404 – Dispatchers
    • 14405 – Transportation route and crew schedulers

    2 – Natural and applied sciences and related occupations

    This category includes occupations in sciences, engineering, architecture and information technology. These occupations require post-secondary education in an appropriate scientific or technical discipline. Progression from technical to professional occupations usually requires additional education.

    20 – Specialized middle management occupations in engineering, architecture, science and information systems

    200 – Specialized middle management occupations in engineering, architecture, science and information systems

    2001 – Managers in engineering, architecture, science and information systems

    • 20010 – Engineering managers
    • 20011 – Architecture and science managers
    • 20012 – Computer and information systems managers

    2 – Natural and applied sciences and related occupations

    This category includes occupations in sciences, engineering, architecture and information technology. These occupations require post-secondary education in an appropriate scientific or technical discipline. Progression from technical to professional occupations usually requires additional education.

    21 – Professional occupations in natural and applied sciences

    211 – Professional occupations in natural sciences

    2110 – Physical science professionals

    • 21100 – Physicists and astronomers
    • 21101 – Chemists
    • 21102 – Geoscientists and oceanographers
    • 21103 – Meteorologists and climatologists
    • 21109 – Other professional occupations in physical sciences

    2111 – Life science professionals

    • 21110 – Biologists and related scientists
    • 21111 – Forestry professionals
    • 21112 – Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists

    2112 – Public and environmental health and safety professionals 21120 – Public and environmental health and safety professionals

    • 21120 – Public and environmental health and safety professionals

    212 – Professional occupations in applied sciences (except engineering)

    2120 – Architects, urban planners and land surveyors

    • 21200 – Architects
    • 21201 – Landscape architects
    • 21202 – Urban and land use planners
    • 21203 – Land surveyors

    2121 – Mathematicians, statisticians, actuaries and data scientists

    • 21210 – Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
    • 21211 – Data scientists

    2122 – Computer and information systems professionals

    • 21220 – Cybersecurity specialists
    • 21221 – Business systems specialists
    • 21222 – Information systems specialists
    • 21223 – Database analysts and data administrators

    2123 – Computer, software and Web designers and developers

    • 21230 – Computer systems developers and programmers
    • 21231 – Software engineers and designers
    • 21232 – Software developers and programmers
    • 21233 – Web designers
    • 21234 – Web developers and programmers

    213 – Professional occupations in engineering

    2130 – Civil and mechanical engineers

    • 21300 – Civil engineers
    • 21301 – Mechanical engineers

    2131 – Electrical, electronics and computer engineers

    • 21310 – Electrical and electronics engineers
    • 21311 – Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)

    2132 – Manufacturing and processing engineers

    • 21320 – Chemical engineers
    • 21321 – Industrial and manufacturing engineers
    • 21322 – Metallurgical and materials engineers

    21320 – Chemical engineers 21321 – Industrial and manufacturing engineers 21322 – Metallurgical and materials engineers

    • 21330 – Mining engineers
    • 21331 – Geological engineers
    • 21332 – Petroleum engineers

    2139 – Other engineers

    • 21390 – Aerospace engineers
    • 21399 – Other professional engineers

    2 – Natural and applied sciences and related occupations

    This category includes occupations in sciences, engineering, architecture and information technology. These occupations require post-secondary education in an appropriate scientific or technical discipline. Progression from technical to professional occupations usually requires additional education.

    22 – Technical occupations related to natural and applied sciences

    221 – Technical occupations related to natural sciences

    2210 – Technical occupations in physical sciences

    • 22100 – Chemical technologists and technicians
    • 22101 – Geological and mineral technologists and technicians

    2211 – Technical occupations in life sciences

    • 22110 – Biological technologists and technicians
    • 22111 – Agricultural and fish products inspectors
    • 22112 – Forestry technologists and technicians
    • 22113 – Conservation and fishery officers
    • 22114 – Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists

    222 – Technical occupations related to applied sciences (except engineering)

    2221 – Technical occupations in architecture, drafting, surveying, geomatics and meteorology

    • 22210 – Architectural technologists and technicians
    • 22211 – Industrial designers
    • 22212 – Drafting technologists and technicians
    • 22213 – Land survey technologists and technicians
    • 22214 – Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology

    2222 – Technical occupations in computer and information systems

    • 22220 – Computer network and web technicians
    • 22221 – User support technicians
    • 22222 – Information systems testing technicians

    2223 – Technical inspectors and regulatory officers

    • 22230 – Non-destructive testers and inspectors
    • 22231 – Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers
    • 22232 – Occupational health and safety specialists
    • 22233 – Construction inspectors

    223 – Technical occupations related to engineering

    2230 – Technical occupations in civil, mechanical and industrial engineering

    • 22300 – Civil engineering technologists and technicians
    • 22301 – Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians
    • 22302 – Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians
    • 22303 – Construction estimators

    2231 – Technical occupations in electronics and electrical engineering

    • 22310 – Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
    • 22311 – Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)
    • 22312 – Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
    • 22313 – Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors

    3 – Health occupations

    Occupations in this category are concerned with providing health care services directly to patients and occupations that provide technical support to medical staff. To progress from medical and dental technical occupations to professional occupations, completion of additional formal education is required. Progression to supervisory positions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Support occupations in health are usually supplied from short training programs specific to the support area.

    30 – Specialized middle management occupations in health care

    300 – Specialized middle management occupations in health care

    3001 – Managers in health care

    • 30010 – Managers in health care

    3 – Health occupations

    Occupations in this category are concerned with providing health care services directly to patients and occupations that provide technical support to medical staff. To progress from medical and dental technical occupations to professional occupations, completion of additional formal education is required. Progression to supervisory positions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Support occupations in health are usually supplied from short training programs specific to the support area.

    31 – Professional occupations in health

    311 – Health treating and consultation services professionals

    3110 – Physicians and veterinarians

    • 31100 – Specialists in clinical and laboratory medicine
    • 31101 – Specialists in surgery
    • 31102 – General practitioners and family physicians
    • 31103 – Veterinarians

    3111 – Dentists, optometrists and audiologists

    • 31110 – Dentists
    • 31111 – Optometrists
    • 31112 – Audiologists and speech-language pathologists

    3112 – Pharmacists and dietitians

    • 31120 – Pharmacists
    • 31121 – Dietitians and nutritionists

    311 – Health treating and consultation services professionals

    3120 – Therapy and assessment professionals

    • 31200 – Psychologists
    • 31201 – Chiropractors
    • 31202 – Physiotherapists
    • 31203 – Occupational therapists
    • 31204 – Kinesiologists and other professional occupations in therapy and assessment
    • 31209 – Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating

    313 – Nursing and allied health professionals

    3130 – Nursing and allied health professionals

    • 31300 – Nursing coordinators and supervisors
    • 31301 – Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
    • 31302 – Nurse practitioners
    • 31303 – Physician assistants, midwives and allied health professionals

    3 – Health occupations

    Occupations in this category are concerned with providing health care services directly to patients and occupations that provide technical support to medical staff. To progress from medical and dental technical occupations to professional occupations, completion of additional formal education is required. Progression to supervisory positions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Support occupations in health are usually supplied from short training programs specific to the support area.

    32 – Technical occupations in health

    321 – Technical occupations in health (except practitioners of natural healing)

    3210 – Technical occupations in therapy and assessment

    • 32100 – Opticians
    • 32101 – Licensed practical nurses
    • 32102 – Paramedical occupations
    • 32103 – Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
    • 32104 – Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians
    • 32109 – Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment

    3211 – Technical occupations in dental health care

    • 32110 – Denturists
    • 32111 – Dental hygienists and dental therapists
    • 32112 – Dental technologists and technicians

    3212 – Medical technologists and technicians

    • 32120 – Medical laboratory technologists
    • 32121 – Medical radiation technologists
    • 32122 – Medical sonographers
    • 32123 – Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists
    • 32124 – Pharmacy technicians
    • 32129 – Other medical technologists and technicians

    322 – Practitioners of natural healing

    3220 – Practitioners of natural healing

    • 32200 – Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturists
    • 32201 – Massage therapists
    • 32209 – Other practitioners of natural healing

    3 – Health occupations

    Occupations in this category are concerned with providing health care services directly to patients and occupations that provide technical support to medical staff. To progress from medical and dental technical occupations to professional occupations, completion of additional formal education is required. Progression to supervisory positions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Support occupations in health are usually supplied from short training programs specific to the support area.

    33 – Assisting occupations in support of health services

    33 – Assisting occupations in support of health services

    3310 – Assisting occupations in support of health services

    • 33100 – Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants
    • 33101 – Medical laboratory assistants and related technical occupations
    • 33102 – Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
    • 33103 – Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants
    • 33109 – Other assisting occupations in support of health services

    4 – Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services

    Occupations in this category are concerned with law, teaching, counselling, conducting social science research, developing government policy, and administering government and other programs. Occupations providing religious services and leadership are included in this category. These occupations usually require completion of a related post-secondary program. Individuals who work as paralegals, social service workers or educators and instructors who are not part of the elementary, secondary or post-secondary school system are usually required to complete additional formal education to progress to professional occupations.

    40 – Managers in public administration, in education and social and community services and in public protection services

    400 – Managers in public administration, in education and social and community services and in public protection services

    4001 – Managers in public administration

    • 40010 – Government managers – health and social policy development and program administration
    • 40011 – Government managers – economic analysis, policy development and program administration
    • 40012 – Government managers – education policy development and program administration
    • 40019 – Other managers in public administration

    4002 – Managers in education

    • 40020 – Administrators – post-secondary education and vocational training
    • 40021 – School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education

    4003 – Managers in social, community and correctional services

    • 40030 – Managers in social, community and correctional services

    4004 – Managers in public protection services

    • 40040 – Commissioned police officers and related occupations in public protection services
    • 40041 – Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers
    • 40042 – Commissioned officers of the Canadian Armed Forces

    4 – Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services

    Occupations in this category are concerned with law, teaching, counselling, conducting social science research, developing government policy, and administering government and other programs. Occupations providing religious services and leadership are included in this category. These occupations usually require completion of a related post-secondary program. Individuals who work as paralegals, social service workers or educators and instructors who are not part of the elementary, secondary or post-secondary school system are usually required to complete additional formal education to progress to professional occupations.

    41 – Professional occupations in law, education, social, community and government services

    411 – Professional occupations in law

    4110 – Judges, lawyers and Quebec notaries

    • 41100 – Judges
    • 41101 – Lawyers and Quebec notaries

    412 – Professional occupations in education services

    4120 – University professors and post-secondary assistants

    • 41200 – University professors and lecturers
    • 41201 – Post-secondary teaching and research assistants

    4121 – College and other vocational instructors

    • 41210 – College and other vocational instructors

    4122 – Secondary, elementary and kindergarten school teachers

    • 41220 – Secondary school teachers
    • 41221 – Elementary school and kindergarten teachers

    413 – Professional occupations in social and community services

    4130 – Social and community service professionals

    • 41300 – Social workers
    • 41301 – Therapists in counselling and related specialized therapies
    • 41302 – Religious leaders

    4131 – Police investigators and probation officers

    • 41310 – Police investigators and other investigative occupations
    • 41311 – Probation and parole officers

    4132 – Educational and employment counsellors

    • 41320 – Educational counsellors
    • 41321 – Career development practitioners and career counsellors (except education)

    414 – Professional occupations in government services

    4140 – Policy and program researchers, consultants and officers

    • 41400 – Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    • 41401 – Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts
    • 41402 – Business development officers and market researchers and analysts
    • 41403 – Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    • 41404 – Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    • 41405 – Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    • 41406 – Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    • 41407 – Program officers unique to government
    • 41409 – Other professional occupations in social science

    4 – Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services

    Occupations in this category are concerned with law, teaching, counselling, conducting social science research, developing government policy, and administering government and other programs. Occupations providing religious services and leadership are included in this category. These occupations usually require completion of a related post-secondary program. Individuals who work as paralegals, social service workers or educators and instructors who are not part of the elementary, secondary or post-secondary school system are usually required to complete additional formal education to progress to professional occupations.

    42 – Front-line public protection services and paraprofessional occupations in legal, social, community, education services

    421 – Occupations in front-line public protection services

    4210 – Occupations in front-line public protection services

    • 42100 – Police officers (except commissioned)
    • 42101 – Firefighters
    • 42102 – Specialized members of the Canadian Armed Forces

    422 – Paraprofessional occupations in legal, social, community and education services

    4220 – Paraprofessional occupations in legal, social, community and education services

    • 42200 – Paralegals and related occupations
    • 42201 – Social and community service workers
    • 42202 – Early childhood educators and assistants
    • 42203 – Instructors of persons with disabilities
    • 42204 – Religion workers

    4 – Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services

    Occupations in this category are concerned with law, teaching, counselling, conducting social science research, developing government policy, and administering government and other programs. Occupations providing religious services and leadership are included in this category. These occupations usually require completion of a related post-secondary program. Individuals who work as paralegals, social service workers or educators and instructors who are not part of the elementary, secondary or post-secondary school system are usually required to complete additional formal education to progress to professional occupations.

    43 – Assisting occupations in education and in legal and public protection

    431 – Assisting occupations in education

    4310 – Assisting occupations in education

    • 43100 – Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants
    • 43109 – Other instructors

    432 – Assisting occupations in legal and public protection

    4320 – Assisting occupations in legal and public protection

    • 43200 – Sheriffs and bailiffs
    • 43201 – Correctional service officers
    • 43202 – By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers
    • 43203 – Border services, customs, and immigration officers
    • 43204 – Operations Members of the Canadian Armed Forces

    4 – Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services

    Occupations in this category are concerned with law, teaching, counselling, conducting social science research, developing government policy, and administering government and other programs. Occupations providing religious services and leadership are included in this category. These occupations usually require completion of a related post-secondary program. Individuals who work as paralegals, social service workers or educators and instructors who are not part of the elementary, secondary or post-secondary school system are usually required to complete additional formal education to progress to professional occupations.

    44 – Care providers and public protection support occupations

    441 – Home care provider occupations

    442 – Primary combat members of the Canadian Armed Forces

    • 44100 – Home child care providers
    • 44101 – Home support workers, caregivers and related occupations

    442 – Primary combat members of the Canadian Armed Forces

    4420 – Primary combat members of the Canadian Armed Forces

    • 44200 – Primary combat members of the Canadian Armed Forces

    4 – Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services

    Occupations in this category are concerned with law, teaching, counselling, conducting social science research, developing government policy, and administering government and other programs. Occupations providing religious services and leadership are included in this category. These occupations usually require completion of a related post-secondary program. Individuals who work as paralegals, social service workers or educators and instructors who are not part of the elementary, secondary or post-secondary school system are usually required to complete additional formal education to progress to professional occupations.

    45 – Student monitors, crossing guards and related occupations

    451 – Student monitors, crossing guards and related occupations

    4510 – Student monitors, crossing guards and related occupations

    • 45100 – Student monitors, crossing guards and related occupations

    5 – Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

    This category includes occupations in art and culture, including the performing arts, film and video, broadcasting, journalism, writing, creative design, libraries and museums. It also includes occupations in recreation and sports. These occupations are linked by subject matter to formal post-secondary educational programs but have, for the most part, a range of acceptable qualifications. Occupations in this category are also characterized by a requirement for creative talent, such as for designers and performers, and for athletic ability in the area of sport.

    50 – Specialized middle management occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

    500 – Specialized middle management occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

    5001 – Managers in art, culture, recreation and sport

    • 50010 – Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers
    • 50011 – Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
    • 50012 – Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors

    5 – Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

    This category includes occupations in art and culture, including the performing arts, film and video, broadcasting, journalism, writing, creative design, libraries and museums. It also includes occupations in recreation and sports. These occupations are linked by subject matter to formal post-secondary educational programs but have, for the most part, a range of acceptable qualifications. Occupations in this category are also characterized by a requirement for creative talent, such as for designers and performers, and for athletic ability in the area of sport.

    51 – Professional occupations in art and culture

    511 – Professional occupations in art and culture

    5110 – Librarians, archivists, conservators and curators

    • 51100 – Librarians
    • 51101 – Conservators and curators
    • 51102 – Archivists

    5111 – Writing, translating and related communications professionals

    • 51110 – Editors
    • 51111 – Authors and writers (except technical)
    • 51112 – Technical writers
    • 51113 – Journalists
    • 51114 – Translators, terminologists and interpreters

    5112 – Creative and performing artists

    • 51120 – Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations
    • 51121 – Conductors, composers and arrangers
    • 51122 – Musicians and singers

    5 – Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

    This category includes occupations in art and culture, including the performing arts, film and video, broadcasting, journalism, writing, creative design, libraries and museums. It also includes occupations in recreation and sports. These occupations are linked by subject matter to formal post-secondary educational programs but have, for the most part, a range of acceptable qualifications. Occupations in this category are also characterized by a requirement for creative talent, such as for designers and performers, and for athletic ability in the area of sport.

    52 – Technical occupations in art, culture and sport

    521 – Technical occupations in art and culture

    5210 – Technical occupations in libraries and public archives

    • 52100 – Library and public archive technicians

    5211 – Technical occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts

    • 52110 – Film and video camera operators
    • 52111 – Graphic arts technicians
    • 52112 – Broadcast technicians
    • 52113 – Audio and video recording technicians
    • 52114 – Announcers and other broadcasters
    • 52119 – Other technical and coordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts

    5212 – Graphic and interior designers

    • 52120 – Graphic designers and illustrators
    • 52121 – Interior designers and interior decorators

    5 – Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

    This category includes occupations in art and culture, including the performing arts, film and video, broadcasting, journalism, writing, creative design, libraries and museums. It also includes occupations in recreation and sports. These occupations are linked by subject matter to formal post-secondary educational programs but have, for the most part, a range of acceptable qualifications. Occupations in this category are also characterized by a requirement for creative talent, such as for designers and performers, and for athletic ability in the area of sport.

    53 – Occupations in art, culture and sport

    531 – Occupations in art and culture

    5310 – Occupations related to museums and art galleries

    • 53100 – Registrars, restorers, interpreters and other occupations related to museum and art galleries

    5311 – Photographers and support occupations in arts and culture

    • 53110 – Photographers
    • 53111 – Motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and performing arts assistants and operators

    5312 – Occupations in creative and performing art

    • 53120 – Dancers
    • 53121 – Actors, comedians and circus performers
    • 53122 – Painters, sculptors and other visual artists
    • 53123 – Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers
    • 53124 – Artisans and craftspersons
    • 53125 – Patternmakers – textile, leather and fur products

    532 – Occupations in sports

    5320 – Athletes, coaches, referees and related occupations

    • 53200 – Athletes
    • 53201 – Coaches
    • 53202 – Sports officials and referees

    5 – Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

    This category includes occupations in art and culture, including the performing arts, film and video, broadcasting, journalism, writing, creative design, libraries and museums. It also includes occupations in recreation and sports. These occupations are linked by subject matter to formal post-secondary educational programs but have, for the most part, a range of acceptable qualifications. Occupations in this category are also characterized by a requirement for creative talent, such as for designers and performers, and for athletic ability in the area of sport.

    54 – Support occupations in sport

    541 – Support occupations in sport

    5410 – Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness

    • 54100 – Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness

    5 – Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

    This category includes occupations in art and culture, including the performing arts, film and video, broadcasting, journalism, writing, creative design, libraries and museums. It also includes occupations in recreation and sports. These occupations are linked by subject matter to formal post-secondary educational programs but have, for the most part, a range of acceptable qualifications. Occupations in this category are also characterized by a requirement for creative talent, such as for designers and performers, and for athletic ability in the area of sport.

    55 – Support occupations in art and culture

    551 – Support occupations in art and culture

    5510 – Support occupations in art and culture

    • 55109 – Other performers

    6 – Sales and service occupations

    This category contains retail and wholesale sales occupations and customer and personal service occupations related to a wide range of industries, such as accommodation and food services, travel, tourism and cleaning services. Sales and service occupations can be linked, for the most part, to formal post-secondary or occupation-specific training programs. Others are characterized by periods of formal on-the-job training. Apprenticeship training is available for some specialized service occupations. Progression from sales and service occupations to positions of increased responsibility, or supervision, usually requires occupational experience and may require completion of related training programs.

    60 – Middle management occupations in retail and wholesale trade and customer services

    600 – Middle management occupations in retail and wholesale trade and customer services

    6001 – Corporate sales managers

    • 60010 – Corporate sales managers

    6002 – Retail and wholesale trade managers

    • 60020 – Retail and wholesale trade managers

    6003 – Managers in food service and accommodation

    • 60030 – Restaurant and food service managers
    • 60031 – Accommodation service managers

    6004 – Managers in customer and personal services

    • 60040 – Managers in customer and personal services

    6 – Sales and service occupations

    This category contains retail and wholesale sales occupations and customer and personal service occupations related to a wide range of industries, such as accommodation and food services, travel, tourism and cleaning services. Sales and service occupations can be linked, for the most part, to formal post-secondary or occupation-specific training programs. Others are characterized by periods of formal on-the-job training. Apprenticeship training is available for some specialized service occupations. Progression from sales and service occupations to positions of increased responsibility, or supervision, usually requires occupational experience and may require completion of related training programs.

    62 – Retail sales and service supervisors and specialized occupations in sales and services

    620 – Retail sales and service supervisors

    6201 – Retail sales supervisors

    • 62010 – Retail sales supervisors

    6202 – Service supervisors

    • 62020 – Food service supervisors
    • 62021 – Executive housekeepers
    • 62022 – Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors
    • 62023 – Customer and information services supervisors
    • 62024 – Cleaning supervisors
    • 62029 – Other services supervisors

    621 – Specialized sales occupations

    6210 – Technical sales specialists in wholesale trade and retail and wholesale buyers

    • 62100 – Technical sales specialists – wholesale trade
    • 62101 – Retail and wholesale buyers

    622 – Specialized services occupations

    6220 – Specialized occupations in services

    • 62200 – Chefs
    • 62201 – Funeral directors and embalmers
    • 62202 – Jewellers, jewellery and watch repairers and related occupations

    6 – Sales and service occupations

    This category contains retail and wholesale sales occupations and customer and personal service occupations related to a wide range of industries, such as accommodation and food services, travel, tourism and cleaning services. Sales and service occupations can be linked, for the most part, to formal post-secondary or occupation-specific training programs. Others are characterized by periods of formal on-the-job training. Apprenticeship training is available for some specialized service occupations. Progression from sales and service occupations to positions of increased responsibility, or supervision, usually requires occupational experience and may require completion of related training programs.

    63 – Occupations in sales and services

    631 – Occupations in sales

    6310 – Insurance, real estate and financial sales occupations

    • 63100 – Insurance agents and brokers
    • 63101 – Real estate agents and salespersons
    • 63102 – Financial sales representatives

    632 – Occupations in services

    6320 – Cooks, butchers and bakers

    • 63200 – Cooks
    • 63201 – Butchers – retail and wholesale
    • 63202 – Bakers

    6321 – Hairstylists and estheticians

    • 63210 – Hairstylists and barbers
    • 63211 – Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations

    6322 – Shoe repairers, shoemakers and upholsterers

    • 63220 – Shoe repairers and shoemakers
      • 63221 – Upholsterers

    6 – Sales and service occupations

    This category contains retail and wholesale sales occupations and customer and personal service occupations related to a wide range of industries, such as accommodation and food services, travel, tourism and cleaning services. Sales and service occupations can be linked, for the most part, to formal post-secondary or occupation-specific training programs. Others are characterized by periods of formal on-the-job training. Apprenticeship training is available for some specialized service occupations. Progression from sales and service occupations to positions of increased responsibility, or supervision, usually requires occupational experience and may require completion of related training programs.

    64 – Sales and service representatives and other customer and personal services occupations

    641 – Retail salespersons and non-technical wholesale trade sales and account representatives

    6410 – Retail salespersons and non-technical wholesale trade sales and account representatives

    • 64100 – Retail salespersons and visual merchandisers
    • 64101 – Sales and account representatives – wholesale trade (non-technical)

    642 – Occupations in personal service

    6420 – Occupations in personal service

    • 64200 – Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners
    • 64201 – Image, social and other personal consultants

    643 – Occupations in food, accommodation and tourism

    6430 – Occupations in food and beverage service

    • 64300 – Maîtres d’hôtel and hosts/hostesses
    • 64301 – Bartenders

    6431 – Occupations in travel and accommodation

    • 64310 – Travel counsellors
    • 64311 – Pursers and flight attendants
    • 64312 – Airline ticket and service agents
    • 64313 – Ground and water transport ticket agents, cargo service representatives and related clerks
    • 64314 – Hotel front desk clerks

    6432 – Tourism and amusement services occupations

    • 64320 – Tour and travel guides
    • 64321 – Casino workers
    • 64322 – Outdoor sport and recreational guides

    644 – Occupations in customer, information and protective services

    6440 – Customer and information services representatives

    • 64400 – Customer services representatives – financial institutions
    • 64401 – Postal services representatives
    • 64409 – Other customer and information services representatives

    6441 – Security guards and related security service occupations

    • 64410 – Security guards and related security service occupations

    6 – Sales and service occupations

    This category contains retail and wholesale sales occupations and customer and personal service occupations related to a wide range of industries, such as accommodation and food services, travel, tourism and cleaning services. Sales and service occupations can be linked, for the most part, to formal post-secondary or occupation-specific training programs. Others are characterized by periods of formal on-the-job training. Apprenticeship training is available for some specialized service occupations. Progression from sales and service occupations to positions of increased responsibility, or supervision, usually requires occupational experience and may require completion of related training programs.

    65 – Sales and service support occupations

    651 – Sales support occupations

    6510 – Cashiers and other sales support occupations

    • 65100 – Cashiers
    • 65101 – Service station attendants
    • 65102 – Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers
    • 65109 – Other sales related occupations

    652 – Support occupations in food, accommodation and tourism

    6520 – Food support occupations

    • 65200 – Food and beverage servers
    • 65201 – Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
    • 65202 – Meat cutters and fishmongers – retail and wholesale

    6521 – Support occupations in accommodation, travel, tourism and amusement services

    • 65210 – Support occupations in accommodation, travel and facilities set-up services
    • 65211 – Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport

    6522 – Support occupations in personal services

    • 65220 – Pet groomers and animal care workers
    • 65229 – Other support occupations in personal services

    653 – Support occupations in cleaning and related services

    6531 – Cleaners

    • 65310 – Light duty cleaners
    • 65311 – Specialized cleaners
    • 65312 – Janitors, caretakers and heavy-duty cleaners

    6532 – Service support and related occupations

    • 65320 – Dry cleaning, laundry and related occupations
    • 65329 – Other service support occupations

    7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations

    These occupations include trades supervisors and contractors, construction and mechanical tradespersons, operators of transportation and heavy equipment and trades helpers. These occupations are found in a wide range of industrial sectors, with many in the construction and transportation industries. This category includes most of the apprenticeable trades, including all those related to the construction industry. Other occupations in this category usually require completion of college or vocational education programs combined with on-the-job training. Helpers obtain training on the job site. Progression to supervisory positions or self-employed contractor status is possible with experience. There is limited mobility or transferability of skills among occupations in this category due to specific apprenticeship, training and licensing requirements for most occupations.

    70 – Middle management occupations in trades and transportation

    700 – Middle management occupations in trades and transportation

    7001 – Managers in construction and facility operation and maintenance

    • 70010 – Construction managers
    • 70011 – Home building and renovation managers
    • 70012 – Facility operation and maintenance managers

    7002 – Managers in transportation and postal and courier services

    • 70020 – Managers in transportation
    • 70021 – Postal and courier services managers

    7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations

    These occupations include trades supervisors and contractors, construction and mechanical tradespersons, operators of transportation and heavy equipment and trades helpers. These occupations are found in a wide range of industrial sectors, with many in the construction and transportation industries. This category includes most of the apprenticeable trades, including all those related to the construction industry. Other occupations in this category usually require completion of college or vocational education programs combined with on-the-job training. Helpers obtain training on the job site. Progression to supervisory positions or self-employed contractor status is possible with experience. There is limited mobility or transferability of skills among occupations in this category due to specific apprenticeship, training and licensing requirements for most occupations.

    72 – Technical trades and transportation officers and controllers

    720 – Technical trades contractors and supervisors

    7201 – Contractors and supervisors, technical industrial, electrical and construction trades and related workers

    • 72010 – Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations
    • 72011 – Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations
    • 72012 – Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades
    • 72013 – Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades
    • 72014 – Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers

    7202 – Contractors and supervisors, technical maintenance trades and heavy equipment and transport operators

    • 72020 – Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades
    • 72021 – Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews
    • 72022 – Supervisors, printing and related occupations
    • 72023 – Supervisors, railway transport operations
    • 72024 – Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators
    • 72025 – Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations

    721 – Technical industrial trades

    7210 – Machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades

    • 72100 – Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors
    • 72101 – Tool and die makers
    • 72102 – Sheet metal workers
    • 72103 – Boilermakers
    • 72104 – Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters
    • 72105 – Ironworkers
    • 72106 – Welders and related machine operators

    722 – Technical electrical trades

    7220 – Technical electrical trades and electrical power line and telecommunications workers

    • 72200 – Electricians (except industrial and power system)
    • 72201 – Industrial electricians
    • 72202 – Power system electricians
    • 72203 – Electrical power line and cable workers
    • 72204 – Telecommunications line and cable installers and repairers
    • 72205 – Telecommunications equipment installation and cable television service technicians

    723 – Technical construction trades

    7230 – Plumbers, pipefitters and gas fitters

    • 72300 – Plumbers
    • 72301 – Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
    • 72302 – Gas fitters

    7231 – Carpenters and cabinetmakers

    • 72310 – Carpenters
    • 72311 – Cabinetmakers

    7232 – Bricklayers and Insulators

    • 72320 – Bricklayers
    • 72321 – Insulators

    724 – Technical maintenance trades

    7240 – Machinery and transportation equipment mechanics (except motor vehicles)

    • 72400 – Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics
    • 72401 – Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
    • 72402 – Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
    • 72403 – Railway carmen/women
    • 72404 – Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors
    • 72405 – Machine fitters
    • 72406 – Elevator constructors and mechanics

    7241 – Automotive service technicians

    • 72410 – Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers
    • 72411 – Auto body collision, refinishing and glass technicians and damage repair estimators

    7242 – Small engine and equipment mechanics and related repairers (including electrical components)

    • 72420 – Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics
    • 72421 – Appliance servicers and repairers
    • 72422 – Electrical mechanics
    • 72423 – Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics
    • 72429 – Other small engine and small equipment repairers

    725 – Technical equipment operation trades

    7250 – Crane operators and water well drillers

    • 72500 – Crane operators
    • 72501 – Water well drillers

    726 – Transportation officers and controllers

    7260 – Transportation officers and controllers

    • 72600 – Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors
    • 72601 – Air traffic controllers and related occupations
    • 72602 – Deck officers, water transport
    • 72603 – Engineer officers, water transport
    • 72604 – Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators

    729 – Others technical trades

    7299 – Others technical trades

    • 72999 – Other technical trades and related occupations

    7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations

    These occupations include trades supervisors and contractors, construction and mechanical tradespersons, operators of transportation and heavy equipment and trades helpers. These occupations are found in a wide range of industrial sectors, with many in the construction and transportation industries. This category includes most of the apprenticeable trades, including all those related to the construction industry. Other occupations in this category usually require completion of college or vocational education programs combined with on-the-job training. Helpers obtain training on the job site. Progression to supervisory positions or self-employed contractor status is possible with experience. There is limited mobility or transferability of skills among occupations in this category due to specific apprenticeship, training and licensing requirements for most occupations.

    73 – General trades

    731 – General construction trades

    7310 – Concrete finishers, tilesetters and plasterers

    • 73100 – Concrete finishers
    • 73101 – Tilesetters
    • 73102 – Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers

    7311 – Roofers, glaziers, painters, decorators and floor covering installers

    • 73110 – Roofers and shinglers
    • 73111 – Glaziers
    • 73112 – Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)
    • 73113 – Floor covering installers

    732 – Building maintenance installers, servicers and repairers

    7320 – Building maintenance installers, servicers and repairers

    • 73200 – Residential and commercial installers and servicers
    • 73201 – General building maintenance workers and building superintendents
    • 73202 – Pest controllers and fumigators
    • 73209 – Other repairers and servicers

    733 – Transportation occupations

    7330 – Transport truck and transit drivers

    • 73300 – Transport truck drivers
    • 73301 – Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators

    7331 – Train crew operating occupations

    • 73310 – Railway and yard locomotive engineers
    • 73311 – Railway conductors and brakemen/women

    734 – Operators, drillers and blasters

    7340 – Operators, drillers and blasters

    • 73400 – Heavy equipment operators
    • 73401 – Printing press operators
    • 73402 – Drillers and blasters – surface mining, quarrying and construction

    7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations

    These occupations include trades supervisors and contractors, construction and mechanical tradespersons, operators of transportation and heavy equipment and trades helpers. These occupations are found in a wide range of industrial sectors, with many in the construction and transportation industries. This category includes most of the apprenticeable trades, including all those related to the construction industry. Other occupations in this category usually require completion of college or vocational education programs combined with on-the-job training. Helpers obtain training on the job site. Progression to supervisory positions or self-employed contractor status is possible with experience. There is limited mobility or transferability of skills among occupations in this category due to specific apprenticeship, training and licensing requirements for most occupations.

    74 – Mail and message distribution, other transport equipment operators and related maintenance workers

    741 – Mail and message distribution occupations

    7410 – Mail and message distribution occupations

    • 74100 – Mail and parcel sorters and related occupations
    • 74101 – Letter carriers
    • 74102 – Couriers and messengers

    742 – Transport equipment operators, utility maintenance and related workers

    7420 – Transport equipment operators, utility maintenance and related maintenance workers

    • 74200 – Railway yard and track maintenance workers
    • 74201 – Water transport deck and engine room crew
    • 74202 – Air transport ramp attendants
    • 74203 – Automotive and heavy truck and equipment parts installers and servicers
    • 74204 – Utility maintenance workers
    • 74205 – Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers

    7 – Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations

    These occupations include trades supervisors and contractors, construction and mechanical tradespersons, operators of transportation and heavy equipment and trades helpers. These occupations are found in a wide range of industrial sectors, with many in the construction and transportation industries. This category includes most of the apprenticeable trades, including all those related to the construction industry. Other occupations in this category usually require completion of college or vocational education programs combined with on-the-job training. Helpers obtain training on the job site. Progression to supervisory positions or self-employed contractor status is possible with experience. There is limited mobility or transferability of skills among occupations in this category due to specific apprenticeship, training and licensing requirements for most occupations.

    75 – Helpers and labourers and other transport drivers, operators and labourers

    751 – Helpers and labourers

    7510 – Longshore workers and material handlers

    • 75100 – Longshore workers
    • 75101 – Material handlers

    7511 – Trades helpers and labourers

    • 75110 – Construction trades helpers and labourers
    • 75119 – Other trades helpers and labourers

    752 – Transport drivers, operators and labourers

    7520 – Taxi and personal service and delivery service drivers

    • 75200 – Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs
    • 75201 – Delivery service drivers and door-to-door distributors

    7521 – Water and rail transport operators and labourers and related occupations

    • 75210 – Boat and cable ferry operators and related occupations
    • 75211 – Railway and motor transport labourers
    • 75212 – Public works and maintenance labourers

    8 – Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations

    These occupations include supervisors and equipment operators in the natural resource-based sectors of mining, oil and gas production, forestry and logging, agriculture, horticulture and fishing. Most occupations in this category are industry specific and do not occur outside of the primary resources industries. Occupations within this category generally require completion of college or vocational education programs. Some of these occupations, however, are characterized by on-the-job training and progression through experience.

    80 – Middle management occupations in production and agriculture

    800 – Middle management occupations in production and agriculture

    8001 – Managers in natural resources production and fishing

    • 80010 – Managers in natural resources production and fishing

    8002 – Managers in agriculture, horticulture and aquaculture

    • 80020 – Managers in agriculture
    • 80021 – Managers in horticulture
    • 80022 – Managers in aquaculture

    8 – Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations

    These occupations include supervisors and equipment operators in the natural resource-based sectors of mining, oil and gas production, forestry and logging, agriculture, horticulture and fishing. Most occupations in this category are industry specific and do not occur outside of the primary resources industries. Occupations within this category generally require completion of college or vocational education programs. Some of these occupations, however, are characterized by on-the-job training and progression through experience.

    82 – Supervisors in natural resources, agriculture and related production

    820 – Supervisors in natural resources, agriculture and related production

    8201 – Supervisors, logging and forestry

    • 82010 – Supervisors, logging and forestry

    8202 – Contractors and supervisors, mining, oil and gas

    • 82020 – Supervisors, mining and quarrying
    • 82021 – Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services

    8203 – Contractors and supervisors, agriculture, horticulture and related operations and services

    • 82030 – Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors
    • 82031 – Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services

    8 – Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations

    These occupations include supervisors and equipment operators in the natural resource-based sectors of mining, oil and gas production, forestry and logging, agriculture, horticulture and fishing. Most occupations in this category are industry specific and do not occur outside of the primary resources industries. Occupations within this category generally require completion of college or vocational education programs. Some of these occupations, however, are characterized by on-the-job training and progression through experience.

    83 – Occupations in natural resources and related production

    831 – Occupations in natural resources and fisheries

    8310 – Underground miners, oil and gas drillers and related occupations

    • 83100 – Underground production and development miners
    • 83101 – Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers

    8311 – Logging machinery operators

    • 83110 – Logging machinery operators

    8312 – Fishing vessel masters and fishermen/women

    • 83120 – Fishing masters and officers
    • 83121 – Fishermen/women

    8 – Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations

    These occupations include supervisors and equipment operators in the natural resource-based sectors of mining, oil and gas production, forestry and logging, agriculture, horticulture and fishing. Most occupations in this category are industry specific and do not occur outside of the primary resources industries. Occupations within this category generally require completion of college or vocational education programs. Some of these occupations, however, are characterized by on-the-job training and progression through experience.

    84 – Workers in natural resources, agriculture and related production

    841 – Workers in natural resources and fisheries

    8410 – Mine service workers and operators in oil and gas drilling

    • 84100 – Underground mine service and support workers
    • 84101 – Oil and gas well drilling and related workers and services operators

    8411 – Logging and forestry workers

    • 84110 – Chain saw and skidder operators
    • 84111 – Silviculture and forestry workers

    8412 – Workers in agriculture and fishing occupations

    • 84120 – Specialized livestock workers and farm machinery operators
    • 84121 – Fishing vessel deckhands

    8 – Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations

    These occupations include supervisors and equipment operators in the natural resource-based sectors of mining, oil and gas production, forestry and logging, agriculture, horticulture and fishing. Most occupations in this category are industry specific and do not occur outside of the primary resources industries. Occupations within this category generally require completion of college or vocational education programs. Some of these occupations, however, are characterized by on-the-job training and progression through experience.

    85 – Harvesting, landscaping and natural resources labourers

    851 – Harvesting, landscaping and natural resources labourers

    8510 – Agriculture, horticulture and harvesting labourers and related occupations

    • 85100 – Livestock labourers
    • 85101 – Harvesting labourers
    • 85102 – Aquaculture and marine harvest labourers
    • 85103 – Nursery and greenhouse labourers
    • 85104 – Trappers and hunters

    8511 – Mine and oil and gas drilling, services and related labourers

    • 85110 – Mine labourers
    • 85111 – Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers

    8512 – Logging, forestry, landscaping and other related labourers

    • 85120 – Logging and forestry labourers
    • 85121 – Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers

    9 – Occupations in manufacturing and utilities

    This category contains supervisory, production and labouring occupations in manufacturing, processing and utilities. Occupations in this category are characterized by either technical training or internal progression, and on-the-job training. Process control occupations in this category are increasingly technical and post-secondary training is usually required. For many occupations in this category, workers typically start out as labourers and progress to machine operation occupations through experience. Progression to supervisory postions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Mobility in some of these occupations may be limited by seniority provisions of collective agreements, or may require additional training.

    90 – Middle management occupations in manufacturing and utilities

    900 – Middle management occupations in manufacturing and utilities

    9001 – Managers in manufacturing and utilities

    • 90010 – Manufacturing managers
    • 90011 – Utilities managers

    9 – Occupations in manufacturing and utilities

    This category contains supervisory, production and labouring occupations in manufacturing, processing and utilities. Occupations in this category are characterized by either technical training or internal progression, and on-the-job training. Process control occupations in this category are increasingly technical and post-secondary training is usually required. For many occupations in this category, workers typically start out as labourers and progress to machine operation occupations through experience. Progression to supervisory postions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Mobility in some of these occupations may be limited by seniority provisions of collective agreements, or may require additional training.

    92 – Processing, manufacturing and utilities supervisors and utilities operators and controllers

    920 – Supervisors, processing, manufacturing, assembly and fabrication occupations

    9201 – Supervisors, processing and manufacturing occupations

    • 92010 – Supervisors, mineral and metal processing
    • 92011 – Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities
    • 92012 – Supervisors, food and beverage processing
    • 92013 – Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing
    • 92014 – Supervisors, forest products processing
    • 92015 – Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing

    9202 – Supervisors, assembly and fabrication

    • 92020 – Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling
    • 92021 – Supervisors, electronics and electrical products manufacturing
    • 92022 – Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing
    • 92023 – Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing
    • 92024 – Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly

    921 – Utilities equipment operators and controllers

    9210 – Utilities equipment operators and controllers

    • 92100 – Power engineers and power systems operators
    • 92101 – Water and waste treatment plant operators

    9 – Occupations in manufacturing and utilities

    This category contains supervisory, production and labouring occupations in manufacturing, processing and utilities. Occupations in this category are characterized by either technical training or internal progression, and on-the-job training. Process control occupations in this category are increasingly technical and post-secondary training is usually required. For many occupations in this category, workers typically start out as labourers and progress to machine operation occupations through experience. Progression to supervisory postions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Mobility in some of these occupations may be limited by seniority provisions of collective agreements, or may require additional training.

    93 – Central control and process operators and aircraft assembly assemblers and inspectors

    931 – Central control and process operators in processing and manufacturing

    9310 – Central control and process operators in processing and manufacturing

    • 93100 – Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing
    • 93101 – Central control and process operators, petroleum, gas and chemical processing
    • 93102 – Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators

    932 – Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors

    9320 – Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors

    • 93200 – Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors

    9 – Occupations in manufacturing and utilities

    This category contains supervisory, production and labouring occupations in manufacturing, processing and utilities. Occupations in this category are characterized by either technical training or internal progression, and on-the-job training. Process control occupations in this category are increasingly technical and post-secondary training is usually required. For many occupations in this category, workers typically start out as labourers and progress to machine operation occupations through experience. Progression to supervisory postions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Mobility in some of these occupations may be limited by seniority provisions of collective agreements, or may require additional training.

    94 – Machine operators, assemblers and inspectors in processing, manufacturing and printing

    941 – Processing and manufacturing machine operators and related production workers

    9410 – Machine operators and related workers in mineral and metal products processing and manufacturing

    • 94100 – Machine operators, mineral and metal processing
    • 94101 – Foundry workers
    • 94102 – Glass forming and finishing machine operators and glass cutters
    • 94103 – Concrete, clay and stone forming operators
    • 94104 – Inspectors and testers, mineral and metal processing
    • 94105 – Metalworking and forging machine operators
    • 94106 – Machining tool operators
    • 94107 – Machine operators of other meta products

    9411 – Machine operators and related workers in chemical, plastic and rubber processing

    • 94110 – Chemical plant machine operators
    • 94111 – Plastics processing machine operators
    • 94112 – Rubber processing machine operators and related workers

    9412 – Machine operators and related workers in pulp and paper production and wood processing and manufacturing

    • 94120 – Sawmill machine operators
    • 94121 – Pulp mill, papermaking and finishing machine operators
    • 94122 – Paper converting machine operators
    • 94123 – Lumber graders and other wood processing inspectors and graders
    • 94124 – Woodworking machine operators
    • 94129 – Other wood processing machine operators

    9413 – Machine operators and related workers in textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing

    • 94130 – Textile fibre and yarn, hide and pelt processing machine operators and workers
    • 94131 – Weavers, knitters and other fabric making occupations
    • 94132 – Industrial sewing machine operators
    • 94133 – Inspectors and graders, textile, fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing

    9414 – Machine operators and related workers in food, beverage and associated products processing

    • 94140 – Process control and machine operators, food and beverage processing
    • 94141 – Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers
    • 94142 – Fish and seafood plant workers
    • 94143 – Testers and graders, food and beverage processing

    9415 – Printing equipment operators and related occupations

    • 94150 – Plateless printing equipment operators
    • 94151 – Camera, platemaking and other prepress occupations
    • 94152 – Binding and finishing machine operators
    • 94153 – Photographic and film processors

    942 – Assemblers and inspectors in manufacturing

    9420 – Mechanical, electrical and electronics assemblers and inspectors

    • 94200 – Motor vehicle assemblers, inspectors and testers
    • 94201 – Electronics assemblers, fabricators, inspectors and testers
    • 94202 – Assemblers and inspectors, electrical appliance, apparatus and equipment manufacturing
    • 94203 – Assemblers, fabricators and inspectors, industrial electrical motors and transformers
    • 94204 – Mechanical assemblers and inspectors
    • 94205 – Machine operators and inspectors, electrical apparatus manufacturing

    9421 – Furniture, wood, plastic and other products assemblers, finishers and inspectors

    • 94210 – Furniture and fixture assemblers, finishers, refinishers and inspectors
    • 94211 – Assemblers and inspectors of other wood products
    • 94212 – Plastic products assemblers, finishers and inspectors
    • 94213 – Industrial painters, coaters and metal finishing process operators
    • 94219 – Other products assemblers, finishers and inspectors

    9 – Occupations in manufacturing and utilities

    This category contains supervisory, production and labouring occupations in manufacturing, processing and utilities. Occupations in this category are characterized by either technical training or internal progression, and on-the-job training. Process control occupations in this category are increasingly technical and post-secondary training is usually required. For many occupations in this category, workers typically start out as labourers and progress to machine operation occupations through experience. Progression to supervisory postions requires experience in the occupations supervised. Mobility in some of these occupations may be limited by seniority provisions of collective agreements, or may require additional training.

    95 – Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities

    951 – Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities

    9510 – Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities

    • 95100 – Labourers in mineral and metal processing
    • 95101 – Labourers in metal fabrication
    • 95102 – Labourers in chemical products processing and utilities
    • 95103 – Labourers in wood, pulp and paper processing
    • 95104 – Labourers in rubber and plastic products manufacturing
    • 95105 – Labourers in textile processing and cutting
    • 95106 – Labourers in food and beverage processing
    • 95107 – Labourers in fish and seafood processing
    • 95109 – Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities

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    Broad occupational category
    0
    Legislative and senior management occupations
    1
    Business, finance and administration occupations
    2
    Natural and applied sciences and related occupations
    3
    Health occupations
    4
    Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services
    5
    Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport
    6
    Sales and service occupations
    7
    Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations
    8
    Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations
    9
    Occupations in manufacturing and utilities
    Training, Education, Experience and Responsibilities (TEER)
    0
    Management occupations
    1
    Occupations usually require a university degree
    2
    Occupations usually require a college diploma or apprenticeship training of two or more years; or supervisory occupations
    3
    Occupations usually require a college diploma or apprenticeship training of less than two years; or more than six months of on-the-job training
    4
    Occupations usually require a secondary school diploma; or several weeks of on-the-job training
    5
    Occupations usually require short-term work demonstration and no formal education
    Major group
    00
    Legislative and senior managers
    10
    Specialized middle management occupations in administrative services, financial and business services and communication (except broadcasting)
    11
    Professional occupations in finance and business
    12
    Administrative and financial supervisors and specialized administrative occupations
    13
    Administrative occupations and transportation logistics occupations
    14
    Administrative and financial support and supply chain logistics occupations
    20
    Specialized middle management occupations in engineering, architecture, science and information systems
    21
    Professional occupations in natural and applied sciences
    22
    Technical occupations related to natural and applied sciences
    30
    Specialized middle management occupations in health care
    31
    Professional occupations in health
    32
    Technical occupations in health
    33
    Assisting occupations in support of health services
    40
    Managers in public administration, in education and social and community services and in public protection services
    41
    Professional occupations in law, education, social, community and government services
    42
    Front-line public protection services and paraprofessional occupations in legal, social, community, education services
    43
    Assisting occupations in education and in legal and public protection
    44
    Care providers and public protection support occupations
    45
    Student monitors, crossing guards and related occupations
    50
    Specialized middle management occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport
    51
    Professional occupations in art and culture
    52
    Technical occupations in art, culture and sport
    53
    Occupations in art, culture and sport
    54
    Support occupations in sport
    55
    Support occupations in art and culture
    60
    Middle management occupations in retail and wholesale trade and customer services
    62
    Retail sales and service supervisors and specialized occupations in sales and services
    63
    Occupations in sales and services
    64
    Sales and service representatives and other customer and personal services occupations
    65
    Sales and service support occupations
    70
    Middle management occupations in trades and transportation
    72
    Technical trades and transportation officers and controllers
    73
    General trades
    74
    Mail and message distribution, other transport equipment operators and related maintenance workers
    75
    Helpers and labourers and other transport drivers, operators and labourers
    80
    Middle management occupations in production and agriculture
    82
    Supervisors in natural resources, agriculture and related production
    83
    Occupations in natural resources and related production
    84
    Workers in natural resources, agriculture and related production
    85
    Harvesting, landscaping and natural resources labourers
    90
    Middle management occupations in manufacturing and utilities
    92
    Processing, manufacturing and utilities supervisors and utilities operators and controllers
    93
    Central control and process operators and aircraft assembly assemblers and inspectors
    94
    Machine operators, assemblers and inspectors in processing, manufacturing and printing
    95
    Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities
    Sub-major group
    000
    Legislative and senior managers
    100
    Specialized middle management occupations in administrative services, financial and business services and communication (except broadcasting)
    111
    Professional occupations in finance
    112
    Professional occupations in business
    120
    Administrative and financial supervisors
    121
    Specialized administrative occupations
    122
    Accounting, insurance and related business administrative occupations
    131
    Administrative occupations
    132
    Transportation and production logistics coordinators and customs and related broker occupations
    141
    Office, court, and data support occupations
    142
    Financial, insurance and related administrative support workers
    143
    Library, correspondence and other clerks
    144
    Supply chain logistics, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations
    200
    Specialized middle management occupations in engineering, architecture, science and information systems
    211
    Professional occupations in natural sciences
    212
    Professional occupations in applied sciences (except engineering)
    213
    Professional occupations in engineering
    221
    Technical occupations related to natural sciences
    222
    Technical occupations related to applied sciences (except engineering)
    223
    Technical occupations related to engineering
    300
    Specialized middle management occupations in health care
    311
    Health treating and consultation services professionals
    312
    Therapy and assessment professionals
    313
    Nursing and allied health professionals
    321
    Technical occupations in health (except practitioners of natural healing)
    322
    Practitioners of natural healing
    331
    Assisting occupations in support of health services
    400
    Managers in public administration, in education and social and community services and in public protection services
    411
    Professional occupations in law
    412
    Professional occupations in education services
    413
    Professional occupations in social and community services
    414
    Professional occupations in government services
    421
    Occupations in front-line public protection services
    422
    Paraprofessional occupations in legal, social, community and education services
    431
    Assisting occupations in education
    432
    Assisting occupations in legal and public protection
    441
    Home care provider occupations
    442
    Primary combat members of the Canadian Armed Forces
    451
    Student monitors, crossing guards and related occupations
    500
    Specialized middle management occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport
    511
    Professional occupations in art and culture
    521
    Technical occupations in art and culture
    531
    Occupations in art and culture
    532
    Occupations in sports
    541
    Support occupations in sport
    551
    Support occupations in art and culture
    600
    Middle management occupations in retail and wholesale trade and customer services
    620
    Retail sales and service supervisors
    621
    Specialized sales occupations
    622
    Specialized services occupations
    631
    Occupations in sales
    632
    Occupations in services
    641
    Retail salespersons and non-technical wholesale trade sales and account representatives
    642
    Occupations in personal service
    643
    Occupations in food, accommodation and tourism
    644
    Occupations in customer, information and protective services
    651
    Sales support occupations
    652
    Support occupations in food, accommodation and tourism
    653
    Support occupations in cleaning and related services
    700
    Middle management occupations in trades and transportation
    720
    Technical trades contractors and supervisors
    721
    Technical industrial trades
    722
    Technical electrical trades
    723
    Technical construction trades
    724
    Technical maintenance trades
    725
    Technical equipment operation trades
    726
    Transportation officers and controllers
    729
    Others technical trades
    731
    General construction trades
    732
    Building maintenance installers, servicers and repairers
    733
    Transportation occupations
    734
    Operators, drillers and blasters
    741
    Mail and message distribution occupations
    742
    Transport equipment operators, utility maintenance and related workers
    751
    Helpers and labourers
    752
    Transport drivers, operators and labourers
    800
    Middle management occupations in production and agriculture
    820
    Supervisors in natural resources, agriculture and related production
    831
    Occupations in natural resources and fisheries
    841
    Workers in natural resources and fisheries
    851
    Harvesting, landscaping and natural resources labourers
    900
    Middle management occupations in manufacturing and utilities
    920
    Supervisors, processing, manufacturing, assembly and fabrication occupations
    921
    Utilities equipment operators and controllers
    931
    Central control and process operators in processing and manufacturing
    932
    Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors
    941
    Processing and manufacturing machine operators and related production workers
    942
    Assemblers and inspectors in manufacturing
    951
    Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities
    Minor group
    0001
    Legislators and senior management
    1001
    Administrative services managers
    1002
    Managers in financial and business services
    1003
    Managers in communication (except broadcasting)
    1110
    Auditors, accountants and investment professionals
    1120
    Human resources and business service professionals
    1201
    Administrative and financial supervisors
    1210
    Administrative and regulatory occupations
    1211
    Court reporters, transcriptionists, records management technicians and statistical officers
    1220
    Accounting, insurance and related business administrative occupations
    1310
    Administrative, property and payroll officers
    1311
    Office administrative assistants – general, legal and medical
    1320
    Transportation and production logistics coordinators and customs and related broker occupations
    1410
    Office support and court services occupations
    1411
    Survey, statistical and data entry occupations
    1420
    Financial, insurance and related administrative support workers
    1430
    Library, correspondence and other clerks
    1440
    Supply chain logistics, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations
    2001
    Managers in engineering, architecture, science and information systems
    2110
    Physical science professionals
    2111
    Life science professionals
    2112
    Public and environmental health and safety professionals
    2120
    Architects, urban planners and land surveyors
    2121
    Mathematicians, statisticians, actuaries and data scientists
    2122
    Computer and information systems professionals
    2123
    Computer, software and Web designers and developers
    2130
    Civil and mechanical engineers
    2131
    Electrical, electronics and computer engineers
    2132
    Manufacturing and processing engineers
    2133
    Natural resources engineers
    2139
    Other engineers
    2210
    Technical occupations in physical sciences
    2211
    Technical occupations in life sciences
    2221
    Technical occupations in architecture, drafting, surveying, geomatics and meteorology
    2222
    Technical occupations in computer and information systems
    2223
    Technical inspectors and regulatory officers
    2230
    Technical occupations in civil, mechanical and industrial engineering
    2231
    Technical occupations in electronics and electrical engineering
    3001
    Managers in health care
    3110
    Physicians and veterinarians
    3111
    Dentists, optometrists and audiologists
    3112
    Pharmacists and dietitians
    3120
    Therapy and assessment professionals
    3130
    Nursing and allied health professionals
    3210
    Technical occupations in therapy and assessment
    3211
    Technical occupations in dental health care
    3212
    Medical technologists and technicians
    3220
    Practitioners of natural healing
    3310
    Assisting occupations in support of health services
    4001
    Managers in public administration
    4002
    Managers in education
    4003
    Managers in social, community and correctional services
    4004
    Managers in public protection services
    4110
    Judges, lawyers and Quebec notaries
    4120
    University professors and post-secondary assistants
    4121
    College and other vocational instructors
    4122
    Secondary, elementary and kindergarten school teachers
    4130
    Social and community service professionals
    4131
    Police investigators and probation officers
    4132
    Educational and employment counsellors
    4140
    Policy and program researchers, consultants and officers
    4210
    Occupations in front-line public protection services
    4220
    Paraprofessional occupations in legal, social, community and education services
    4310
    Assisting occupations in education
    4320
    Assisting occupations in legal and public protection
    4410
    Home care provider occupations
    4420
    Primary combat members of the Canadian Armed Forces
    4510
    Student monitors, crossing guards and related occupations
    5001
    Managers in art, culture, recreation and sport
    5110
    Librarians, archivists, conservators and curators
    5111
    Writing, translating and related communications professionals
    5112
    Creative and performing artists
    5210
    Technical occupations in libraries and public archives
    5211
    Technical occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts
    5212
    Graphic and interior designers
    5310
    Occupations related to museums and art galleries
    5311
    Photographers and support occupations in arts and culture
    5312
    Occupations in creative and performing art
    5320
    Athletes, coaches, referees and related occupations
    5410
    Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
    5510
    Support occupations in art and culture
    6001
    Corporate sales managers
    6002
    Retail and wholesale trade managers
    6003
    Managers in food service and accommodation
    6004
    Managers in customer and personal services
    6201
    Retail sales supervisors
    6202
    Service supervisors
    6210
    Technical sales specialists in wholesale trade and retail and wholesale buyers
    6220
    Specialized occupations in services
    6310
    Insurance, real estate and financial sales occupations
    6320
    Cooks, butchers and bakers
    6321
    Hairstylists and estheticians
    6322
    Shoe repairers, shoemakers and upholsterers
    6410
    Retail salespersons and non-technical wholesale trade sales and account representatives
    6420
    Occupations in personal service
    6430
    Occupations in food and beverage service
    6431
    Occupations in travel and accommodation
    6432
    Tourism and amusement services occupations
    6440
    Customer and information services representatives
    6441
    Security guards and related security service occupations
    6510
    Cashiers and other sales support occupations
    6520
    Food support occupations
    6521
    Support occupations in accommodation, travel, tourism and amusement services
    6522
    Support occupations in personal services
    6531
    Cleaners
    6532
    Service support and related occupations
    7001
    Managers in construction and facility operation and maintenance
    7002
    Managers in transportation and postal and courier services
    7201
    Contractors and supervisors, technical industrial, electrical and construction trades and related workers
    7202
    Contractors and supervisors, technical maintenance trades and heavy equipment and transport operators
    7210
    Machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades
    7220
    Technical electrical trades and electrical power line and telecommunications workers
    7230
    Plumbers, pipefitters and gas fitters
    7231
    Carpenters and cabinetmakers
    7232
    Bricklayers and Insulators
    7240
    Machinery and transportation equipment mechanics (except motor vehicles)
    7241
    Automotive service technicians
    7242
    Small engine and equipment mechanics and related repairers (including electrical components)
    7250
    Crane operators and water well drillers
    7260
    Transportation officers and controllers
    7299
    Others technical trades
    7310
    Concrete finishers, tilesetters and plasterers
    7311
    Roofers, glaziers, painters, decorators and floor covering installers
    7320
    Building maintenance installers, servicers and repairers
    7330
    Transport truck and transit drivers
    7331
    Train crew operating occupations
    7340
    Operators, drillers and blasters
    7410
    Mail and message distribution occupations
    7420
    Transport equipment operators, utility maintenance and related maintenance workers
    7510
    Longshore workers and material handlers
    7511
    Trades helpers and labourers
    7520
    Taxi and personal service and delivery service drivers
    7521
    Water and rail transport operators and labourers and related occupations
    8001
    Managers in natural resources production and fishing
    8002
    Managers in agriculture, horticulture and aquaculture
    8201
    Supervisors, logging and forestry
    8202
    Contractors and supervisors, mining, oil and gas
    8203
    Contractors and supervisors, agriculture, horticulture and related operations and services
    8310
    Underground miners, oil and gas drillers and related occupations
    8311
    Logging machinery operators
    8312
    Fishing vessel masters and fishermen/women
    8410
    Mine service workers and operators in oil and gas drilling
    8411
    Logging and forestry workers
    8412
    Workers in agriculture and fishing occupations
    8510
    Agriculture, horticulture and harvesting labourers and related occupations
    8511
    Mine and oil and gas drilling, services and related labourers
    8512
    Logging, forestry, landscaping and other related labourers
    9001
    Managers in manufacturing and utilities
    9201
    Supervisors, processing and manufacturing occupations
    9202
    Supervisors, assembly and fabrication
    9210
    Utilities equipment operators and controllers
    9310
    Central control and process operators in processing and manufacturing
    9320
    Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors
    9410
    Machine operators and related workers in mineral and metal products processing and manufacturing
    9411
    Machine operators and related workers in chemical, plastic and rubber processing
    9412
    Machine operators and related workers in pulp and paper production and wood processing and manufacturing
    9413
    Machine operators and related workers in textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing
    9414
    Machine operators and related workers in food, beverage and associated products processing
    9415
    Printing equipment operators and related occupations
    9420
    Mechanical, electrical and electronics assemblers and inspectors
    9421
    Furniture, wood, plastic and other products assemblers, finishers and inspectors
    9510
    Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities
    Unit group
    00010
    Legislators
    00011
    Senior government managers and officials
    00012
    Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services
    00013
    Senior managers – health, education, social and community services and membership organizations
    00014
    Senior managers – trade, broadcasting and other services
    00015
    Senior managers – construction, transportation, production and utilities
    10010
    Financial managers
    10011
    Human resources managers
    10012
    Purchasing managers
    10019
    Other administrative services managers
    10020
    Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers
    10021
    Banking, credit and other investment managers
    10022
    Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
    10029
    Other business services managers
    10030
    Telecommunication carriers managers
    11100
    Financial auditors and accountants
    11101
    Financial and investment analysts
    11102
    Financial advisors
    11103
    Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers
    11109
    Other financial officers
    11200
    Human resources professionals
    11201
    Professional occupations in business management consulting
    11202
    Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations
    12010
    Supervisors, general office and administrative support workers
    12011
    Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers
    12012
    Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workers
    12013
    Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations
    12100
    Executive assistants
    12101
    Human resources and recruitment officers
    12102
    Procurement and purchasing agents and officers
    12103
    Conference and event planners
    12104
    Employment insurance and revenue officers
    12110
    Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations
    12111
    Health information management occupations
    12112
    Records management technicians
    12113
    Statistical officers and related research support occupations
    12200
    Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
    12201
    Insurance adjusters and claims examiners
    12202
    Insurance underwriters
    12203
    Assessors, business valuators and appraisers
    13100
    Administrative officers
    13101
    Property administrators
    13102
    Payroll administrators
    13110
    Administrative assistants
    13111
    Legal administrative assistants
    13112
    Medical administrative assistants
    13200
    Customs, ship and other brokers
    13201
    Production and transportation logistics coordinators
    14100
    General office support workers
    14101
    Receptionists
    14102
    Personnel clerks
    14103
    Court clerks and related court services occupations
    14110
    Survey interviewers and statistical clerks
    14111
    Data entry clerks
    14112
    Desktop publishing operators and related occupations
    14200
    Accounting and related clerks
    14201
    Banking, insurance and other financial clerks
    14202
    Collection clerks
    14300
    Library assistants and clerks
    14301
    Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks
    14400
    Shippers and receivers
    14401
    Storekeepers and partspersons
    14402
    Production logistics workers
    14403
    Purchasing and inventory control workers
    14404
    Dispatchers
    14405
    Transportation route and crew schedulers
    20010
    Engineering managers
    20011
    Architecture and science managers
    20012
    Computer and information systems managers
    21100
    Physicists and astronomers
    21101
    Chemists
    21102
    Geoscientists and oceanographers
    21103
    Meteorologists and climatologists
    21109
    Other professional occupations in physical sciences
    21110
    Biologists and related scientists
    21111
    Forestry professionals
    21112
    Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists
    21120
    Public and environmental health and safety professionals
    21200
    Architects
    21201
    Landscape architects
    21202
    Urban and land use planners
    21203
    Land surveyors
    21210
    Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
    21211
    Data scientists
    21220
    Cybersecurity specialists
    21221
    Business systems specialists
    21222
    Information systems specialists
    21223
    Database analysts and data administrators
    21230
    Computer systems developers and programmers
    21231
    Software engineers and designers
    21232
    Software developers and programmers
    21233
    Web designers
    21234
    Web developers and programmers
    21300
    Civil engineers
    21301
    Mechanical engineers
    21310
    Electrical and electronics engineers
    21311
    Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)
    21320
    Chemical engineers
    21321
    Industrial and manufacturing engineers
    21322
    Metallurgical and materials engineers
    21330
    Mining engineers
    21331
    Geological engineers
    21332
    Petroleum engineers
    21390
    Aerospace engineers
    21399
    Other professional engineers
    22100
    Chemical technologists and technicians
    22101
    Geological and mineral technologists and technicians
    22110
    Biological technologists and technicians
    22111
    Agricultural and fish products inspectors
    22112
    Forestry technologists and technicians
    22113
    Conservation and fishery officers
    22114
    Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists
    22210
    Architectural technologists and technicians
    22211
    Industrial designers
    22212
    Drafting technologists and technicians
    22213
    Land survey technologists and technicians
    22214
    Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology
    22220
    Computer network and web technicians
    22221
    User support technicians
    22222
    Information systems testing technicians
    22230
    Non-destructive testers and inspectors
    22231
    Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers
    22232
    Occupational health and safety specialists
    22233
    Construction inspectors
    22300
    Civil engineering technologists and technicians
    22301
    Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians
    22302
    Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians
    22303
    Construction estimators
    22310
    Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
    22311
    Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)
    22312
    Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
    22313
    Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors
    30010
    Managers in health care
    31100
    Specialists in clinical and laboratory medicine
    31101
    Specialists in surgery
    31102
    General practitioners and family physicians
    31103
    Veterinarians
    31110
    Dentists
    31111
    Optometrists
    31112
    Audiologists and speech-language pathologists
    31120
    Pharmacists
    31121
    Dietitians and nutritionists
    31200
    Psychologists
    31201
    Chiropractors
    31202
    Physiotherapists
    31203
    Occupational therapists
    31204
    Kinesiologists and other professional occupations in therapy and assessment
    31209
    Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating
    31300
    Nursing coordinators and supervisors
    31301
    Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses
    31302
    Nurse practitioners
    31303
    Physician assistants, midwives and allied health professionals
    32100
    Opticians
    32101
    Licensed practical nurses
    32102
    Paramedical occupations
    32103
    Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists
    32104
    Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians
    32109
    Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment
    32110
    Denturists
    32111
    Dental hygienists and dental therapists
    32112
    Dental technologists and technicians
    32120
    Medical laboratory technologists
    32121
    Medical radiation technologists
    32122
    Medical sonographers
    32123
    Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists
    32124
    Pharmacy technicians
    32129
    Other medical technologists and technicians
    32200
    Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturists
    32201
    Massage therapists
    32209
    Other practitioners of natural healing
    33100
    Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants
    33101
    Medical laboratory assistants and related technical occupations
    33102
    Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
    33103
    Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants
    33109
    Other assisting occupations in support of health services
    40010
    Government managers – health and social policy development and program administration
    40011
    Government managers – economic analysis, policy development and program administration
    40012
    Government managers – education policy development and program administration
    40019
    Other managers in public administration
    40020
    Administrators – post-secondary education and vocational training
    40021
    School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education
    40030
    Managers in social, community and correctional services
    40040
    Commissioned police officers and related occupations in public protection services
    40041
    Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers
    40042
    Commissioned officers of the Canadian Armed Forces
    41100
    Judges
    41101
    Lawyers and Quebec notaries
    41200
    University professors and lecturers
    41201
    Post-secondary teaching and research assistants
    41210
    College and other vocational instructors
    41220
    Secondary school teachers
    41221
    Elementary school and kindergarten teachers
    41300
    Social workers
    41301
    Therapists in counselling and related specialized therapies
    41302
    Religious leaders
    41310
    Police investigators and other investigative occupations
    41311
    Probation and parole officers
    41320
    Educational counsellors
    41321
    Career development practitioners and career counsellors (except education)
    41400
    Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    41401
    Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts
    41402
    Business development officers and market researchers and analysts
    41403
    Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    41404
    Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    41405
    Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    41406
    Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers
    41407
    Program officers unique to government
    41409
    Other professional occupations in social science
    42100
    Police officers (except commissioned)
    42101
    Firefighters
    42102
    Specialized members of the Canadian Armed Forces
    42200
    Paralegals and related occupations
    42201
    Social and community service workers
    42202
    Early childhood educators and assistants
    42203
    Instructors of persons with disabilities
    42204
    Religion workers
    43100
    Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants
    43109
    Other instructors
    43200
    Sheriffs and bailiffs
    43201
    Correctional service officers
    43202
    By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers
    43203
    Border services, customs, and immigration officers
    43204
    Operations Members of the Canadian Armed Forces
    44100
    Home child care providers
    44101
    Home support workers, caregivers and related occupations
    44200
    Primary combat members of the Canadian Armed Forces
    45100
    Student monitors, crossing guards and related occupations
    50010
    Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers
    50011
    Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
    50012
    Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors
    51100
    Librarians
    51101
    Conservators and curators
    51102
    Archivists
    51110
    Editors
    51111
    Authors and writers (except technical)
    51112
    Technical writers
    51113
    Journalists
    51114
    Translators, terminologists and interpreters
    51120
    Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations
    51121
    Conductors, composers and arrangers
    51122
    Musicians and singers
    52100
    Library and public archive technicians
    52110
    Film and video camera operators
    52111
    Graphic arts technicians
    52112
    Broadcast technicians
    52113
    Audio and video recording technicians
    52114
    Announcers and other broadcasters
    52119
    Other technical and coordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts
    52120
    Graphic designers and illustrators
    52121
    Interior designers and interior decorators
    53100
    Registrars, restorers, interpreters and other occupations related to museum and art galleries
    53110
    Photographers
    53111
    Motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and performing arts assistants and operators
    53120
    Dancers
    53121
    Actors, comedians and circus performers
    53122
    Painters, sculptors and other visual artists
    53123
    Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers
    53124
    Artisans and craftspersons
    53125
    Patternmakers – textile, leather and fur products
    53200
    Athletes
    53201
    Coaches
    53202
    Sports officials and referees
    54100
    Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
    55109
    Other performers
    60010
    Corporate sales managers
    60020
    Retail and wholesale trade managers
    60030
    Restaurant and food service managers
    60031
    Accommodation service managers
    60040
    Managers in customer and personal services
    62010
    Retail sales supervisors
    62020
    Food service supervisors
    62021
    Executive housekeepers
    62022
    Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors
    62023
    Customer and information services supervisors
    62024
    Cleaning supervisors
    62029
    Other services supervisors
    62100
    Technical sales specialists – wholesale trade
    62101
    Retail and wholesale buyers
    62200
    Chefs
    62201
    Funeral directors and embalmers
    62202
    Jewellers, jewellery and watch repairers and related occupations
    63100
    Insurance agents and brokers
    63101
    Real estate agents and salespersons
    63102
    Financial sales representatives
    63200
    Cooks
    63201
    Butchers – retail and wholesale
    63202
    Bakers
    63210
    Hairstylists and barbers
    63211
    Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations
    63220
    Shoe repairers and shoemakers
    63221
    Upholsterers
    64100
    Retail salespersons and visual merchandisers
    64101
    Sales and account representatives – wholesale trade (non-technical)
    64200
    Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners
    64201
    Image, social and other personal consultants
    64300
    Maîtres d’hôtel and hosts/hostesses
    64301
    Bartenders
    64310
    Travel counsellors
    64311
    Pursers and flight attendants
    64312
    Airline ticket and service agents
    64313
    Ground and water transport ticket agents, cargo service representatives and related clerks
    64314
    Hotel front desk clerks
    64320
    Tour and travel guides
    64321
    Casino workers
    64322
    Outdoor sport and recreational guides
    64400
    Customer services representatives – financial institutions
    64401
    Postal services representatives
    64409
    Other customer and information services representatives
    64410
    Security guards and related security service occupations
    65100
    Cashiers
    65101
    Service station attendants
    65102
    Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers
    65109
    Other sales related occupations
    65200
    Food and beverage servers
    65201
    Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations
    65202
    Meat cutters and fishmongers – retail and wholesale
    65210
    Support occupations in accommodation, travel and facilities set-up services
    65211
    Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport
    65220
    Pet groomers and animal care workers
    65229
    Other support occupations in personal services
    65310
    Light duty cleaners
    65311
    Specialized cleaners
    65312
    Janitors, caretakers and heavy-duty cleaners
    65320
    Dry cleaning, laundry and related occupations
    65329
    Other service support occupations
    70010
    Construction managers
    70011
    Home building and renovation managers
    70012
    Facility operation and maintenance managers
    70020
    Managers in transportation
    70021
    Postal and courier services managers
    72010
    Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations
    72011
    Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations
    72012
    Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades
    72013
    Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades
    72014
    Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers
    72020
    Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades
    72021
    Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews
    72022
    Supervisors, printing and related occupations
    72023
    Supervisors, railway transport operations
    72024
    Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators
    72025
    Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations
    72100
    Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors
    72101
    Tool and die makers
    72102
    Sheet metal workers
    72103
    Boilermakers
    72104
    Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters
    72105
    Ironworkers
    72106
    Welders and related machine operators
    72200
    Electricians (except industrial and power system)
    72201
    Industrial electricians
    72202
    Power system electricians
    72203
    Electrical power line and cable workers
    72204
    Telecommunications line and cable installers and repairers
    72205
    Telecommunications equipment installation and cable television service technicians
    72300
    Plumbers
    72301
    Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
    72302
    Gas fitters
    72310
    Carpenters
    72311
    Cabinetmakers
    72320
    Bricklayers
    72321
    Insulators
    72400
    Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics
    72401
    Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
    72402
    Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
    72403
    Railway carmen/women
    72404
    Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors
    72405
    Machine fitters
    72406
    Elevator constructors and mechanics
    72410
    Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers
    72411
    Auto body collision, refinishing and glass technicians and damage repair estimators
    72420
    Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics
    72421
    Appliance servicers and repairers
    72422
    Electrical mechanics
    72423
    Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics
    72429
    Other small engine and small equipment repairers
    72500
    Crane operators
    72501
    Water well drillers
    72600
    Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors
    72601
    Air traffic controllers and related occupations
    72602
    Deck officers, water transport
    72603
    Engineer officers, water transport
    72604
    Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators
    72999
    Other technical trades and related occupations
    73100
    Concrete finishers
    73101
    Tilesetters
    73102
    Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers
    73110
    Roofers and shinglers
    73111
    Glaziers
    73112
    Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)
    73113
    Floor covering installers
    73200
    Residential and commercial installers and servicers
    73201
    General building maintenance workers and building superintendents
    73202
    Pest controllers and fumigators
    73209
    Other repairers and servicers
    73300
    Transport truck drivers
    73301
    Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators
    73310
    Railway and yard locomotive engineers
    73311
    Railway conductors and brakemen/women
    73400
    Heavy equipment operators
    73401
    Printing press operators
    73402
    Drillers and blasters – surface mining, quarrying and construction
    74100
    Mail and parcel sorters and related occupations
    74101
    Letter carriers
    74102
    Couriers and messengers
    74200
    Railway yard and track maintenance workers
    74201
    Water transport deck and engine room crew
    74202
    Air transport ramp attendants
    74203
    Automotive and heavy truck and equipment parts installers and servicers
    74204
    Utility maintenance workers
    74205
    Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers
    75100
    Longshore workers
    75101
    Material handlers
    75110
    Construction trades helpers and labourers
    75119
    Other trades helpers and labourers
    75200
    Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs
    75201
    Delivery service drivers and door-to-door distributors
    75210
    Boat and cable ferry operators and related occupations
    75211
    Railway and motor transport labourers
    75212
    Public works and maintenance labourers
    80010
    Managers in natural resources production and fishing
    80020
    Managers in agriculture
    80021
    Managers in horticulture
    80022
    Managers in aquaculture
    82010
    Supervisors, logging and forestry
    82020
    Supervisors, mining and quarrying
    82021
    Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services
    82030
    Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors
    82031
    Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services
    83100
    Underground production and development miners
    83101
    Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers
    83110
    Logging machinery operators
    83120
    Fishing masters and officers
    83121
    Fishermen/women
    84100
    Underground mine service and support workers
    84101
    Oil and gas well drilling and related workers and services operators
    84110
    Chain saw and skidder operators
    84111
    Silviculture and forestry workers
    84120
    Specialized livestock workers and farm machinery operators
    84121
    Fishing vessel deckhands
    85100
    Livestock labourers
    85101
    Harvesting labourers
    85102
    Aquaculture and marine harvest labourers
    85103
    Nursery and greenhouse labourers
    85104
    Trappers and hunters
    85110
    Mine labourers
    85111
    Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers
    85120
    Logging and forestry labourers
    85121
    Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers
    90010
    Manufacturing managers
    90011
    Utilities managers
    92010
    Supervisors, mineral and metal processing
    92011
    Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities
    92012
    Supervisors, food and beverage processing
    92013
    Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing
    92014
    Supervisors, forest products processing
    92015
    Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing
    92020
    Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling
    92021
    Supervisors, electronics and electrical products manufacturing
    92022
    Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing
    92023
    Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing
    92024
    Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly
    92100
    Power engineers and power systems operators
    92101
    Water and waste treatment plant operators
    93100
    Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing
    93101
    Central control and process operators, petroleum, gas and chemical processing
    93102
    Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators
    93200
    Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors
    94100
    Machine operators, mineral and metal processing
    94101
    Foundry workers
    94102
    Glass forming and finishing machine operators and glass cutters
    94103
    Concrete, clay and stone forming operators
    94104
    Inspectors and testers, mineral and metal processing
    94105
    Metalworking and forging machine operators
    94106
    Machining tool operators
    94107
    Machine operators of other metal products
    94110
    Chemical plant machine operators
    94111
    Plastics processing machine operators
    94112
    Rubber processing machine operators and related workers
    94120
    Sawmill machine operators
    94121
    Pulp mill, papermaking and finishing machine operators
    94122
    Paper converting machine operators
    94123
    Lumber graders and other wood processing inspectors and graders
    94124
    Woodworking machine operators
    94129
    Other wood processing machine operators
    94130
    Textile fibre and yarn, hide and pelt processing machine operators and workers
    94131
    Weavers, knitters and other fabric making occupations
    94132
    Industrial sewing machine operators
    94133
    Inspectors and graders, textile, fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing
    94140
    Process control and machine operators, food and beverage processing
    94141
    Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers
    94142
    Fish and seafood plant workers
    94143
    Testers and graders, food and beverage processing
    94150
    Plateless printing equipment operators
    94151
    Camera, platemaking and other prepress occupations
    94152
    Binding and finishing machine operators
    94153
    Photographic and film processors
    94200
    Motor vehicle assemblers, inspectors and testers
    94201
    Electronics assemblers, fabricators, inspectors and testers
    94202
    Assemblers and inspectors, electrical appliance, apparatus and equipment manufacturing
    94203
    Assemblers, fabricators and inspectors, industrial electrical motors and transformers
    94204
    Mechanical assemblers and inspectors
    94205
    Machine operators and inspectors, electrical apparatus manufacturing
    94210
    Furniture and fixture assemblers, finishers, refinishers and inspectors
    94211
    Assemblers and inspectors of other wood products
    94212
    Plastic products assemblers, finishers and inspectors
    94213
    Industrial painters, coaters and metal finishing process operators
    94219
    Other products assemblers, finishers and inspectors
    95100
    Labourers in mineral and metal processing
    95101
    Labourers in metal fabrication
    95102
    Labourers in chemical products processing and utilities
    95103
    Labourers in wood, pulp and paper processing
    95104
    Labourers in rubber and plastic products manufacturing
    95105
    Labourers in textile processing and cutting
    95106
    Labourers in food and beverage processing
    95107
    Labourers in fish and seafood processing
    95109
    Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities

    FAQs

    01 What is Canada NOC?

    Canada NOC is a classification system used in Canada that categorizes and organizes different occupations based on skill level and skill types.

    02 What is the NOC list in Canada?

    The NOC list in Canada is a compilation of various occupations, each with a unique code and job description. It is a reference for various purposes, including immigration and labor market analysis.

    03 Which NOC is most in demand in Canada?

    NOC 10010(Finance Manager, 70010 (Construction Manager), 20012 (Computer and Information system Manager), 21233 & 21234 (Web designers and web developers) are some of the in-demand NOC Codes in Canada.

    04 Does NOC matter for PR?

    Yes, the NOC (National Occupational Classification) is essential for PR applications in Canada as it determines eligibility and assesses the relevance of work experience to the Canadian labour market. It helps immigration authorities evaluate an applicant’s qualifications and skills accurately.

    05 How do I get NOC from Canada?

    To find your NOC (National Occupational Classification) code in Canada, visit the official NOC website, search for your job title or occupation, review the job description, and identify the corresponding five-digit NOC code associated with your occupation.

    06 How can I get NOC easily?

    To get your NOC easily, type your occupation on the search bar of the official immigration website, review the descriptions, and note down the corresponding NOC code that closely matches your job.

    07 How many types of NOC are there?

    The recent NOC version 2021 is divided into 6 TEERs (TEER 0-5) and 10 occupation categories (0-9 ), including Health, Management, Business, Finance, Education, and Sales and Service.

    08 Is NOC required for a Canadian visa?

    Yes, the National Occupational Classification (NOC) is required for Canada visa applications, particularly for skilled worker immigration programs and permanent residency applications.

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