Finding occupational information on-line

Work Wise

By Gail Peterson

Interested in pursuing a new career? An on-line bulletin provides job seekers with relevant information on the training, skills and qualities workers need for various occupations available in the Central region.

Published monthly, the “Finding Work” series features industry sector profiles to assist job seekers and career planners with localized information. The May 2009 issue focused on animal Production. Previous issues featured aviation, banking and financial, health care, law enforcement and safety, insurance, and information technology as well as numerous other key sector careers.

Each issue provides information on what this industry is all about as well as what employment opportunities are available, a description of typical job duties, wages, and other industry-specific information. Links to the industry plus other resources are also provided. The overall website contains links to various central area coming events, job fairs, employer connections, plus job and labour market information.

To view all issues and to subscribe to this on-line publication visit:

This publication is a service of Alberta Employment and Immigration.

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