Why can't I find any information when I try to search for my job title?
Job titles and labour market information found on Job Bank are based on the National Occupational Classification (NOC). The NOC is a large directory that contains most jobs held in Canada.
If there are no search results for the job title you’ve entered, we recommend choosing the closest match.
If there is no information available for the occupation you have entered, there may not be sufficient data to provide accurate wage and outlook information for the region you have specified.
If you want to search for a NOC code or find more information, you can visit the National Occupational Classification website.
- Why can't I find any information when I try to search for my job title?
- How do the job market tools and reports work?
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