Looking for information on occupations and industries in Montréal
Here is a list of resources to locate information about occupations and industry:
Montréal International, the business development corporation under the City, offers many sectorial analysis reports, for free on its website.
Emploi Quebec offers a snapshot about Trades and Occupations. For a given trade/occupation, you can get the sectors of activity by industry: it provides the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code. You will need this code for other steps!
The Government of Canada’s JobBank is a great place to explore occupations. Start with Trend analysis » Occupations. In addition to the wonderful information on this page, notice how each occupation is given a “code” from the National Occupational Classification or NOC. Let’s build on this with the next step. Let’s look for Computer Software Engineer (NOC 2173) near Montreal.
- What is the average hourly wage of a software engineer in Montréal?
- What are the prospects?
Now, you can read up on an industry through a licensed library database, called IBISWorld. This system provides a 20+ page report by industry (NAICS) for Canada, the USA and China.
You can also generate a list of companies in an Industry by using Mergent Intellect, a business directory.
Finally, you can setup an email alert to get trade news from ProQuest Business, a comprehensive business article database licensed by the library.
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