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Labour Market Data Update
WorkBC has updated its labour market data! View up-to-date wages, in-demand careers, vital regional and industry statistics, and career outlook data.
Canada-B.C. Job Grant
The Canada-B.C. Job Grant is an innovative, cost-sharing program that helps employers offset the cost of training for new or current employees.

B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint

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Learn about B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint
In B.C. we have an incredible opportunity on the horizon: 1 million jobs. B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint will help British Columbians align their training with in-demand jobs so they can be first in line for jobs in B.C.
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Build your Blueprint of skills training programs and resources that could help you find your fit in B.C.’s growing economy.
Read B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint
Read about the bold steps B.C. is taking to re-engineer education and training to ensure British Columbians are first in line for jobs.

Career Profiles

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500+ career profiles highlighting key career information, such as job duties, salary, projected demand, and B.C. regional highlights.
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B.C. Labour Market Programs

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This award-winning employment program offers at-risk youth life skills, job readiness training, coaching and job placements in various industries throughout B.C. Overcoming their barriers to employment, youth gain the skills needed to find and keep employment.
Job Options BC
This province-wide program helps unemployed adults 18 years and up to find employment. Participants benefit from computer training, job search, life skills, short-term and specialized training, work experiences and followup support.
Employment Skills Access
Post-secondary institutions throughout B.C. offer group skills training at no cost to eligible unemployed participants. Prepare for entry-level employment and earn credentials related to local or regional labour market needs.

Job Search Advice

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Starting and Planning Your Career
Discover a range of tools to help you plan and build a career that works for you. Explore your future now.
Getting Ready for Your Job Search
Learn how to search for jobs, write resumes and prepare for interviews.
Types of Employment in B.C.
Whether full -time, part-time, temporary, contract, job-sharing, talent pooling or solo self-employment, work in B.C. comes in all sizes and colours.

Job Seeker Success Stories

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Mila Puharich, of Seaspan Marine Corporation
Mila credits ITA’s Women in Trades Training program and the STEP employment program for her start as the first female metal fabricator in her workplace in more than 60 years.
Stefanie Fournier, of Caorda Web Solutions
In addition to her post-secondary education, a strong motivation to improve her skills and network with others has led Stephanie to success as a graphic designer.

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