Uncertified workers in seven trades will have a one-year transition period to get registered or become certified.
Celebrate the importance of accessing career and education resources that lead to meaningful work.
Are some jobs too hazardous for young workers? Discover the recent changes to youth employment regulations.
Apprentices support a variety of industries — and they do so while still learning their trade. Find out more about apprenticeship training in B.C.
Take one or more quizzes to find a career path that’s right for you.
The new and improved Skills for Success model can help British Columbians know what skills they need to thrive in the workplace.
The WorkBC Job Board is here to help you on your career journey.
Search thousands of B.C. jobs and find one that’s right for you.
There are 102 WorkBC Centres in B.C.
You might get there on your own, but a good mentor will point out the pathway to get there sooner.
Get the details you need on 500 jobs – including duties, education required, salary and employment outlook.
Learn about which jobs will be most needed, based on skill level and job openings.
B.C. offers post-secondary options from apprenticeships to university programs, to get you qualified. Access planning and funding resources.
Resources for Indigenous people, people with disabilities, newcomers, parents, teachers, mature workers, women in trades and communities.
Find out about labour market trends, watch career videos and more. Send feedback or contact us for more information.
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