People in this occupation:
Estimated median employment income based on 2021 Job Bank median hourly wage rate (median annual salary = hourly wage rate x 40 (hours per week) x 52.14 (weeks per year))
Note:Estimated median employment income based on 2021 Job Bank median hourly wage rate (median annual salary = hourly wage rate x 40 (hours per week) x 52.14 (weeks per year))
Source: 2021 Job Bank Wage Report
Source: B.C. Labour Market Outlook
10 year expected job openings: 210
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Electrical mechanics may specialize in working with certain types of apparatus, such as electric motors or transformers, or in certain functions, such as winding coils.
Key aspects of the work in this occupation:
Source: 2016 Census
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Progression to supervisory positions is possible with experience.
Red Seal trade certification allows for movement between provinces.
Although specialization may occur, workers in this group are expected to be capable of repairing all electrical apparatus.
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