Labour-Market Information

Career Trends and Latest Developments

This section presents online tools such as articles, blogs or career sites that can help you prepare to enter the workforce, discover new options and understand what skills and abilities are required for today's workforce. 

Some articles may be more meaningful to you than others. Various points of view will be presented. Whatever your career beliefs, data, tips and strategies can help you become more aware of the particular benefits and challenges of the path you choose. 

 

Career advice (Jobboom)
Tips career planning, interviews, networking, social media, etc.

Career Options Magazine
An online magazine available for youth in French or English that covers the latest market trends, features employee profiles, job-search tools, educational opportunities, videos, blogs, etc.

Les carrières d’avenir au Québec (Jobboom)

Québec Labour-Market Information

REPÈRES

Repères is an extensive educational and career information database. Find information on careers, as well as university, college and high school programs. Read tasks descriptions and find out what the working conditions and educational requirements are for your future career. Contact the Guidance Counsellor to get a user code.

LMI Online

LMI stands for Labor Market Information. LMI groups all information that could prove useful for people who are looking for a job, who must make a career choice, or who want to improve their current job situation.

Sectoral Workforce Committees

Sectoral Workforce Committees

Get specific labor-market information for a particular sector (environment, aeronautics, tourism, environment, etc.). Several committees have designed information tools, available online, for youth interested in discovering careers specific to their sector.

Canadian Labour Market Information

Job Bank

The Job Bank allows you to search specific occupations by province, understand the job market and follow market trends, or explore careers by using their career tool.

Employability Skills 2000+

The Conference Board of Canada lists the skills you will need to develop to “…enter, stay in, and progress in the world of work…”.