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Topic-based tabulation: Occupation - National Occupational Classification for Statistics 2006 (720), Class of Worker (6) and Sex (3) for the Labour Force 15 Years and Over of Canada, Provinces, Territories, Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations, 2006 Census - 20% Sample Data

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Catalogue number :97-559-XCB2006011
Release date :March 4, 2008
Topic :Labour
Data dimensions :

Note

Note: Broad occupational category A - Management occupations

Census data for occupation groups in Broad occupational category A - Management occupations should be used with caution. Some coding errors were made in assigning the appropriate level of management, e.g., senior manager as opposed to middle manager, and in determining the appropriate area of specialization or activity, e.g., a manager of a health care program in a hospital as opposed to a government manager in health policy administration. Some non-management occupations have also been miscoded to management due to confusion over titles such as program manager and project manager. Data users may wish to use data for management occupations in conjunction with other variables such as Income, Age and Education.

Note: Institutional residents

People in seniors' residences in the 2006 Census are classified as 'not living in an institution'. This is a change from the 2001 Census where they were classified as institutional residents, specifically, 'living in an institution, resident under care or custody'.

Note: Non-permanent residents and the census universe

In the 2006 Census, non-permanent residents are defined as people from another country who, at the time of the census, held a Work or Study Permit, or who were refugee claimants, as well as family members living in Canada with them. In the 1991, 1996 and 2001 censuses, non-permanent residents also included persons who held a Minister's permit; this was discontinued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada prior to the 2006 Census.

From 1991 on, the Census of Population has enumerated both permanent and non-permanent residents of Canada. Prior to 1991, only permanent residents of Canada were included in the census. (The only exception to this occurred in 1941.) Non-permanent residents were considered foreign residents and were not enumerated.

Total population counts, as well as counts for all variables, are affected by this change in the census universe. Users should be especially careful when comparing data from 1991, 1996, 2001 or 2006 with data from previous censuses in geographic areas where there is a concentration of non-permanent residents.

Today in Canada, non-permanent residents make up a significant segment of the population, especially in several census metropolitan areas. Their presence can affect the demand for such government services as health care, schooling, employment programs and language training. The inclusion of non-permanent residents in the census facilitates comparisons with provincial and territorial statistics (marriages, divorces, births and deaths) which include this population. In addition, this inclusion of non-permanent residents brings Canadian practice closer to the United Nations (UN) recommendation that long-term residents (persons living in a country for one year or longer) be enumerated in the census.

Although every attempt has been made to enumerate non-permanent residents, factors such as language difficulties, the reluctance to complete a government form or to understand the need to participate may have affected the enumeration of this population.

For additional information, please refer to the 2006 Census Dictionary, catalogue number 92-566-XWE or 92-566-XPE.

For counts of the non-permanent resident population in 1991, 2001 and 2006, please refer to the 2006 Census table 97-557-XCB2006006.

Note: Occupation

J111 Central Control and Process Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing
J121 Machine Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing

Data for J111 Central Control and Process Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing and J121 Machine Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing should be used with caution. There is some overlap of responses coded to these two groups as respondents do not always provide enough information to allow coders to distinguish between them.

J113 Pulping Control Operators
J142 Pulp Mill Machine Operators

Data for J113 Pulping Control Operators and J142 Pulp Mill Machine Operators should be used with caution. There is some overlap of responses coded to these two groups as respondents do not always provide enough information to allow coders to distinguish between them.

J114 Papermaking and Coating Control Operators
J143 Papermaking and Finishing Machine Operators

Data for J114 Papermaking and Coating Control Operators and J143 Papermaking and Finishing Machine Operators should be used with caution. There is some overlap of responses coded to these two groups as respondents do not always provide enough information to allow coders to distinguish between them.

J191 Machining Tool Operators
J192 Forging Machine Operators
J194 Metalworking Machine Operators
J196 Other Metal Products Machine Operators
J197 Other Products Machine Operators

Census data for these occupation groups should be used with caution. A high number of vague responses related to machine operators in car parts manufacturing has resulted in an over-estimate for occupation group J191 Machining Tool Operators. When compared with 2001 estimates, fluctuations in the data suggest inconsistency in the coding of these occupation groups between 2001 and 2006. In particular, J197 Other Products Machine Operators shows a relatively large decrease between 2001 and 2006. For these reasons, census data users may prefer to make historical comparisons at the three-digit minor group level for these occupations.

Note: Population universe

The population universe of the 2006 Census includes the following groups:
- Canadian citizens (by birth or by naturalization) and landed immigrants with a usual place of residence in Canada;
- Canadian citizens (by birth or by naturalization) and landed immigrants who are abroad, either on a military base or attached to a diplomatic mission;
- Canadian citizens (by birth or by naturalization) and landed immigrants at sea or in port aboard merchant vessels under Canadian registry;
- persons with a usual place of residence in Canada who are claiming refugee status and members of their families living with them;
- persons with a usual place of residence in Canada who hold Study Permits and members of their families living with them;
- persons with a usual place of residence in Canada who hold Work Permits and members of their families living with them.

For census purposes, the last three groups in this list are referred to as 'non-permanent residents'. For further information, refer to the variable Immigration: Non-permanent resident found in the 2006 Census Dictionary, catalogue number 92-566-XWE or 92-566-XPE.

Data table

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This table details occupation - national occupational classification for statistics 2006 , class of worker and sex for the labour force 15 years and over in CanadaFootnote 1
Occupation - National Occupational Classification for Statistics 2006 (720) Sex (3)
Total - Sex Male Female
Total labour force 17,146,135 9,020,595 8,125,540
Occupation - Not applicableFootnote 2 284,950 135,785 149,170
All occupationsFootnote 3 16,861,180 8,884,805 7,976,375
A Management occupations 1,631,725 1,032,940 598,785
A0 Senior management occupations 218,640 166,505 52,135
A01 Legislators and senior management 218,640 166,505 52,135
A011 Legislators 6,805 4,575 2,225
A012 Senior government managers and officials 21,355 12,245 9,110
A013 Senior managers - Financial, communications and other business services 55,830 44,035 11,800
A014 Senior managers - Health, education, social and community services and membership organizations 21,980 10,425 11,555
A015 Senior managers - Trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c. 52,210 42,240 9,970
A016 Senior managers - Goods production, utilities, transportation and construction 60,465 52,990 7,470
A1 Specialist managers 423,015 263,305 159,710
A11 Administrative services managers 156,970 72,695 84,275
A111 Financial managers 65,535 31,170 34,365
A112 Human resources managers 39,555 14,295 25,260
A113 Purchasing managers 12,055 8,500 3,555
A114 Other administrative services managers 39,815 18,730 21,090
A12 Managers in engineering, architecture, science and information systems 70,390 54,765 15,625
A121 Engineering managers 18,045 16,245 1,805
A122 Computer and information systems managers 45,075 33,875 11,200
A123 Architecture and science managers 7,270 4,650 2,615
A13 Sales, marketing and advertising managers 157,550 104,645 52,905
A131 Sales, marketing and advertising managers 157,550 104,645 52,905
A14 Facility operation and maintenance managers 38,100 31,195 6,905
A141 Facility operation and maintenance managers 38,100 31,195 6,905
A2 Managers in retail trade, food and accommodation services 475,970 264,205 211,765
A21 Managers in retail trade 341,440 195,885 145,550
A211 Retail trade managers 341,440 195,885 145,550
A22 Managers in food service and accommodation 134,535 68,320 66,210
A221 Restaurant and food service managers 105,480 54,835 50,650
A222 Accommodation service managers 29,055 13,490 15,560
A3 Other managers, n.e.c. 514,095 338,915 175,175
A30 Managers in financial and business services 109,665 55,480 54,185
A301 Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers 39,365 22,510 16,855
A302 Banking, credit and other investment managers 62,640 28,425 34,220
A303 Other business services managers 7,655 4,550 3,105
A31 Managers in communication (except broadcasting) 13,790 9,245 4,545
A311 Telecommunication carriers managers 10,415 6,910 3,505
A312 Postal and courier services managers 3,370 2,330 1,045
A32 Managers in health, education, social and community services 80,620 30,310 50,315
A321 Managers in health care 19,990 5,505 14,485
A322 Administrators - Post-secondary education and vocational training 11,215 4,905 6,310
A323 School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education 29,015 13,680 15,335
A324 Managers in social, community and correctional services 20,400 6,215 14,185
A33 Managers in public administration 17,710 9,835 7,875
A331 Government managers - Health and social policy development and program administration 4,245 1,835 2,415
A332 Government managers - Economic analysis, policy development and program administration 7,200 4,375 2,825
A333 Government managers - Education policy development and program administration 770 295 475
A334 Other managers in public administration 5,490 3,335 2,155
A34 Managers in art, culture, recreation and sport 23,615 11,630 11,985
A341 Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers 3,665 1,015 2,650
A342 Managers - Publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts 9,685 5,420 4,265
A343 Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors 10,260 5,185 5,070
A35 Managers in protective service 20,965 17,965 3,000
A351 Commissioned police officers 2,005 1,680 325
A352 Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers 1,740 1,690 50
A353 Commissioned officers, armed forces 17,210 14,590 2,620
A36 Managers in other services 29,560 14,230 15,330
A361 Other services managers 29,560 14,230 15,330
A37 Managers in construction and transportation 117,600 104,850 12,755
A371 Construction managers 58,320 53,685 4,635
A372 Residential home builders and renovators 34,465 32,250 2,215
A373 Transportation managers 24,820 18,915 5,905
A38 Managers in primary production (except agriculture) 13,325 12,275 1,050
A381 Primary production managers (except agriculture) 13,325 12,270 1,050
A39 Managers in manufacturing and utilities 87,250 73,110 14,135
A391 Manufacturing managers 77,190 64,735 12,450
A392 Utilities managers 10,060 8,370 1,680
B Business, finance and administrative occupations 3,025,425 863,420 2,162,005
B0 Professional occupations in business and finance 427,600 209,815 217,785
B01 Auditors, accountants and investment professionals 315,085 159,405 155,680
B011 Financial auditors and accountants 180,795 83,690 97,105
B012 Financial and investment analysts 41,550 21,995 19,550
B013 Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers 23,700 15,080 8,620
B014 Other financial officers 69,040 38,630 30,405
B02 Human resources and business service professionals 112,515 50,410 62,105
B021 Specialists in human resources 50,695 16,020 34,680
B022 Professional occupations in business services to management 61,815 34,395 27,425
B1 Finance and insurance administration occupations 201,830 46,505 155,325
B11 Finance and insurance administrative occupations 201,830 46,505 155,325
B111 Bookkeepers 108,185 10,460 97,725
B112 Loan officers 36,210 11,430 24,780
B113 Insurance adjusters and claims examiners 25,210 9,435 15,780
B114 Insurance underwriters 14,745 4,340 10,400
B115 Assessors, valuators and appraisers 12,445 8,600 3,850
B116 Customs, ship and other brokers 5,030 2,245 2,790
B2 Secretaries 308,565 6,420 302,140
B21 Secretaries, recorders and transcriptionists 308,560 6,420 302,140
B211 Secretaries (except legal and medical) 251,735 5,275 246,460
B212 Legal secretaries 27,595 655 26,945
B213 Medical secretaries 21,465 190 21,280
B214 Court recorders and medical transcriptionists 7,760 305 7,455
B3 Administrative and regulatory occupations 354,345 94,260 260,085
B31 Administrative and regulatory occupations 354,345 94,255 260,085
B311 Administrative officers 171,600 28,280 143,325
B312 Executive assistants 35,750 3,020 32,725
B313 Personnel and recruitment officers 19,895 5,740 14,155
B314 Property administrators 43,895 22,445 21,450
B315 Purchasing agents and officers 35,340 18,930 16,405
B316 Conference and event planners 16,855 4,335 12,520
B317 Court officers and justices of the peace 4,565 1,360 3,200
B318 Immigration, employment insurance and revenue officers 26,440 10,145 16,295
B4 Clerical supervisors 93,065 40,980 52,085
B41 Clerical supervisors 93,065 40,985 52,085
B411 Supervisors, general office and administrative support clerks 13,415 4,140 9,270
B412 Supervisors, finance and insurance clerks 23,735 5,720 18,015
B413 Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information clerks 20,105 8,175 11,930
B414 Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations 9,310 3,580 5,730
B415 Supervisors, recording, distributing and scheduling occupations 26,500 19,370 7,130
B5 Clerical occupations 1,640,020 465,430 1,174,590
B51 Clerical occupations, general office skills 466,210 47,985 418,220
B511 General office clerks 289,810 33,090 256,725
B513 Records management and filing clerks 30,075 5,795 24,280
B514 Receptionists and switchboard operators 146,320 9,105 137,220
B52 Office equipment operators 68,635 14,590 54,045
B522 Data entry clerks 52,910 10,415 42,495
B523 Desktop publishing operators and related occupations 3,735 1,360 2,375
B524 Telephone operators 11,985 2,815 9,170
B53 Finance and insurance clerks 365,445 59,835 305,615
B531 Accounting and related clerks 179,310 28,105 151,205
B532 Payroll clerks 29,920 2,830 27,095
B533 Customer service representatives - Financial services 97,910 15,205 82,705
B534 Banking, insurance and other financial clerks 39,235 7,775 31,465
B535 Collectors 19,060 5,915 13,145
B54 Administrative support clerks 120,130 21,845 98,290
B541 Administrative clerks 105,840 19,770 86,065
B542 Personnel clerks 10,900 1,590 9,310
B543 Court clerks 3,395 480 2,910
B55 Library, correspondence and related information clerks 245,205 81,405 163,800
B551 Library clerks 11,300 2,165 9,135
B552 Correspondence, publication and related clerks 6,555 1,525 5,030
B553 Customer service, information and related clerks 205,150 69,770 135,385
B554 Survey interviewers and statistical clerks 22,200 7,950 14,255
B56 Mail and message distribution occupations 96,995 55,680 41,315
B561 Mail, postal and related clerks 37,850 15,705 22,145
B562 Letter carriers 29,320 18,815 10,510
B563 Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors 29,825 21,160 8,660
B57 Recording, scheduling and distributing occupations 277,395 184,095 93,305
B571 Shippers and receivers 122,715 93,580 29,135
B572 Storekeepers and parts clerks 38,830 30,915 7,920
B573 Production clerks 25,105 13,195 11,910
B574 Purchasing and inventory clerks 51,545 25,960 25,585
B575 Dispatchers and radio operators 33,955 17,640 16,310
B576 Transportation route and crew schedulers 5,240 2,805 2,440
C Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 1,108,050 865,820 242,225
C0 Professional occupations in natural and applied sciences 603,075 467,200 135,875
C01 Physical science professionals 35,080 24,320 10,760
C011 Physicists and astronomers 2,580 2,205 375
C012 Chemists 17,630 10,040 7,595
C013 Geologists, geochemists and geophysicists 12,180 9,895 2,285
C014 Meteorologists 1,140 910 230
C015 Other professional occupations in physical sciences 1,540 1,270 270
C02 Life science professionals 29,455 18,640 10,810
C021 Biologists and related scientists 17,495 9,345 8,155
C022 Forestry professionals 6,505 5,605 900
C023 Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists 5,450 3,695 1,755
C03 Civil, mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers 120,260 106,595 13,665
C031 Civil engineers 42,360 37,185 5,175
C032 Mechanical engineers 36,045 32,850 3,200
C033 Electrical and electronics engineers 32,705 29,440 3,265
C034 Chemical engineers 9,150 7,120 2,030
C04 Other engineers 69,160 59,650 9,510
C041 Industrial and manufacturing engineers 19,330 16,365 2,965
C042 Metallurgical and materials engineers 2,185 1,915 265
C043 Mining engineers 2,640 2,445 195
C044 Geological engineers 1,750 1,515 235
C045 Petroleum engineers 9,260 7,855 1,405
C046 Aerospace engineers 5,500 4,880 615
C047 Computer engineers (except software engineers) 25,600 22,285 3,315
C048 Other professional engineers, n.e.c. 2,895 2,380 515
C05 Architects, urban planners and land surveyors 33,575 25,310 8,260
C051 Architects 13,960 10,450 3,515
C052 Landscape architects 1,620 940 680
C053 Urban and land use planners 8,085 4,820 3,265
C054 Land surveyors 9,905 9,105 800
C06 Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries 7,855 4,625 3,230
C061 Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries 7,855 4,625 3,230
C07 Computer and information systems professionals 307,685 228,050 79,635
C071 Information systems analysts and consultants 142,400 101,075 41,325
C072 Database analysts and data administrators 13,625 7,940 5,685
C073 Software engineers and designers 30,745 25,005 5,740
C074 Computer programmers and interactive media developers 100,360 80,490 19,875
C075 Web designers and developers 20,550 13,540 7,010
C1 Technical occupations related to natural and applied sciences 504,970 398,625 106,345
C11 Technical occupations in physical sciences 39,325 23,305 16,015
C111 Chemical technologists and technicians 28,595 15,215 13,380
C112 Geological and mineral technologists and technicians 10,080 7,590 2,485
C113 Meteorological technicians 655 500 155
C12 Technical occupations in life sciences 44,120 29,910 14,210
C121 Biological technologists and technicians 10,245 5,500 4,745
C122 Agricultural and fish products inspectors 4,315 2,625 1,690
C123 Forestry technologists and technicians 9,805 8,205 1,605
C124 Conservation and fishery officers 5,765 4,660 1,105
C125 Landscape and horticultural technicians and specialists 13,990 8,925 5,065
C13 Technical occupations in civil, mechanical and industrial engineering 57,670 50,330 7,345
C131 Civil engineering technologists and technicians 12,915 11,325 1,590
C132 Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians 13,220 12,305 910
C133 Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians 17,080 13,765 3,310
C134 Construction estimators 14,455 12,930 1,525
C14 Technical occupations in electronics and electrical engineering 106,900 98,415 8,490
C141 Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians 32,435 29,275 3,155
C142 Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment) 55,310 51,065 4,245
C143 Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics 10,635 10,140 495
C144 Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors 8,525 7,930 595
C15 Technical occupations in architecture, drafting, surveying and mapping 63,465 46,525 16,940
C151 Architectural technologists and technicians 8,220 5,615 2,605
C152 Industrial designers 10,250 7,610 2,635
C153 Drafting technologists and technicians 33,530 24,900 8,635
C154 Land survey technologists and technicians 4,475 3,770 705
C155 Mapping and related technologists and technicians 6,985 4,635 2,350
C16 Other technical inspectors and regulatory officers 43,000 33,210 9,795
C161 Non-destructive testers and inspectors 5,065 4,680 380
C162 Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers 3,550 2,830 720
C163 Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety 20,080 13,135 6,940
C164 Construction inspectors 14,310 12,555 1,755
C17 Transportation officers and controllers 28,175 25,655 2,520
C171 Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors 14,575 13,725 855
C172 Air traffic control and related occupations 4,815 3,785 1,030
C173 Deck officers, water transport 5,010 4,655 360
C174 Engineer officers, water transport 2,720 2,650 70
C175 Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators 1,050 845 205
C18 Technical occupations in computer and information systems 122,315 91,280 31,035
C181 Computer network technicians 48,720 38,390 10,330
C182 User support technicians 65,595 47,940 17,650
C183 Systems testing technicians 8,005 4,950 3,055
D Health occupations 950,365 188,845 761,515
D0 Professional occupations in health 192,155 89,345 102,810
D01 Physicians, dentists and veterinarians 102,210 64,840 37,370
D011 Specialist physicians 33,010 21,845 11,165
D012 General practitioners and family physicians 42,910 26,410 16,500
D013 Dentists 18,400 12,665 5,740
D014 Veterinarians 7,895 3,925 3,975
D02 Optometrists, chiropractors and other health diagnosing and treating professionals 13,560 7,675 5,885
D021 Optometrists 3,890 1,930 1,960
D022 Chiropractors 6,660 4,660 2,005
D023 Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating 3,005 1,085 1,920
D03 Pharmacists, dietitians and nutritionists 34,930 11,095 23,835
D031 Pharmacists 26,185 10,635 15,545
D032 Dietitians and nutritionists 8,750 455 8,295
D04 Therapy and assessment professionals 41,455 5,735 35,715
D041 Audiologists and speech-language pathologists 7,375 430 6,940
D042 Physiotherapists 18,095 3,695 14,405
D043 Occupational therapists 10,960 725 10,235
D044 Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment 5,020 885 4,130
D1 Nurse supervisors and registered nurses 279,725 17,750 261,975
D11 Nurse supervisors and registered nurses 279,725 17,750 261,975
D111 Head nurses and supervisors 9,840 1,030 8,810
D112 Registered nurses 269,880 16,720 253,165
D2 Technical and related occupations in health 219,380 49,520 169,865
D21 Medical technologists and technicians (except dental health) 86,430 16,270 70,155
D211 Medical laboratory technologists and pathologists' assistants 19,600 3,620 15,975
D212 Medical laboratory technicians 21,955 3,905 18,050
D213 Veterinary and animal health technologists and technicians 11,130 970 10,160
D214 Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardio-pulmonary technologists 7,500 2,010 5,490
D215 Medical radiation technologists 16,225 3,280 12,945
D216 Medical sonographers 3,180 510 2,670
D217 Cardiology technologists 2,070 230 1,840
D218 Electroencephalographic and other diagnostic technologists, n.e.c. 550 110 440
D219 Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health) 4,210 1,630 2,580
D22 Technical occupations in dental health care 26,845 6,155 20,695
D221 Denturists 1,905 1,400 505
D222 Dental hygienists and dental therapists 17,460 485 16,970
D223 Dental technologists, technicians and laboratory bench workers 7,480 4,270 3,220
D23 Other technical occupations in health care (except dental) 106,105 27,095 79,010
D231 Opticians 6,480 2,520 3,955
D232 Midwives and practitioners of natural healing 7,330 2,145 5,185
D233 Licensed practical nurses 47,315 3,765 43,550
D234 Ambulance attendants and other paramedical occupations 21,080 14,330 6,750
D235 Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment 23,900 4,335 19,565
D3 Assisting occupations in support of health services 259,095 32,230 226,865
D31 Assisting occupations in support of health services 259,095 32,230 226,865
D311 Dental assistants 28,955 455 28,495
D312 Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates 175,535 23,735 151,795
D313 Other assisting occupations in support of health services 54,610 8,030 46,575
E Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 1,414,325 451,150 963,175
E0 Judges, lawyers, psychologists, social workers, ministers of religion, and policy and program officers 373,635 164,195 209,435
E01 Judges, lawyers and Quebec notaries 77,750 48,105 29,645
E011 Judges 2,640 1,990 650
E012 Lawyers and Quebec notaries 75,110 46,115 28,995
E02 Psychologists, social workers, counsellors, clergy and probation officers 127,965 46,640 81,325
E021 Psychologists 18,685 5,520 13,165
E022 Social workers 48,935 9,015 39,920
E023 Family, marriage and other related counsellors 24,795 6,300 18,495
E024 Ministers of religion 29,825 23,470 6,355
E025 Probation and parole officers and related occupations 5,715 2,330 3,385
E03 Policy and program officers, researchers and consultants 167,920 69,455 98,465
E031 Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers 17,550 10,565 6,985
E032 Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts 11,070 6,905 4,160
E033 Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants 51,870 22,925 28,950
E034 Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers 22,020 7,535 14,485
E035 Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers 17,550 5,515 12,040
E036 Recreation, sports and fitness program supervisors and consultants 14,185 4,280 9,910
E037 Program officers unique to government 6,510 3,210 3,305
E038 Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c. 6,580 2,940 3,640
E039 Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers 20,570 5,580 14,995
E1 Teachers and professors 667,990 232,170 435,820
E11 University professors and assistants 125,410 67,725 57,680
E111 University professors 56,895 34,750 22,150
E112 Post-secondary teaching and research assistants 68,515 32,975 35,535
E12 College and other vocational instructors 103,200 48,445 54,755
E121 College and other vocational instructors 103,200 48,445 54,755
E13 Secondary and elementary school teachers and educational counsellors 439,375 115,995 323,380
E131 Secondary school teachers 161,095 68,805 92,295
E132 Elementary school and kindergarten teachers 261,675 42,935 218,740
E133 Educational counsellors 16,605 4,255 12,350
E2 Paralegals, social services workers and occupations in education and religion, n.e.c. 372,705 54,785 317,915
E21 Paralegals, social services workers and occupations in education and religion, n.e.c. 372,705 54,785 317,915
E211 Paralegal and related occupations 36,680 4,410 32,275
E212 Community and social service workers 102,530 23,795 78,730
E213 Employment counsellors 15,195 3,460 11,735
E214 Instructors and teachers of persons with disabilities 15,840 3,125 12,710
E215 Other instructors 23,205 10,010 13,195
E216 Other religious occupations 8,910 3,765 5,145
E217 Early childhood educators and assistants 170,340 6,215 164,125
F Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 502,195 225,340 276,855
F0 Professional occupations in art and culture 218,910 93,215 125,695
F01 Librarians, archivists, conservators and curators 16,220 3,510 12,710
F011 Librarians 11,970 2,085 9,890
F012 Conservators and curators 1,900 645 1,255
F013 Archivists 2,350 785 1,565
F02 Writing, translating and public relations professionals 107,695 42,200 65,495
F021 Authors and writers 25,020 11,775 13,245
F022 Editors 16,210 6,605 9,605
F023 Journalists 13,320 7,310 6,010
F024 Professional occupations in public relations and communications 36,905 11,665 25,245
F025 Translators, terminologists and interpreters 16,230 4,840 11,395
F03 Creative and performing artists 94,990 47,505 47,490
F031 Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations 22,650 14,720 7,935
F032 Conductors, composers and arrangers 2,300 1,545 760
F033 Musicians and singers 34,080 16,435 17,645
F034 Dancers 7,275 1,000 6,275
F035 Actors and comedians 10,340 5,690 4,650
F036 Painters, sculptors and other visual artists 18,340 8,115 10,225
F1 Technical occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 283,285 132,125 151,160
F11 Technical occupations in libraries, archives, museums and art galleries 21,135 4,340 16,800
F111 Library and archive technicians and assistants 15,485 2,155 13,335
F112 Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries 5,650 2,185 3,465
F12 Photographers, graphic arts technicians and technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts 55,485 37,230 18,255
F121 Photographers 13,335 7,940 5,390
F122 Film and video camera operators 4,820 4,230 590
F123 Graphic arts technicians 7,570 4,060 3,505
F124 Broadcast technicians 2,710 2,210 495
F125 Audio and video recording technicians 9,850 8,120 1,730
F126 Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts 10,390 5,960 4,435
F127 Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts 6,815 4,705 2,110
F13 Announcers and other performers 11,740 6,715 5,025
F131 Announcers and other broadcasters 8,335 5,525 2,810
F132 Other performers 3,405 1,185 2,215
F14 Creative designers and craftspersons 96,570 43,305 53,260
F141 Graphic designers and illustrators 51,890 29,195 22,690
F142 Interior designers 14,355 3,165 11,190
F143 Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers 11,410 3,400 8,010
F144 Artisans and craftspersons 17,715 7,205 10,505
F145 Patternmakers - Textile, leather and fur products 1,200 340 865
F15 Athletes, coaches, referees and related occupations 98,350 40,535 57,815
F151 Athletes 2,495 2,160 340
F152 Coaches 8,725 3,835 4,885
F153 Sports officials and referees 4,340 3,425 915
F154 Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness 82,785 31,115 51,675
G Sales and service occupations 4,037,725 1,716,465 2,321,255
G0 Sales and service supervisors 131,785 56,270 75,510
G01 Sales and service supervisors 131,780 56,270 75,515
G011 Retail trade supervisors 68,800 28,035 40,760
G012 Food service supervisors 34,890 11,440 23,450
G013 Executive housekeepers 3,580 610 2,970
G014 Dry cleaning and laundry supervisors 1,135 450 680
G015 Cleaning supervisors 11,105 7,835 3,270
G016 Other service supervisors 12,280 7,895 4,385
G1 Wholesale, technical, insurance, real estate sales specialists, and retail, wholesale and grain buyers 353,125 216,295 136,830
G11 Sales representatives, wholesale trade 152,700 103,100 49,600
G111 Sales representatives, wholesale trade (non-technical) 152,700 103,100 49,600
G12 Technical sales specialists, wholesale trade 56,990 41,765 15,225
G121 Technical sales specialists, wholesale trade 56,990 41,765 15,225
G13 Insurance and real estate sales occupations and buyers 143,435 71,430 72,000
G131 Insurance agents and brokers 58,645 25,540 33,105
G132 Real estate agents and salespersons 61,750 34,950 26,800
G133 Retail and wholesale buyers 22,570 10,540 12,030
G134 Grain elevator operators 465 405 60
G2 Retail salespersons and sales clerks 729,840 302,055 427,785
G21 Retail salespersons and sales clerks 729,840 302,055 427,785
G211 Retail salespersons and sales clerks 729,840 302,055 427,785
G3 Cashiers 324,855 48,120 276,730
G31 Cashiers 324,855 48,125 276,730
G311 Cashiers 324,855 48,125 276,730
G4 Chefs and cooks 246,935 142,650 104,285
G41 Chefs and cooks 246,935 142,650 104,285
G411 Chefs 43,245 33,560 9,680
G412 Cooks 203,690 109,085 94,610
G5 Occupations in food and beverage service 268,710 59,465 209,245
G51 Occupations in food and beverage service 268,705 59,465 209,240
G511 Maîtres d'hôtel and hosts/hostesses 20,870 2,235 18,635
G512 Bartenders 41,985 14,810 27,170
G513 Food and beverage servers 205,850 42,410 163,440
G6 Occupations in protective services 277,175 221,560 55,615
G61 Police officers and firefighters 94,585 80,040 14,545
G611 Police officers (except commissioned) 67,310 53,585 13,725
G612 Firefighters 27,275 26,450 825
G62 Other occupations in protective service 84,950 66,520 18,430
G621 Sheriffs and bailiffs 2,640 1,970 665
G622 Correctional service officers 18,895 12,920 5,970
G623 By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c. 6,645 4,505 2,140
G624 Other ranks, armed forces 46,075 39,550 6,520
G625 Other protective service occupations 10,700 7,575 3,125
G63 Security guards and related occupations 97,645 75,005 22,640
G631 Security guards and related occupations 97,640 75,005 22,635
G7 Occupations in travel and accommodation, including attendants in recreation and sport 143,595 60,425 83,170
G71 Occupations in travel and accommodation 81,245 22,320 58,920
G711 Travel counsellors 28,580 5,845 22,740
G712 Pursers and flight attendants 11,700 2,680 9,020
G713 Airline sales and service agents 12,940 4,320 8,615
G714 Ticket agents, cargo service representatives and related clerks (except airline) 4,385 1,925 2,460
G715 Hotel front desk clerks 23,640 7,550 16,085
G72 Tour and recreational guides and casino occupations 31,840 17,800 14,040
G721 Tour and travel guides 7,260 3,525 3,730
G722 Outdoor sport and recreational guides 4,740 3,945 790
G723 Casino occupations 19,845 10,330 9,515
G73 Other occupations in travel, accommodation, amusement and recreation 30,510 20,300 10,210
G731 Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport 24,875 15,730 9,145
G732 Other attendants in accommodation and travel 5,630 4,575 1,055
G8 Child care and home support workers 259,675 23,080 236,595
G81 Child care and home support workers 259,675 23,080 236,590
G811 Visiting homemakers, housekeepers and related occupations 90,765 8,730 82,035
G812 Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants 99,125 10,145 88,980
G814 Babysitters, nannies and parents' helpers 69,785 4,205 65,580
G9 Sales and service occupations, n.e.c. 1,302,035 586,545 715,490
G91 Technical occupations in personal service 98,110 18,160 79,950
G911 Hairstylists and barbers 93,510 14,925 78,585
G912 Funeral directors and embalmers 4,595 3,235 1,365
G92 Other occupations in personal service 57,585 6,090 51,495
G921 Image, social and other personal consultants 4,885 645 4,240
G922 Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations 37,590 2,405 35,185
G923 Pet groomers and animal care workers 13,910 2,780 11,125
G924 Other personal service occupations 1,195 260 940
G93 Cleaners 481,555 256,405 225,150
G931 Light duty cleaners 217,900 59,625 158,270
G932 Specialized cleaners 39,220 32,905 6,320
G933 Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents 224,435 163,870 60,560
G94 Butchers and bakers, retail and wholesale 63,145 35,455 27,690
G941 Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers, retail and wholesale 24,055 18,595 5,460
G942 Bakers 39,090 16,860 22,230
G96 Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related occupations 322,100 110,515 211,585
G961 Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related occupations 322,105 110,515 211,585
G97 Other sales and related occupations 226,395 135,265 91,125
G971 Service station attendants 31,805 22,255 9,550
G972 Grocery clerks and store shelf stockers 145,670 95,385 50,285
G973 Other elemental sales occupations 48,915 17,630 31,285
G98 Other elemental service occupations 53,145 24,645 28,495
G981 Dry cleaning and laundry occupations 20,350 5,475 14,875
G982 Ironing, pressing and finishing occupations 5,820 2,010 3,810
G983 Other elemental service occupations 26,970 17,160 9,810
H Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 2,550,295 2,374,605 175,695
H0 Contractors and supervisors in trades and transportation 125,250 117,120 8,130
H01 Contractors and supervisors, trades and related workers 116,410 109,535 6,875
H011 Supervisors, machinists and related occupations 7,745 7,265 480
H012 Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations 11,225 10,670 555
H013 Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades 5,050 4,915 130
H014 Contractors and supervisors, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades 7,940 7,730 210
H015 Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades 14,590 14,095 495
H016 Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades 18,165 17,085 1,075
H017 Contractors and supervisors, heavy construction equipment crews 21,425 20,760 665
H018 Supervisors, printing and related occupations 5,930 3,870 2,065
H019 Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers 24,335 23,135 1,200
H02 Supervisors, railway and motor transportation occupations 8,840 7,585 1,250
H021 Supervisors, railway transport operations 1,525 1,445 80
H022 Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators 7,305 6,140 1,170
H1 Construction trades 436,455 418,865 17,590
H11 Plumbers, pipefitters and gas fitters 72,655 71,355 1,300
H111 Plumbers 44,820 43,965 850
H112 Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers 22,190 21,815 370
H113 Gas fitters 5,650 5,570 80
H12 Carpenters and cabinetmakers 181,905 177,180 4,725
H121 Carpenters 157,530 154,660 2,870
H122 Cabinetmakers 24,375 22,520 1,855
H13 Masonry and plastering trades 72,725 70,495 2,235
H131 Bricklayers 18,885 18,680 210
H132 Concrete finishers 11,440 11,300 140
H133 Tilesetters 8,365 7,925 440
H134 Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers 34,040 32,585 1,445
H14 Other construction trades 109,165 99,835 9,325
H141 Roofers and shinglers 22,140 21,675 460
H142 Glaziers 10,500 10,080 420
H143 Insulators 8,975 8,345 630
H144 Painters and decorators 50,225 43,180 7,045
H145 Floor covering installers 17,330 16,555 775
H2 Stationary engineers, power station operators and electrical trades and telecommunications occupations 179,250 173,085 6,170
H21 Electrical trades and telecommunications occupations 156,370 151,140 5,230
H211 Electricians (except industrial and power system) 72,390 71,255 1,140
H212 Industrial electricians 29,960 29,465 495
H213 Power system electricians 5,380 5,190 185
H214 Electrical power line and cable workers 11,700 11,340 355
H215 Telecommunications line and cable workers 9,610 9,160 450
H216 Telecommunications installation and repair workers 22,890 20,450 2,440
H217 Cable television service and maintenance technicians 4,440 4,285 155
H22 Stationary engineers and power station and system operators 22,885 21,945 940
H221 Stationary engineers and auxiliary equipment operators 15,450 14,995 460
H222 Power systems and power station operators 7,425 6,950 480
H3 Machinists, metal forming, shaping and erecting occupations 221,830 212,475 9,355
H31 Machinists and related occupations 69,290 65,955 3,340
H311 Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors 52,075 49,485 2,590
H312 Tool and die makers 17,220 16,465 750
H32 Metal forming, shaping and erecting trades 152,540 146,520 6,015
H321 Sheet metal workers 21,320 20,655 665
H322 Boilermakers 3,830 3,735 95
H323 Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters 11,535 11,030 505
H324 Ironworkers 12,450 12,065 385
H325 Blacksmiths and die setters 870 830 40
H326 Welders and related machine operators 102,520 98,190 4,325
H4 Mechanics 377,035 369,545 7,490
H41 Machinery and transportation equipment mechanics (except motor vehicle) 166,715 163,540 3,175
H411 Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics (except textile) 75,900 74,755 1,140
H412 Heavy-duty equipment mechanics 39,140 38,715 420
H413 Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics 22,240 21,915 320
H414 Railway carmen/women 3,355 3,275 85
H415 Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors 15,690 15,120 575
H416 Machine fitters 5,350 4,955 395
H417 Textile machinery mechanics and repairers 1,410 1,240 165
H418 Elevator constructors and mechanics 3,620 3,555 65
H42 Automotive service technicians 181,240 177,735 3,510
H421 Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers 149,995 147,440 2,550
H422 Motor vehicle body repairers 31,250 30,290 960
H43 Other mechanics 29,080 28,270 805
H431 Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics 2,540 2,480 60
H432 Electric appliance servicers and repairers 8,005 7,730 275
H433 Electrical mechanics 8,245 7,870 375
H434 Motorcycle and other related mechanics 3,465 3,450 15
H435 Other small engine and equipment mechanics 6,815 6,730 85
H5 Other trades, n.e.c. 130,625 103,860 26,760
H51 Upholsterers, tailors, shoe repairers, jewellers and related occupations 33,965 13,665 20,300
H511 Upholsterers 5,990 4,740 1,245
H512 Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners 20,300 3,555 16,745
H513 Shoe repairers and shoemakers 2,010 1,570 445
H514 Jewellers, watch repairers and related occupations 5,670 3,805 1,865
H52 Printing press operators, commercial divers and other trades and related occupations, n.e.c. 31,665 28,330 3,335
H521 Printing press operators 21,280 18,690 2,585
H522 Commercial divers 985 945 35
H523 Other trades and related occupations 9,400 8,690 720
H53 Other installers, repairers and servicers 64,990 61,870 3,120
H531 Residential and commercial installers and servicers 34,425 32,810 1,620
H532 Waterworks and gas maintenance workers 4,585 4,355 235
H533 Automotive mechanical installers and servicers 12,860 12,445 415
H534 Pest controllers and fumigators 2,195 2,030 165
H535 Other repairers and servicers 10,915 10,230 685
H6 Heavy equipment and crane operators, including drillers 116,360 113,255 3,100
H61 Heavy equipment operators 98,525 95,780 2,745
H611 Heavy equipment operators (except crane) 82,725 80,495 2,235
H612 Public works maintenance equipment operators 15,800 15,285 515
H62 Crane operators, drillers and blasters 17,830 17,480 355
H621 Crane operators 13,620 13,370 250
H622 Drillers and blasters - Surface mining, quarrying and construction 2,995 2,910 85
H623 Water well drillers 1,220 1,200 25
H7 Transportation equipment operators and related workers, excluding labourers 561,365 505,910 55,450
H71 Motor vehicle and transit drivers 532,365 479,140 53,225
H711 Truck drivers 304,890 294,010 10,880
H712 Bus drivers and subway and other transit operators 78,590 50,255 28,335
H713 Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs 47,185 43,390 3,795
H714 Delivery and courier service drivers 101,700 91,485 10,215
H72 Train crew operating occupations 9,635 9,245 385
H721 Railway and yard locomotive engineers 4,580 4,440 140
H722 Railway conductors and brakemen/women 5,050 4,805 245
H73 Other transport equipment operators and related workers 19,365 17,520 1,840
H731 Railway yard workers 1,145 1,070 80
H732 Railway track maintenance workers 3,670 3,620 55
H733 Deck crew, water transport 4,030 3,695 340
H734 Engine room crew, water transport 650 640 10
H735 Lock and cable ferry operators and related occupations 1,295 1,020 275
H736 Boat operators 875 795 80
H737 Air transport ramp attendants 7,695 6,685 1,010
H8 Trades helpers, construction and transportation labourers and related occupations 402,130 360,495 41,635
H81 Longshore workers and material handlers 189,045 165,135 23,905
H811 Longshore workers 6,395 6,000 395
H812 Material handlers 182,645 159,140 23,510
H82 Trades helpers and labourers 176,420 163,415 13,000
H821 Construction trades helpers and labourers 166,095 153,970 12,130
H822 Other trades helpers and labourers 10,320 9,445 875
H83 Public works and other labourers, n.e.c. 36,665 31,940 4,730
H831 Public works and maintenance labourers 33,440 28,955 4,480
H832 Railway and motor transport labourers 3,235 2,985 250
I Occupations unique to primary industry 648,315 503,785 144,525
I0 Occupations unique to agriculture, excluding labourers 360,635 254,460 106,175
I01 Contractors, operators and supervisors in agriculture, horticulture and aquaculture 234,060 175,340 58,720
I011 Farmers and farm managers 199,435 148,860 50,575
I012 Agricultural and related service contractors and managers 1,465 1,240 225
I013 Farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers 9,385 5,845 3,535
I014 Nursery and greenhouse operators and managers 3,820 2,250 1,565
I015 Landscaping and grounds maintenance contractors and managers 9,660 8,340 1,315
I016 Supervisors, landscape and horticulture 9,435 8,090 1,345
I017 Aquaculture operators and managers 855 705 150
I02 Agriculture and horticulture workers 126,575 79,120 47,455
I021 General farm workers 104,555 70,095 34,465
I022 Nursery and greenhouse workers 22,020 9,025 12,995
I1 Occupations unique to forestry operations, mining, oil and gas extraction and fishing, excluding labourers 130,785 121,800 8,990
I11 Supervisors, logging and forestry 4,620 4,375 240
I111 Supervisors, logging and forestry 4,620 4,375 240
I12 Supervisors, mining, oil and gas 14,760 14,260 495
I121 Supervisors, mining and quarrying 4,720 4,500 220
I122 Supervisors, oil and gas drilling and service 10,035 9,760 285
I13 Underground miners, oil and gas drillers and related workers 24,150 23,410 740
I131 Underground production and development miners 10,880 10,635 240
I132 Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers 13,275 12,780 500
I14 Mine service workers and operators in oil and gas drilling 12,515 12,170 350
I141 Underground mine service and support workers 2,565 2,460 110
I142 Oil and gas well drilling workers and services operators 9,950 9,710 240
I15 Logging machinery operators 14,810 14,535 270
I151 Logging machinery operators 14,810 14,540 275
I16 Logging and forestry workers 22,335 20,760 1,580
I161 Chain saw and skidder operators 12,315 12,040 275
I162 Silviculture and forestry workers 10,020 8,715 1,305
I17 Fishing vessel masters and skippers and fishermen/women 30,645 26,685 3,965
I171 Fishing masters and officers 2,405 2,335 70
I172 Fishing vessel skippers and fishermen/women 28,235 24,345 3,890
I18 Other fishing and trapping occupations 6,955 5,605 1,345
I181 Fishing vessel deckhands 5,750 4,750 1,000
I182 Trappers and hunters 1,200 855 345
I2 Primary production labourers 156,890 127,530 29,360
I21 Primary production labourers 156,890 127,530 29,360
I211 Harvesting labourers 8,210 3,220 4,990
I212 Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers 114,495 94,445 20,055
I213 Aquaculture and marine harvest labourers 2,610 2,010 600
I214 Mine labourers 2,740 2,470 270
I215 Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers 16,080 15,145 940
I216 Logging and forestry labourers 12,750 10,245 2,505
J Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 992,765 662,430 330,335
J0 Supervisors in manufacturing 76,725 63,360 13,365
J01 Supervisors, processing occupations 49,795 42,035 7,765
J011 Supervisors, mineral and metal processing 8,425 8,035 390
J012 Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities 11,060 9,485 1,575
J013 Supervisors, food, beverage and tobacco processing 11,700 8,465 3,235
J014 Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing 6,675 5,350 1,325
J015 Supervisors, forest products processing 10,150 9,490 655
J016 Supervisors, textile processing 1,780 1,210 575
J02 Supervisors, assembly and fabrication 26,930 21,325 5,600
J021 Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling 7,925 6,715 1,205
J022 Supervisors, electronics manufacturing 1,810 1,215 595
J023 Supervisors, electrical products manufacturing 1,455 1,205 250
J024 Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing 4,015 3,430 580
J025 Supervisors, fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing 2,265 770 1,500
J026 Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing 4,905 4,360 545
J027 Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly 4,555 3,630 925
J1 Machine operators in manufacturing 387,875 257,620 130,260
J11 Central control and process operators in manufacturing and processing 23,370 21,535 1,840
J111 Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing 3,780 3,635 150
J112 Petroleum, gas and chemical process operators 15,485 14,040 1,445
J113 Pulping control operators 775 740 35
J114 Papermaking and coating control operators 3,325 3,120 205
J12 Machine operators and related workers in metal and mineral products processing 29,805 26,625 3,185
J121 Machine operators, mineral and metal processing 8,580 8,010 565
J122 Foundry workers 6,140 5,545 590
J123 Glass forming and finishing machine operators and glass cutters 4,940 4,110 835
J124 Concrete, clay and stone forming operators 6,080 5,680 395
J125 Inspectors and testers, mineral and metal processing 4,070 3,265 800
J13 Machine operators and related workers in chemical, plastic and rubber processing 54,495 39,190 15,305
J131 Chemical plant machine operators 10,015 6,600 3,415
J132 Plastics processing machine operators 26,060 17,265 8,795
J133 Rubber processing machine operators and related workers 11,135 8,560 2,575
J134 Water and waste plant operators 7,285 6,760 520
J14 Machine operators and related workers in pulp and paper production and wood processing 46,135 39,880 6,255
J141 Sawmill machine operators 14,235 13,470 765
J142 Pulp mill machine operators 3,355 3,120 235
J143 Papermaking and finishing machine operators 4,790 4,115 675
J144 Other wood processing machine operators 7,010 5,980 1,030
J145 Paper converting machine operators 9,800 7,480 2,320
J146 Lumber graders and other wood processing inspectors and graders 6,940 5,710 1,230
J15 Machine operators and related workers in textile processing 15,110 7,285 7,825
J151 Textile fibre and yarn preparation machine operators 2,665 1,475 1,185
J152 Weavers, knitters and other fabric-making occupations 6,240 2,885 3,355
J153 Textile dyeing and finishing machine operators 3,585 2,235 1,350
J154 Textile inspectors, graders and samplers 2,615 690 1,925
J16 Machine operators and related workers in fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing 49,105 7,405 41,700
J161 Sewing machine operators 41,995 3,865 38,130
J162 Fabric, fur and leather cutters 4,940 2,905 2,030
J163 Hide and pelt processing workers 295 215 80
J164 Inspectors and testers, fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing 1,870 415 1,455
J17 Machine operators and related workers in food, beverage and tobacco processing 66,505 41,310 25,195
J171 Process control and machine operators, food and beverage processing 28,680 19,070 9,610
J172 Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers 19,850 14,105 5,740
J173 Fish plant workers 11,945 5,515 6,430
J174 Tobacco processing machine operators 540 335 210
J175 Testers and graders, food and beverage processing 5,495 2,290 3,205
J18 Printing machine operators and related occupations 34,270 18,395 15,870
J181 Printing machine operators 10,465 6,975 3,490
J182 Camera, platemaking and other pre-press occupations 5,705 3,665 2,035
J183 Binding and finishing machine operators 9,430 4,650 4,775
J184 Photographic and film processors 8,670 3,105 5,565
J19 Machining, metalworking, woodworking and related machine operators 69,075 55,990 13,080
J191 Machining tool operators 24,760 20,295 4,470
J192 Forging machine operators 2,205 1,815 390
J193 Woodworking machine operators 11,735 9,625 2,105
J194 Metalworking machine operators 20,170 17,380 2,790
J196 Other metal products machine operators 4,720 3,615 1,105
J197 Other products machine operators 5,480 3,265 2,215
J2 Assemblers in manufacturing 261,520 182,650 78,870
J21 Mechanical, electrical and electronics assemblers 150,005 98,805 51,200
J211 Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors 8,955 7,615 1,340
J212 Motor vehicle assemblers, inspectors and testers 83,970 56,975 26,995
J213 Electronics assemblers, fabricators, inspectors and testers 26,330 11,830 14,500
J214 Assemblers and inspectors, electrical appliance, apparatus and equipment manufacturing 13,825 8,890 4,935
J215 Assemblers, fabricators and inspectors, industrial electrical motors and transformers 2,390 1,875 515
J216 Mechanical assemblers and inspectors 12,965 10,600 2,365
J217 Machine operators and inspectors, electrical apparatus manufacturing 1,570 1,025 550
J22 Other assembly and related occupations 111,515 83,845 27,665
J221 Boat assemblers and inspectors 3,390 2,980 410
J222 Furniture and fixture assemblers and inspectors 31,535 25,360 6,175
J223 Other wood products assemblers and inspectors 16,230 13,495 2,735
J224 Furniture finishers and refinishers 7,440 5,685 1,755
J225 Plastic products assemblers, finishers and inspectors 13,840 8,035 5,810
J226 Painters and coaters, industrial 15,860 13,815 2,045
J227 Plating, metal spraying and related operators 3,075 2,760 315
J228 Other assemblers and inspectors 20,135 11,715 8,420
J3 Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities 266,640 158,800 107,840
J31 Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities 266,645 158,800 107,845
J311 Labourers in mineral and metal processing 13,935 12,385 1,550
J312 Labourers in metal fabrication 14,080 11,805 2,270
J313 Labourers in chemical products processing and utilities 9,645 6,240 3,405
J314 Labourers in wood, pulp and paper processing 41,245 34,940 6,300
J315 Labourers in rubber and plastic products manufacturing 17,390 10,665 6,725
J316 Labourers in textile processing 7,615 3,300 4,315
J317 Labourers in food, beverage and tobacco processing 72,675 33,680 39,000
J318 Labourers in fish processing 12,575 4,670 7,905
J319 Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities 77,475 41,110 36,360

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Excludes census data for one or more incompletely enumerated Indian reserves or Indian settlements.

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Unemployed persons 15 years and over who have never worked for pay or in self-employment or who had last worked prior to January 1, 2005 only.

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Footnote 3

Refers to the experienced labour force population: includes persons who were employed and persons who were unemployed who had worked for pay or in self-employment since January 1, 2005.

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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Population, Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 97-559-XCB2006011.

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