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2011 National Household Survey: Data tables

Tabulation: Occupation - National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) 2006 (495), Age Groups (5) and Sex (3) for the Employed Labour Force Aged 15 Years and Over, in Private Households of Canada, Provinces, Territories, Census Divisions and Census Subdivisions, 2011 National Household Survey

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This table details occupation - national occupational classification for statistics 2006 , age groups and sex for the employed labour force aged 15 years and over, in private households in British Columbia / Colombie-BritanniqueFootnote 1
Global non-response rate (GNR)Footnote 2 = 26.1 %
Occupation - National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) 2006 (495) Age groups (5)
Total - Age groups 15 to 24 years 25 to 44 years 45 to 64 years 65 and over
Total - Occupation - National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) 2006Footnote 3 2,171,470 269,535 909,530 910,250 82,160
A011 Legislators 1,095 0 190 670 235
A012 Senior government managers and officials 2,135 30 545 1,475 80
A013 Senior managers - Financial, communications and other business services 6,210 25 1,965 3,590 635
A014 Senior managers - Health, education, social and community services and membership organizations 3,040 45 820 1,990 190
A015 Senior managers - Trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c. 5,525 25 1,730 3,280 495
A016 Senior managers - Goods production, utilities, transportation and construction 5,680 30 1,640 3,450 565
A111 Financial managers 8,480 120 3,885 4,195 285
A112 Human resources managers 5,445 100 2,345 2,915 90
A113 Purchasing managers 1,565 15 770 745 35
A114 Other administrative services managers 3,920 35 1,615 2,135 135
A121 Engineering managers 2,050 0 810 1,080 145
A122 Computer and information systems managers 5,805 35 3,280 2,435 60
A123 Architecture and science managers 970 0 495 440 30
A131 Sales, marketing and advertising managers 16,610 405 9,135 6,680 395
A141 Facility operation and maintenance managers 6,840 205 2,690 3,645 300
A211 Retail trade managers 51,650 2,385 23,355 24,015 1,890
A221 Restaurant and food service managers 17,510 1,370 8,675 7,060 400
A222 Accommodation service managers 4,530 145 1,815 2,285 285
A301 Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers 15,010 245 5,475 8,100 1,190
A302 Banking, credit and other investment managers 9,760 255 4,855 4,485 165
A303 Other business services managers 1,955 40 1,025 860 25
A311 Telecommunication carriers managers 1,190 25 615 525 25
A312 Postal and courier services managers 560 0 125 375 55
A321 Managers in health care 3,145 25 1,095 1,950 75
A322 Administrators - Post-secondary education and vocational training 2,840 55 975 1,765 50
A323 School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education 3,970 0 1,305 2,605 60
A324 Managers in social, community and correctional services 4,345 110 1,870 2,280 85
A331 Government managers - Health and social policy development and program administration 625 0 150 425 40
A332 Government managers - Economic analysis, policy development and program administration 1,255 0 445 780 30
A333 Government managers - Education policy development and program administration 100 0 20 75 0
A334 Other managers in public administration 950 0 275 645 10
A341 Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers 475 0 130 310 25
A342 Managers - Publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts 1,595 55 755 665 125
A343 Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors 1,800 70 840 790 95
A351 Commissioned police officers 135 0 10 115 0
A352 Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers 425 0 85 345 0
A353 Commissioned officers, armed forces 2,145 255 1,150 685 50
A361 Other services managers 4,960 335 2,260 2,195 175
A371 Construction managers 12,405 225 5,680 5,955 540
A372 Residential home builders and renovators 5,795 295 1,980 3,285 235
A373 Transportation managers 4,135 25 1,640 2,310 160
A381 Primary production managers (except agriculture) 2,260 25 785 1,365 80
A391 Manufacturing managers 8,725 125 3,270 4,790 540
A392 Utilities managers 1,770 0 770 970 25
B011 Financial auditors and accountants 28,630 640 13,940 12,685 1,365
B012 Financial and investment analysts 2,505 100 1,475 895 25
B013 Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers 2,525 75 945 1,335 170
B014 Other financial officers 12,910 380 6,145 5,740 645
B021 Specialists in human resources 5,615 120 2,765 2,620 115
B022 Professional occupations in business services to management 8,025 245 3,285 4,085 415
B111 Bookkeepers 22,620 1,000 7,845 12,050 1,720
B112 Loan officers 6,730 535 3,700 2,440 55
B113 Insurance adjusters and claims examiners 3,610 50 1,640 1,850 60
B114 Insurance underwriters 1,310 85 680 525 25
B115 Assessors, valuators and appraisers 1,645 40 715 805 80
B116 Customs, ship and other brokers 680 0 310 335 25
B211 Secretaries (except legal and medical) 17,655 1,420 5,080 10,150 1,010
B212 Legal secretaries 2,420 265 1,060 1,015 80
B213 Medical secretaries 575 30 225 305 0
B214 Court recorders and medical transcriptionists 1,565 65 565 890 45
B311 Administrative officers 31,725 1,150 13,120 16,420 1,040
B312 Executive assistants 5,700 205 2,645 2,710 135
B313 Personnel and recruitment officers 2,570 185 1,360 980 45
B314 Property administrators 9,995 190 2,760 5,480 1,575
B315 Purchasing agents and officers 4,585 110 2,100 2,235 145
B316 Conference and event planners 2,970 385 1,530 960 95
B317 Court officers and justices of the peace 570 0 150 360 60
B318 Immigration, employment insurance and revenue officers 4,210 315 1,975 1,870 50
B411 Supervisors, general office and administrative support clerks 1,455 55 520 870 10
B412 Supervisors, finance and insurance clerks 2,115 40 930 1,105 45
B413 Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information clerks 1,700 120 670 690 220
B414 Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations 775 0 215 535 0
B415 Supervisors, recording, distributing and scheduling occupations 4,325 190 2,230 1,860 50
B511 General office clerks 42,870 3,995 17,410 20,190 1,280
B513 Records management and filing clerks 2,580 420 1,020 1,100 40
B514 Receptionists and switchboard operators/B524 Telephone operators 26,315 5,410 9,780 10,245 875
B522 Data entry clerks 4,505 715 1,855 1,870 65
B523 Desktop publishing operators and related occupations 225 15 70 140 0
B531 Accounting and related clerks 15,580 1,030 6,115 7,815 620
B532 Payroll clerks 4,260 125 1,555 2,490 95
B533 Customer service representatives - Financial services 10,435 2,450 4,890 2,965 130
B534 Banking, insurance and other financial clerks 3,565 275 1,575 1,655 65
B535 Collectors 1,395 135 715 530 0
B541 Administrative clerks 3,900 255 1,610 1,910 130
B542 Personnel clerks 1,945 110 885 915 35
B543 Court clerks 435 0 195 230 0
B551 Library clerks 1,500 530 400 470 90
B552 Correspondence, publication and related clerks 1,060 85 470 465 45
B553 Customer service, information and related clerks 17,485 2,855 8,695 5,645 290
B554 Survey interviewers and statistical clerks 4,050 760 755 1,690 835
B561 Mail, postal and related clerks 4,110 305 1,405 2,250 150
B562 Letter carriers 4,080 50 1,655 2,325 55
B563 Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors 4,320 1,205 1,205 1,600 315
B571 Shippers and receivers 12,030 1,790 5,220 4,820 200
B572 Storekeepers and parts clerks 5,170 565 2,000 2,490 130
B573 Production clerks 2,150 110 1,135 860 45
B574 Purchasing and inventory clerks 3,345 465 1,535 1,300 50
B575 Dispatchers and radio operators 3,945 320 1,920 1,580 125
B576 Transportation route and crew schedulers 610 70 285 235 20
C011 Physicists and astronomers 485 0 230 175 65
C012 Chemists 1,285 40 730 450 65
C013 Geologists, geochemists and geophysicists 1,935 35 760 1,025 110
C014 Meteorologists 215 0 85 125 0
C015 Other professional occupations in physical sciences 320 0 145 145 25
C021 Biologists and related scientists 3,530 115 2,060 1,245 110
C022 Forestry professionals 2,300 20 980 1,225 85
C023 Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists 365 0 100 195 45
C031 Civil engineers 7,100 185 3,565 2,915 435
C032 Mechanical engineers 4,590 110 2,355 1,830 300
C033 Electrical and electronics engineers 4,665 90 2,340 2,070 170
C034 Chemical engineers 935 30 435 385 85
C041 Industrial and manufacturing engineers 1,070 25 505 490 45
C042 Metallurgical and materials engineers 270 0 150 85 25
C043 Mining engineers 905 35 385 420 75
C044 Geological engineers 700 35 390 235 40
C045 Petroleum engineers 215 0 105 85 15
C046 Aerospace engineers 245 0 135 95 0
C047 Computer engineers (except software engineers) 2,630 60 1,730 815 25
C048 Other professional engineers, n.e.c. 1,055 70 530 370 85
C051 Architects 2,635 0 1,110 1,255 265
C052 Landscape architects 315 0 170 130 0
C053 Urban and land use planners 1,660 25 880 710 40
C054 Land surveyors 1,115 0 450 595 50
C061 Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries 680 45 450 160 20
C071 Information systems analysts and consultants 13,500 450 7,290 5,620 140
C072 Database analysts and data administrators 1,500 45 735 710 0
C073 Software engineers and designers 6,580 255 4,820 1,465 40
C074 Computer programmers and interactive media developers 11,640 815 7,665 3,060 100
C075 Web designers and developers 3,860 360 2,480 990 35
C111 Chemical technologists and technicians 2,795 440 1,450 865 45
C112 Geological and mineral technologists and technicians 1,445 260 555 560 70
C121 Biological technologists and technicians 1,655 230 930 450 50
C122 Agricultural and fish products inspectors 610 0 260 335 0
C123 Forestry technologists and technicians 2,380 300 1,125 895 60
C124 Conservation and fishery officers 755 50 300 380 30
C125 Landscape and horticultural technicians and specialists 3,360 340 1,350 1,550 120
C131 Civil engineering technologists and technicians 2,480 305 1,050 1,050 75
C132 Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians 1,865 340 785 705 40
C133 Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians 1,370 60 675 610 30
C134 Construction estimators 2,040 65 850 1,000 120
C141 Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians 4,505 455 1,895 2,000 155
C142 Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment) 7,145 585 3,405 3,010 145
C143 Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics 695 30 275 360 30
C144 Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors 1,110 55 560 470 30
C151 Architectural technologists and technicians 1,005 70 500 410 25
C152 Industrial designers 605 30 315 225 30
C153 Drafting technologists and technicians 3,760 310 1,850 1,440 165
C154 Land survey technologists and technicians 425 80 145 205 0
C155 Mapping and related technologists and technicians/C113 Meteorological technicians 1,475 40 770 635 30
C161 Non-destructive testers and inspectors 760 45 390 320 0
C162 Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers 650 0 210 370 60
C163 Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety 3,490 115 1,610 1,630 135
C164 Construction inspectors 2,225 20 800 1,265 145
C171 Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors 3,150 135 1,490 1,490 35
C172 Air traffic control and related occupations 845 50 465 335 0
C173 Deck officers, water transport 1,965 70 720 1,065 105
C174 Engineer officers, water transport 705 0 200 485 0
C175 Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators 160 0 85 65 0
C181 Computer network technicians 7,305 440 4,300 2,505 60
C182 User support technicians 5,430 495 3,235 1,665 35
C183 Systems testing technicians 710 55 470 175 0
D011 Specialist physicians 4,680 15 2,060 2,040 560
D012 General practitioners and family physicians 6,530 0 2,440 3,445 640
D013 Dentists 3,130 0 1,215 1,610 300
D014 Veterinarians 1,230 0 680 490 60
D021 Optometrists 665 0 430 220 15
D022 Chiropractors 840 0 425 350 65
D023 Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating 435 0 245 180 0
D031 Pharmacists 4,400 105 2,355 1,830 110
D032 Dietitians and nutritionists 1,205 0 585 580 35
D041 Audiologists and speech-language pathologists 1,175 0 565 580 30
D042 Physiotherapists 3,090 15 1,610 1,345 125
D043 Occupational therapists 1,830 35 1,150 640 0
D044 Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment 1,080 65 565 425 30
D111 Head nurses and supervisors 1,255 30 530 685 0
D112 Registered nurses 38,675 1,070 18,275 18,115 1,215
D211 Medical laboratory technologists and pathologists' assistants 2,820 55 1,050 1,650 70
D212 Medical laboratory technicians 4,000 425 1,795 1,750 30
D213 Veterinary and animal health technologists and technicians 1,915 560 990 355 0
D214 Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardio-pulmonary technologists 960 35 635 295 0
D215 Medical radiation technologists 2,150 80 1,140 890 40
D216 Medical sonographers 615 0 285 290 0
D217 Cardiology technologists/D218 Electroencephalographic and other diagnostic technologists, n.e.c. 350 30 165 145 0
D219 Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health) 480 55 215 205 0
D221 Denturists 270 0 105 155 0
D222 Dental hygienists and dental therapists 3,435 180 1,960 1,270 20
D223 Dental technologists, technicians and laboratory bench workers 1,330 55 600 625 55
D231 Opticians 1,290 90 525 650 25
D232 Midwives and practitioners of natural healing 1,940 0 950 880 115
D233 Licensed practical nurses 6,425 400 3,225 2,695 115
D234 Ambulance attendants and other paramedical occupations 3,635 175 1,980 1,465 15
D235 Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment 3,830 245 2,265 1,235 85
D311 Dental assistants 5,345 705 2,755 1,850 35
D312 Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates 23,720 1,420 8,975 12,855 465
D313 Other assisting occupations in support of health services 8,440 1,185 4,365 2,810 75
E011 Judges 360 0 0 215 140
E012 Lawyers and Quebec notaries 11,315 85 4,980 5,615 630
E021 Psychologists 2,585 50 880 1,220 440
E022 Social workers 6,035 55 2,850 2,915 215
E023 Family, marriage and other related counsellors 4,500 60 1,850 2,330 260
E024 Ministers of religion 4,760 100 1,615 2,530 515
E025 Probation and parole officers and related occupations 1,010 0 575 420 0
E031 Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers 3,235 110 1,575 1,425 125
E032 Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts 1,245 100 615 485 40
E033 Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants 7,780 610 4,425 2,495 245
E034 Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers 3,875 140 1,815 1,840 75
E035 Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers 2,775 130 1,105 1,390 155
E036 Recreation, sports and fitness program supervisors and consultants 1,965 170 1,180 585 30
E037 Program officers unique to government 2,490 175 470 1,105 745
E038 Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c. 1,105 50 680 295 80
E039 Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers 3,580 220 1,920 1,275 155
E111 University professors 9,710 50 3,185 5,705 770
E112 Post-secondary teaching and research assistants 8,425 2,060 5,205 1,050 110
E121 College and other vocational instructors 13,125 250 4,790 7,360 720
E131 Secondary school teachers 19,425 190 10,300 8,470 470
E132 Elementary school and kindergarten teachers 30,220 265 15,795 13,615 545
E133 Educational counsellors 3,250 95 1,445 1,635 75
E211 Paralegal and related occupations 7,315 480 3,720 2,895 215
E212 Community and social service workers 20,050 1,570 9,105 8,870 505
E213 Employment counsellors 2,480 50 1,040 1,315 70
E214 Instructors and teachers of persons with disabilities 905 135 490 250 0
E215 Other instructors 5,745 1,220 2,025 2,145 350
E216 Other religious occupations 845 60 220 445 115
E217 Early childhood educators and assistants 17,995 2,130 9,365 6,090 415
F011 Librarians 1,855 40 720 1,025 70
F012 Conservators and curators 200 0 95 100 0
F013 Archivists 145 0 50 55 0
F021 Authors and writers 4,000 110 1,670 1,710 510
F022 Editors 2,210 125 805 1,170 110
F023 Journalists 1,355 80 635 600 40
F024 Professional occupations in public relations and communications 7,050 550 4,070 2,155 275
F025 Translators, terminologists and interpreters 1,305 90 460 655 95
F031 Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations 3,220 195 1,700 1,205 120
F032 Conductors, composers and arrangers 600 0 260 275 55
F033 Musicians and singers 5,825 485 2,175 2,775 395
F034 Dancers 1,305 330 645 260 65
F035 Actors and comedians 1,720 290 875 450 105
F036 Painters, sculptors and other visual artists 3,455 85 845 1,945 580
F111 Library and archive technicians and assistants 2,015 250 665 1,075 25
F112 Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries 700 200 230 240 30
F121 Photographers 2,560 220 1,275 910 155
F122 Film and video camera operators 730 50 360 325 0
F123 Graphic arts technicians 1,215 120 765 275 60
F124 Broadcast technicians 265 50 110 100 0
F125 Audio and video recording technicians 1,925 395 925 560 40
F126 Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts 1,625 180 980 455 0
F127 Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts 1,410 150 715 520 25
F131 Announcers and other broadcasters 765 65 405 285 15
F132 Other performers 505 85 260 145 0
F141 Graphic designers and illustrators 8,485 585 5,455 2,320 120
F142 Interior designers 3,055 105 1,365 1,495 85
F143 Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers 1,910 180 895 790 45
F144 Artisans and craftspersons 2,495 130 650 1,430 280
F145 Patternmakers - Textile, leather and fur products 95 0 30 60 0
F151 Athletes 575 190 320 65 0
F152 Coaches 1,740 105 995 545 85
F153 Sports officials and referees 640 585 0 35 0
F154 Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness 12,825 5,670 4,610 2,325 215
G011 Retail trade supervisors 9,700 1,625 4,155 3,850 70
G012 Food service supervisors 5,100 1,855 2,010 1,170 55
G013 Executive housekeepers 860 85 360 385 0
G015 Cleaning supervisors 1,115 35 415 615 55
G016 Other service supervisors/G014 Dry cleaning and laundry supervisors 2,325 350 960 940 80
G111 Sales representatives, wholesale trade (non-technical) 19,055 1,110 8,335 8,760 855
G121 Technical sales specialists, wholesale trade/G134 Grain elevator operators 7,550 440 3,635 3,285 185
G131 Insurance agents and brokers 9,105 555 4,240 3,740 570
G132 Real estate agents and salespersons 7,170 235 2,315 3,645 975
G133 Retail and wholesale buyers 3,935 390 1,720 1,745 80
G211 Retail salespersons and sales clerks 91,885 28,395 28,945 30,420 4,125
G311 Cashiers 38,445 17,515 10,560 9,640 730
G411 Chefs 10,470 1,220 5,340 3,810 100
G412 Cooks 29,495 9,570 10,550 8,870 505
G511 Maîtres d'hôtel and hosts/hostesses 4,040 3,380 340 295 20
G512 Bartenders 4,570 1,320 2,510 685 50
G513 Food and beverage servers 29,340 13,090 11,760 4,275 215
G611 Police officers (except commissioned) 10,750 345 7,090 3,230 80
G612 Firefighters 4,915 345 2,875 1,670 30
G621 Sheriffs and bailiffs 630 0 320 295 0
G622 Correctional service officers 3,235 165 2,010 965 95
G623 By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c. 1,385 50 540 760 35
G624 Other ranks, armed forces 3,940 555 2,340 1,025 20
G631 Security guards and related occupations/G625 Other protective service occupations 14,405 1,540 5,390 5,925 1,550
G711 Travel counsellors 4,350 275 1,900 1,925 250
G712 Pursers and flight attendants 2,205 140 1,210 850 0
G713 Airline sales and service agents 2,245 175 940 1,115 25
G714 Ticket agents, cargo service representatives and related clerks (except airline) 580 75 170 320 0
G715 Hotel front desk clerks 4,120 1,055 1,890 1,065 105
G721 Tour and travel guides 1,120 245 345 430 100
G722 Outdoor sport and recreational guides 740 85 445 205 0
G723 Casino occupations 2,810 145 1,805 805 55
G731 Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport 3,400 1,600 775 690 325
G732 Other attendants in accommodation and travel 690 185 280 185 35
G811 Visiting homemakers, housekeepers and related occupations 13,210 675 4,825 7,000 710
G812 Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants 16,060 835 5,650 9,265 315
G814 Babysitters, nannies and parents' helpers 10,080 1,640 5,615 2,510 315
G911 Hairstylists and barbers 12,560 1,560 6,020 4,515 465
G912 Funeral directors and embalmers 390 0 105 245 20
G921 Image, social and other personal consultants 435 40 225 170 0
G922 Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations 6,050 970 3,380 1,615 80
G923 Pet groomers and animal care workers 2,575 500 1,000 1,000 75
G924 Other personal service occupations 170 0 60 90 0
G931 Light duty cleaners 26,860 3,565 8,625 13,720 945
G932 Specialized cleaners 5,800 1,875 2,010 1,790 125
G933 Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents 27,680 2,435 7,475 15,875 1,895
G941 Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers, retail and wholesale 2,115 295 745 995 80
G942 Bakers 6,595 1,240 2,515 2,660 185
G961 Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related occupations 45,170 24,320 11,010 9,245 595
G971 Service station attendants 2,795 1,195 830 730 40
G972 Grocery clerks and store shelf stockers 18,155 7,375 5,475 4,885 420
G973 Other elemental sales occupations 4,175 590 1,450 1,665 470
G981 Dry cleaning and laundry occupations/G982 Ironing, pressing and finishing occupations 2,685 150 830 1,515 190
G983 Other elemental service occupations 3,080 1,255 835 830 160
H011 Supervisors, machinists and related occupations/H014 Contractors and supervisors, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades 1,415 90 640 675 15
H012 Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations 1,805 0 800 920 50
H013 Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades 830 0 320 460 20
H015 Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades 2,390 35 1,120 1,170 65
H016 Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades 1,930 80 655 1,110 80
H017 Contractors and supervisors, heavy construction equipment crews 4,570 165 1,810 2,500 90
H018 Supervisors, printing and related occupations 440 0 165 230 0
H019 Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers 4,545 315 2,145 1,945 140
H021 Supervisors, railway transport operations 230 0 75 105 0
H022 Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators 1,060 0 395 585 70
H111 Plumbers 7,500 1,045 3,925 2,320 205
H112 Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers 2,105 225 920 860 105
H113 Gas fitters 1,195 80 585 485 55
H121 Carpenters 25,405 3,455 11,470 9,815 665
H122 Cabinetmakers 2,965 255 1,310 1,325 75
H131 Bricklayers 1,905 175 1,025 595 105
H132 Concrete finishers 1,540 165 770 565 45
H133 Tilesetters 1,685 190 875 570 50
H134 Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers 4,805 630 2,370 1,610 200
H141 Roofers and shinglers 4,085 990 2,060 990 45
H142 Glaziers 2,120 250 930 905 30
H143 Insulators 1,065 230 500 315 0
H144 Painters and decorators 7,970 1,065 3,630 3,095 180
H145 Floor covering installers 2,690 240 1,150 1,205 90
H211 Electricians (except industrial and power system) 12,530 1,665 6,440 4,105 320
H212 Industrial electricians 2,615 160 985 1,360 115
H213 Power system electricians 465 25 280 155 0
H214 Electrical power line and cable workers 1,145 60 650 350 90
H215 Telecommunications line and cable workers 2,065 60 1,125 865 0
H216 Telecommunications installation and repair workers 2,855 150 1,390 1,270 40
H217 Cable television service and maintenance technicians 310 35 145 115 15
H221 Stationary engineers and auxiliary equipment operators/H222 Power systems and power station operators 3,290 130 1,160 1,895 100
H311 Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors 3,275 305 1,000 1,800 170
H312 Tool and die makers 350 0 125 185 25
H321 Sheet metal workers 2,675 390 1,300 905 75
H322 Boilermakers 280 40 90 150 0
H323 Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters 1,460 105 610 690 60
H324 Ironworkers 1,535 305 600 595 30
H326 Welders and related machine operators 8,085 1,010 3,650 3,215 200
H411 Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics (except textile)/H417 Textile machinery mechanics and repairers 7,615 405 2,560 4,370 275
H412 Heavy-duty equipment mechanics 6,585 510 2,340 3,415 315
H413 Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics 2,700 230 1,250 1,160 65
H414 Railway carmen/women 515 0 145 365 0
H415 Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors 2,790 160 1,235 1,365 30
H416 Machine fitters 450 0 125 300 0
H418 Elevator constructors and mechanics 750 90 360 285 0
H421 Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers 15,795 2,070 7,160 6,085 480
H422 Motor vehicle body repairers 3,820 430 1,665 1,625 95
H431 Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics 190 20 110 45 0
H432 Electric appliance servicers and repairers 1,080 70 350 590 70
H433 Electrical mechanics 350 0 210 135 0
H434 Motorcycle and other related mechanics 425 30 190 200 0
H435 Other small engine and equipment mechanics 645 55 200 315 70
H511 Upholsterers 610 0 145 375 80
H512 Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners 1,955 45 415 1,300 190
H513 Shoe repairers and shoemakers 190 0 35 115 20
H514 Jewellers, watch repairers and related occupations 785 45 205 445 85
H521 Printing press operators 1,150 45 515 565 30
H523 Other trades and related occupations/H522 Commercial divers/H325 Blacksmiths and die setters 2,390 130 895 1,260 105
H531 Residential and commercial installers and servicers 6,580 980 2,900 2,530 170
H532 Waterworks and gas maintenance workers 660 30 295 325 15
H533 Automotive mechanical installers and servicers 1,910 680 760 430 40
H534 Pest controllers and fumigators 450 45 240 165 0
H535 Other repairers and servicers 1,855 360 720 715 70
H611 Heavy equipment operators (except crane) 10,110 740 4,065 4,785 520
H612 Public works maintenance equipment operators 2,175 80 975 1,070 50
H621 Crane operators 1,930 100 875 920 35
H622 Drillers and blasters - Surface mining, quarrying and construction 575 55 285 225 0
H623 Water well drillers 200 25 90 80 0
H711 Truck drivers 31,780 965 12,955 16,480 1,385
H712 Bus drivers and subway and other transit operators 9,045 0 2,060 6,125 845
H713 Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs 6,010 205 2,355 2,940 515
H714 Delivery and courier service drivers 10,810 2,030 3,855 4,490 445
H721 Railway and yard locomotive engineers 860 25 250 575 0
H722 Railway conductors and brakemen/women 1,170 225 625 315 0
H731 Railway yard workers/H732 Railway track maintenance workers 865 75 210 580 0
H733 Deck crew, water transport/H734 Engine room crew, water transport 1,320 85 615 605 0
H735 Lock and cable ferry operators and related occupations/H736 Boat operators 955 75 350 480 45
H737 Air transport ramp attendants 1,495 455 595 415 30
H811 Longshore workers 2,685 125 1,285 1,245 35
H812 Material handlers 20,735 4,355 8,070 7,980 335
H821 Construction trades helpers and labourers 17,945 4,725 7,705 5,285 225
H822 Other trades helpers and labourers 1,110 410 335 350 15
H831 Public works and maintenance labourers 3,180 580 1,260 1,265 80
H832 Railway and motor transport labourers 445 115 160 165 0
I011 Farmers and farm managers 11,700 315 2,265 5,620 3,500
I012 Agricultural and related service contractors and managers/I013 Farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers 1,165 160 415 530 60
I014 Nursery and greenhouse operators and managers 1,035 45 300 535 155
I015 Landscaping and grounds maintenance contractors and managers/I016 Supervisors, landscape and horticulture 2,880 300 1,300 1,210 70
I017 Aquaculture operators and managers 565 25 345 175 30
I021 General farm workers 7,780 2,320 1,985 2,760 715
I022 Nursery and greenhouse workers 3,730 710 1,285 1,585 145
I111 Supervisors, logging and forestry 1,175 20 410 665 80
I121 Supervisors, mining and quarrying 950 50 360 535 0
I122 Supervisors, oil and gas drilling and service 830 0 365 420 40
I131 Underground production and development miners 1,555 140 755 635 25
I132 Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers 1,010 135 660 205 0
I141 Underground mine service and support workers 145 20 75 50 0
I142 Oil and gas well drilling workers and services operators 490 125 275 90 0
I151 Logging machinery operators 2,700 150 930 1,510 105
I161 Chain saw and skidder operators 1,615 140 620 800 65
I162 Silviculture and forestry workers 1,020 285 455 275 0
I171 Fishing masters and officers 185 0 65 120 0
I172 Fishing vessel skippers and fishermen/women 1,320 110 440 675 95
I181 Fishing vessel deckhands 255 65 105 90 0
I182 Trappers and hunters 35 0 0 15 20
I211 Harvesting labourers 2,075 100 840 910 220
I212 Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers 16,015 4,480 5,850 5,145 550
I213 Aquaculture and marine harvest labourers 465 90 235 125 0
I214 Mine labourers 605 145 330 125 0
I215 Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers 600 165 350 85 0
I216 Logging and forestry labourers 1,475 305 545 620 0
J011 Supervisors, mineral and metal processing 565 25 195 330 0
J012 Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities 1,055 0 430 600 15
J013 Supervisors, food, beverage and tobacco processing 1,165 30 585 535 0
J014 Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing 190 0 80 80 0
J015 Supervisors, forest products processing 1,375 0 460 830 70
J016 Supervisors, textile processing/J025 Supervisors, fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing 110 0 30 75 0
J021 Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling 60 0 15 45 0
J022 Supervisors, electronics manufacturing 155 0 80 55 0
J023 Supervisors, electrical products manufacturing 35 0 0 35 0
J024 Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing 290 0 165 110 0
J026 Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing 115 0 45 60 0
J027 Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly 255 0 130 125 0
J111 Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing 495 25 265 195 0
J112 Petroleum, gas and chemical process operators 1,365 120 640 605 0
J113 Pulping control operators/J114 Papermaking and coating control operators 520 0 215 300 0
J121 Machine operators, mineral and metal processing 650 50 280 310 0
J122 Foundry workers 355