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Occupational information

Explore the following links, which contain information on duties, working conditions, skills, education, salary, employment prospects, and opportunities.

  • Occupational information
  • Program career options
  • Education and training options

Information interviews

Conduct an information interview to get first-hand information about what it is like to work in a particular field. Some questions you can ask:

  • What is your job title?
  • What are your duties and responsibilities?
  • What's a typical day at work like?
  • How did you get into this line of work?
  • What education or training do you have or need for your current role?
  • What are the working conditions like?
  • What do you like or dislike about your work?
  • What other preparation, if any, would you recommend to get started in this line of work?
  • What do you see as being the future opportunities or changes in this field?

Other information sources

  • Career Information Hotline for Alberta only: 1-800-661-3753 or e-mail: info@alis.gov.ab.ca
  • Canada employment centres
  • Professional associations and unions
  • Career resource section of the library
  • Volunteering or job shadowing
  • College and university counsellors
  • Job postings and job ads

Program career options

Education and training options

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Updated March 06, 2024 by Digital & Web Operations (web_services@athabascau.ca)