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These occupations include supervisors and equipment operators in the natural resource-based sectors of mining, oil and gas production, forestry and logging, agriculture, horticulture and fishing. Most occupations in this category are industry specific and do not occur outside of the primary resources industries. Occupations within this category generally require completion of college or vocational education programs. Some of these occupations, however, are characterized by on-the-job training and progression through experience.
This major group comprises supervisors and technical occupations in natural resources, agriculture and related production, which usually require completion of secondary school and experience,…
This major group comprises workers in natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations, which usually require completion of secondary school and some training, a…
This major group comprises labourers in harvesting, landscaping and natural resources occupations which may require certification, secondary school completion or some secondary school education.…
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Niagara Workforce Planning Board will continue to deliver labour market data and insight, under the umbrella of the Workforce Collective brand. With this new brand, we’re also emphasizing our initiatives related to workplace wellbeing, newcomer employment strategies, the equity of work and more.
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