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Footnotes Regarding NOC Classification and Earning Potential Referenced in the Career Guide and on Program Pages
This career guide provides an overview of sample career opportunities available for Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s certificate and diploma programs. Admission requirements and the complete list of required courses are not included. In addition, errors or omissions might inadvertently occur. For complete Saskatchewan Polytechnic program information, visit saskpolytech.ca. Saskatchewan Polytechnic reserves the right to alter program information at any time. Further disclaimers are listed on a case by case basis in the program tables.
1 Where possible, National Occupational Classifications (NOC) cover the sample job title as indicated. NOC codes were selected from the Government of Canada’s 2016 NOC system. The NOC system classifies jobs in Canada based on work performed and skills and education needed. The NOC names listed are intended to provide an overview of career areas that a Saskatchewan Polytechnic graduate is most likely to enter. They are neither exhaustive nor exclusive. Actual job titles will vary. For more information on the Government of Canada’s NOC system, visit the Employment and Social Development Canada website at https://noc.esdc.gc.ca/.
2 Unless otherwise noted, earning potential values were derived from the Government of Canada’s 2016 NOC wage reports for the Province of Saskatchewan and were determined using a 40 hour work week. For more information on the Government of Canada’s wage reports, visit the Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) website at jobbank.gc.ca/trend-analysis. In some cases, additional income information is available at saskatchewan.ca under the Business and Industry tab.
3 Indicates value based on Canada-wide data.