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2022 Saskatchewan Detailed Occupational Outlook

The Saskatchewan Detailed Occupational Outlook provides labour market information for 430 occupations. It is intended to inform career choices, workforce planning and decision-making for a variety of users such as employers, industries, sector councils, governments, employment and career practitioners, job seekers and learners.

Information for the 430 occupations is searchable by forecasted job openings for the five-year period, 2022 to 2026, job outlooks, 2022 estimated employment, 2022 wages, and the top three major industries that workers are employed. Occupations are also searchable by skills or educational levels which include management (Mgt); university degree (Univ); postsecondary diploma, certification, or apprenticeship training (PS); high school completion or occupation-specific training (HS); and less than high school completion or on-the-job training (LHS).

See the Methodology for more details on the information that is provided in the following tables.


1. Top 15 occupations with the most job openings by skill level

Look up the top 15 occupations with the most job openings, searchable by five educational or skill levels that are usually required for occupations. 2022 prevailing median wage rates are also provided which is the middle point of the wage distribution when wages are arranged in numerical order.


2. Saskatchewan Job Outlook (2022-2026) for 430 Occupations

The skill level, estimated employment, forecasted job openings, and job outlook are searchable for the 430 occupations. A job outlook is assigned to each occupation relative to the job prospects of the other occupations. Job outlooks are based on an assessment of a variety of assumptions and labour market indicators which are described in the Methodology.


3. Saskatchewan Wages for 430 Occupations

2022 wages estimates for occupations are searchable by low, median, and high wages. Hourly wage is the most frequent display for occupation; however, annual wages are displayed for 11 occupations such as lawyers and physicians. The median wage is the prevailing wage for each occupation.


4. Top Three Industries for 430 Occupations

Workers in each occupation are generally employed in a variety of industries. The top three major industries that employ the most workers for each occupation are provided.


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