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National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes are pivotal in categorizing job roles within Canada, notably in the expanding tech sector. These codes offer clarity on job responsibilities, educational prerequisites, and industry norms, aiding in strategic career planning and growth.

The recent additions to the NOC codes highlight the recognition of new roles in digital and tech, emphasizing the necessity of staying updated on these emerging positions.

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Employers value candidates who upskill with micro credentials and free online education to enhance skill sets and remain relevant. These types of resources, and a mindset for continuous learning, provide aspiring individuals and professionals the opportunity to adapt and thrive - a significant shift from the availability of such resources two decades ago.

1120 - Occupations in Advertising, Marketing, PR

NOC: 11202 | Digital Marketer

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Digital Marketing Professionals leverage online platforms to promote products, services, or brands. They create and implement digital marketing strategies to engage target audiences.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

A creative thinker and effective communicator with a knack for digital platforms. If you excel in crafting compelling messages and are keen on analyzing data to inform strategies, this role could suit you well.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Digital Marketing Coordinator

  • Digital Marketing Project Manager

  • Digital Marketing Consultant


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Develop and implement digital marketing strategies

  • Manage social media accounts

  • Analyze campaign performance Create content

  • Engage with the online community


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

These professionals find opportunities in marketing and consulting firms, advertising agencies, corporations, associations, government, social agencies, museums, galleries, and may choose to work independently.


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

A university degree or college diploma in business marketing, public relations, or communications is usually required.


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2121 - Math Stats Actuaries and Data Scientists

NOC: 21211 | Data Scientist

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Data scientists use advanced analytics technologies including machine learning and predictive modelling to support the identification of trends and provide automated recommendations.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

If you enjoy analyzing data or information, interacting with computers, interpreting the meaning of information for others, and are inquisitive, detail-oriented, and analytical, this career path might be suitable for you.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Data Scientist

  • Data Engineer

  • Data Analytics Consultant

  • Data Architect

  • Machine Learning Specialist

  • AI Designer

  • AI Analyst

  • Big Data Analyst

  • Big Data Developer

  • Data Miner

  • Data Modeler

  • Machine Learning Engineer


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Implement cutting-edge techniques in machine learning and AI

  • Perform large-scale data analysis

  • Create advanced machine learning algorithms

  • Visualize data


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

They're sought after by consulting firms, universities, banks, and IT departments across various sectors.


SALARY RANGES

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  • Entry : $60,000

  • Mid : $90,000

  • Senior : $125,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

A bachelor’s degree in statistics, mathematics, computer science, or a related field.


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2122 - Computer and Info Systems

NOC: 21220 | Cyber Security Specialist

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Cyber Security Specialists safeguard an organization's computer networks and systems. They develop strategies to prevent unauthorized access and potential threats, ensuring the security of data and information technology assets.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

Ideal for individuals who are detail-oriented, have a strong interest in technology and security, and possess analytical and problem-solving skills. Being proactive and continually learning in the ever-evolving field of cybersecurity is crucial.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Network Security Engineer

  • Cyber Security Analyst

  • Cyber Security Specialist

  • Network Security Analyst

  • Systems Security Analyst

  • IT Security Analyst

  • IT Security Consultant

  • IT Security Specialist

  • Systems Security Engineer


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Assess and improve security measures

  • Monitor systems for security breaches

  • Implement encryption and firewalls

  • Respond to cyber incidents according to the response plan


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

Employed by IT consulting firms, government agencies, private corporations, and can also work as independent consultants in various sectors.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $65,000

  • Mid : $85,000

  • Senior : $115,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Typically requires a degree in computer science, information technology, or related fields with a focus on cybersecurity. Continuous learning through certifications and courses is common in this field.


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NOC: 21222 | Information Systems Specialist

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Information systems specialists analyze, test, and assess systems requirements and provide advice on a wide range of information systems issues.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

If you're a problem solver with the ability to analyze and understand complex situations, take initiative, and work effectively both independently and as part of a team, this career path may be for you.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • IT Project Manager

  • Systems Quality Assurance Analyst

  • IT Consultant Analyst or Specialist

  • Systems Analyst

  • Technical Project Manager

  • Applications Analyst

  • Computer Systems Analyst

  • Solutions Architect

  • Systems Auditor


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Design, develop, and oversee IT systems

  • Collect and analyze data

  • Review IT systems

  • Develop quality assurance procedures

  • Perform preventive maintenance


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

These experts are hired by information technology consulting firms, IT units across sectors, or may decide to work independently.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $65,000

  • Mid : $75,000

  • Senior : $98,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Bachelor’s degree in computer science, systems engineering, or related fields.


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NOC: 21223 | Database Analyst and Administrator

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Database analysts design, develop, and administer data management solutions using database management software. Data administrators develop and implement data administration policy, standards, and models.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

This job might be for you if you enjoy programming languages, are curious and enjoy problem-solving, possess good analytical and critical thinking skills, work well under pressure, are open to learning new skills and technologies, value teamwork, pay attention to detail, have good communication and interpersonal skills, and enjoy deciphering complex instructions to find the most important parts.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Electronic Data Processing Analyst

  • Data Analyst

  • Database Analyst

  • Database Architect

  • Database Administrator

  • Data Administrator

  • Data Management Specialist

  • Data Processing Specialist

  • Data Quality Analyst


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Collect and document user requirements

  • Design and develop database architecture

  • Design, construct, modify, integrate, implement and test data models and database management systems

  • Operate database management systems to analyze data and perform data mining analysis

  • Lead, coordinate or supervise other workers in this group


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

They collaborate with information technology consulting firms and IT units across various sectors.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $70,000

  • Mid : $90,000

  • Senior : $115,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Bachelor’s degree or college program in computer science, computer engineering, or mathematics.


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2123 - Computer Software and Web Designers and Developers

NOC: 21230 | Computer System Developers and Programmers

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Computer systems developers and programmers write, modify, integrate and test computer code for software applications, data processing applications, operating systems-level software and communications software.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

If you're interested in programming, problem-solving, analytical thinking, teamwork, and have good communication skills, this career path could be a good match for you.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Computer Programmer

  • Operating Systems Programmer

  • Systems Programmer


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Write, modify, integrate and test software code

  • Maintain existing computer programs by making modifications as required

  • Identify and communicate technical problems, processes and solutions

  • Prepare reports, manuals and other documentation on the status, operation and maintenance of software

  • Assist in the collection and documentation of user requirements

  • Assist in the development of logical and physical specifications

  • May lead and coordinate teams of computer programmers


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

They're vital assets to computer software development firms, information technology consulting firms, and IT units in both public and private sectors.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $55,000

    • Mid : $80,000

  • Senior : $110,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

A bachelor’s degree or college diploma program in computer science, computer engineering or in another discipline with a significant programming component. Both colleges and universities in Manitoba have program offerings for Computer Systems Developers and Computer Programmers.


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NOC: 21231 | Software Engineer and Designer

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Software engineers and designers research, design, evaluate, integrate and maintain software applications, technical environments, operating systems, embedded software, information warehouses and telecommunications software.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

This career might be suitable for you if you're interested in programming languages, are a good team player, adaptable, a critical thinker, skilled at time and task management, creative, and possess good communication skills.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Software Engineer

  • Software and IT Project Manager

  • Development and Operations (DevOps) Engineer

  • Backend Engineer

  • Cloud Administrator or Architect

  • Cloud Engineer

  • Computer Software Engineer

  • Mobile Development Lead

  • Systems Engineer - Software

  • Computer Applications Engineer


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Collect and document users’ requirements and develop logical and physical specifications

  • Research, evaluate and synthesize technical information to design, develop and test computer-based systems

  • Develop data, process and network models to optimize architecture and to evaluate the performance and reliability of designs

  • Plan, design and coordinate the development, installation, integration and operation of computer-based systems

  • Assess, test, troubleshoot, document, upgrade and develop maintenance procedures for operating systems, communications environments and applications software


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

They contribute their skills to computer software and video game development firms, IT consulting firms, and IT units in various sectors.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $55,000

  • Mid : $80,000

  • Senior : $110,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

A bachelor’s degree, usually in computer science, computer systems engineering, software engineering or mathematics is usually required.


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NOC: 21232 | Software Developer and Programmer

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Software Developers and Programmers create and refine the software that powers apps, systems, and platforms. They write code, test it to make sure it works correctly, and make updates to improve efficiency. Their work is crucial in developing new software and ensuring existing software runs smoothly.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

Great for those who love coding, problem-solving, and working on a team. If you're creative, adaptable, and enjoy constantly learning new things, this field could be a perfect fit.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Animation Programmer

  • Application Programmer

  • Software Developer

  • Software Development Project Manager

  • Mobile Applications Developer


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Design and write code for software

  • Test and debug software to ensure functionality

  • Collaborate with other developers and clients

  • Maintain and update software to meet new requirement


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

Software developers can find work in a variety of settings, including tech companies, IT consulting firms, and businesses with IT departments, among others.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $55,000

  • Mid : $80,000

  • Senior : $110,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Typically requires a bachelor's degree in computer science or software engineering, though some positions may accept equivalent experience or education in a related field.


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NOC: 21233 | Web Designer

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Web designers create the visual presentation, layout, and functionality of websites, ensuring ease of use and accessibility.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

If you possess critical thinking skills, attention to detail, great communication skills, a passion for technology, the ability to stay calm in stressful situations, an interest in operating systems, patience, enjoy complex problem solving, and active learning, this job could be suitable for you.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Website Designer

  • Interactive Media Consultant

  • Multimedia Consultant

  • Front End or UI/UX Specialist


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Establish design guidelines

  • Maintain website appearance

  • Design visual imagery

  • Integrate features

  • Create and optimize content

  • Test and improve design Lead multidisciplinary teams


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

They play key roles in software development firms, IT consulting firms, various sectors' IT units, advertising agencies, or may choose to work independently.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $45,000

  • Mid : $60,000

  • Senior : $75,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Requires a bachelor's degree in computer science, graphic design, or a related college program.


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NOC: 21234 | Web Developer and Programmer

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Web developers and programmers design, create, and modify websites using various programming languages, considering users' needs for content, graphics, performance, and capacity.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

If you're good at problem-solving and communication, this career path might be a good fit for you.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Web Developer

  • Web Programmer

  • Front-end/Back-end Developer

  • Full Stack Developer

  • Web Application Developer

  • E-commerce Developer

  • Webmaster


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Develop, write, modify, integrate, and test web-related code

  • Monitor and maintain website functionality

  • Participate in architecture and design

  • Research new media software


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

Employed by hardware manufacturers, engineering and telecommunications firms, IT consulting firms, and in IT units across private and public sectors.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $50,000

  • Mid : $65,000

  • Senior : $80,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Typically requires a bachelor's degree or college program in computer science, web development, or software engineering.


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2131 - Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineers

NOC: 21311 | Computer Engineer

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Computer engineers design, develop, modify, evaluate, and integrate computer and telecommunications hardware and networks, including various communication systems.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

This career might be for you if you enjoy complex problem solving, evaluating, troubleshooting, can make decisions under pressure, have attention to detail, are curious, enjoy working towards a solution, and have a passion for technology.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Network Architect

  • Network Capacity Planner

  • Network Designer

  • Network Engineer

  • Network Infrastructure Engineer

  • Network Specialist

  • Network Support Engineer

  • Network Test Engineer

  • IT Solutions Engineer

  • Infrastructure Architect

  • IT Hardware Engineer

  • Systems Designer

  • Telecommunications Engineer


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Analyze user requirements

  • Design system architecture

  • Develop and test hardware components

  • Supervise manufacturing and implementation

  • Establish supplier and client relationships


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

They're employed by hardware manufacturers, engineering and telecommunications firms, IT consulting firms, and IT units across both private and public sectors.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $60,000

  • Mid : $85,000

  • Senior : $115,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

A bachelor’s degree in computer engineering, electrical or electronics engineering, engineering physics, or computer science is required.


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2222 - Technical Occupations in Computer and Info Systems

NOC: 22220 | Computer Network and Web Technician

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Computer Network Technicians manage and fix the networks that let computers communicate. They set up and maintain both local networks in offices and broader internet connections. Web Technicians focus on websites, ensuring they're running smoothly and are easy for people to use. They handle the technical side, from setting up servers to optimizing web performance.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

If you're into technology and have a knack for solving digital problems, this role could be right up your alley. It's suited for those who are detail-oriented, good at troubleshooting, and interested in how networks and websites operate. You'll be helping people stay connected and online, which is vital in today's world. If you're the type who enjoys making sure everything tech-related runs smoothly, consider a career in this field.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Local Area Network (LAN) Administrator

  • Network Administrator

  • Network Security Administrator

  • Network Support Analyst

  • Server Administrator

  • Technical Support Analyst - Network

  • Computer Operations Supervisor

  • Data Centre Operator

  • Website Administrator


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Maintain and troubleshoot networks and web servers

  • Install and evaluate hardware and software

  • Monitor performance

  • Provide user support

  • Perform backups and recovery

  • Implement security controls


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

Computer Network and Web Technicians work in a variety of settings. They can be found in IT departments across different industries, in both public and private sectors. These technicians might work for tech companies, educational institutions, government agencies, or as part of in-house IT teams in non-tech businesses. Some may work for firms specializing in network or web services, while others could be self-employed, offering their expertise on a consultancy basis. Their skills are in demand wherever there's a need for network maintenance or web management.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $45,000

  • Mid : $70,000

  • Senior : $85,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Completion of a college or program in computer science, network administration, Web technology, or a related field is usually required.


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NOC: 22221 | User Support Technician

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

User Support Technicians offer essential assistance to individuals facing difficulties with their computer systems. They address problems related to hardware, software, and network issues, ensuring users can efficiently operate their computer resources.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

Perfect for those who are detail-oriented, enjoy problem-solving, and excel in communication. If you're passionate about technology and thrive on helping others navigate technical challenges, this role could be a great fit.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Help Desk Technician

  • IT Support Specialist

  • Technical Support Analyst

  • Computer Technician


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Communicate with users to diagnose problems

  • Consult guides and manuals to find solutions

  • Train users and provide advice on technical issues

  • Maintain a log of issues and solutions


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

These technicians are employed by a wide array of organizations such as IT service providers, educational institutions, government agencies, tech companies, and businesses across various sectors. They may work in dedicated call centers, within IT departments, for computer hardware and software companies, or as independent contractors providing support services.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $40,000

  • Mid : $55,000

  • Senior : $70,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Typically requires completion of a college program in computer science, network administration, or a related field.


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NOC: 22222 | Information System Testing Technician

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Information systems testing technicians execute test plans to evaluate the performance of software applications and information and telecommunications systems.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

Enjoy complex problem solving, evaluating, troubleshooting, can make decisions under pressure, attention to detail, curious, enjoy working towards a solution, passion for technology.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Application Tester

  • Quality Assurance Analyst - Information Systems

  • Quality Assurance Tester - Information Systems

  • Software Tester

  • Video Game Tester

  • Application Testing Technician

  • Software Test Coordinator

  • Systems Testing Technician

  • Test Coordinator

  • Analyst

  • Video Game Tester


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Develop and document software testing plans

  • Install and test software and hardware

  • Analyze and document test results

  • Develop testing policies and scripts

  • Identify, report, and propose solutions to defects


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

They work within information technology units across both private and public sectors.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY LAMBERT NEMEC)

  • Entry : $40,000

  • Mid : $55,000

  • Senior : $70,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Completion of a college or university program in computer science, computer programming, or network administration is usually required.


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52111 - Graphics Arts Technicians

NOC: 52111 | Graphic Arts Technician

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Graphic Arts Technicians help turn creative ideas into visual reality. They work on various aspects of design projects, from conceptualizing and interpreting designs to laying out pages and preparing materials for different types of publishing.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

If you have a keen eye for design, enjoy being creative, are detail-oriented, and have a knack for visual storytelling, this role could be a great fit. Skills in technology and an ability to work collaboratively are also important.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • Animation Technician

  • Computer Graphics Technician

  • Visual Effects (VFX) Artist

  • Multimedia Graphic Design Technician

  • Graphic Arts Renderer


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Assist in conceptualizing design projects

  • Interpret design specifications or sketches

  • Manage page layout and lettering

  • Prepare production materials for various publishing mediums


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

Graphic Arts Technicians are employed by publishing houses, advertising and marketing agencies, video game studios, multimedia companies, and TV and film production companies. Some choose to work independently.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY PAYSCALE)

  • Entry : $38,000

  • Mid : $46,000

  • Senior : $64,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

Typically, a diploma or degree in graphic design, visual arts, or a related field is required to become a Graphic Arts Technician.


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52120 - Graphic Designer and Illustrators

NOC: 52120 | Graphic Designer and Illustrator

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Graphic Designers and Illustrators create visual content to communicate messages across various media. Designers focus on the overall visual communication, while illustrators specialize in creating detailed images to support storytelling or convey specific information.


THIS CAREER MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE:

Creative, artistic, original, enjoy using technology tools, good communicator, collaborative, good problem-solving and critical thinking skills, curious.


COMMON JOB TITLES IN THIS CATEGORY

  • 3D Artist/Modeler

  • Advertising Designer

  • Computer Graphic Animator (CGI)

  • Multimedia Illustrator

  • Multimedia Interactive/New Media Designer

  • User Experience Designer


TASK AND WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Consulting with clients to understand their needs

  • Developing and producing visual content for various mediums

  • Working with design software and tools

  • Coordinating with other professionals to bring projects to fruition


TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

Employed by design firms, advertising agencies, multimedia companies, and more. Many are also self-employed, offering their creative services independently.


SALARY RANGES

(PROVIDED BY PAYSCALE)

  • Entry : $38,000

  • Mid : $46,000

  • Senior : $64,000


EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS

A degree or diploma in visual arts, graphic design, or a related field is typically required, showcasing your talent through a portfolio.


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