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Our Energy Industry is on the Move
The energy sector is evolving – from the types of energy Canada produces to the technologies we are using and the types of skills that are needed. It is a dynamic industry to be a part of. You can learn more about the energy sector, explore what skills are in demand in the energy workforce, find resources on everything from the current state of the labour market to hearing real-life career stories, look for a job or find out more about how to make a career change.
Check out our newest virtual reality experience – Adapting Futures – to virtually explore new work environments in the energy sector.
Whether you are a worker looking for a career, or you are an employer looking to hire, we have the resources you need.
Day in the Life: Alex - Fluid Services Manager, Magnum Cementing Services
New Hiring Resources Available for Energy Sector Employers!
As an employer you are competing for the best and brightest. The traditional labour pool is shrinking. New technologies and innovation are changing the occupations, skills and knowledge needed to be successful in the energy sector.
Day in the Life: Jesse - Site Coordinator, Comec Energy Services
Day in the Life: Samantha - Senior Quality Control Technician, Element Technical Services
Not Your Grandpa's Energy Industry - Working in the Oil and Gas Services Sector: Samantha, Episode 21
Not Your Grandpa's Energy Industry - Working in the Oil and Gas Services Sector: Jesse, Episode 20
Not Your Grandpa's Energy Industry - Working in the Oil and Gas Services Sector: Alex, Episode 19
New survey aims to explore the current climate of diversity, equity and inclusion in Alberta’s energy sector
Do you work in Alberta’s energy sector? We want to hear from you!
Alberta’s energy services job vacancy rate reaches an all-time high
Attracting and retaining more youth is necessary – but a challenge for the sector
Transfer Your Skills
Looking for a career change? Assess how your skills fit into other sectors in Canada’s energy industry.