Managers in Other Services

(NOC 651)


These comments apply tot he career group Other Service Managers.

The majority of job openings will arise from retirements, despite a retirement rate similar to the occupational average. Job openings arising from expansion demand will be practically nonexistent, but this will still be an improvement over the job losses experienced during the 1999-2008 period. In terms of supply, new graduates will fill the majority of labour needs. This is due to the fact that, in fields related to this occupation, a number of graduates decide to start their own business. Furthermore, a number of workers in related occupations will return to school to acquire management skills in order to eventually obtain a position as a manager in other services. Finally, given that experience is often required to obtain a management position, it is not surprising that more than a quarter of job seekers will come from other occupations (mobility).

Job Seekers: 7,839
Job Openings: 8,601

Job prospects for this career are rated Fair

Last Updated: May 19, 2012