Unemployed or underemployed

Find tools and resources to explore career options and to develop the skills needed for those opportunities.

Employment Counseling services are available at no cost to residents of NB and are available to help you with planning your career and the required education and training.
The Youth Employment Fund (YEF) provides an entry point to long term employment for unemployed individuals between 18-29 years of age who require a work experience opportunity as identified through their employment action plan. By placing an individual with an employer, the youth may gain work experience and develop skills through basic workplace training, mentoring and coaching (from the employer).
Digital Literacy and academic upgrading classes for Levels 1, 2 and GED preparation are accessible in 70 communities throughout the province.
Learn more about steps you can take to research possible post-secondary educational institutions.
Training is aimed at helping adults who are employed or seeking employment and require additional essential skills to succeed.
A visual summary of occupational profiles for 150 occupations in New Brunswick.
For more information on post-secondary schools. Post-secondary schools include colleges, universities and technical schools. Each post-secondary school has its own set of rules on how to apply
An occupational profile can tell you more about a specific career, including details about wages and expected hiring demand in NB.
Apprentices receive post-secondary education through on-the-job training and in-school learning. This provides them with the skills to work almost anywhere in Canada.
Thanks to the 1995 Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), certified workers are able to practice their occupation in Canada wherever opportunities to do so exist. The agreement requires that all provinces and territories recognize the certification of workers in regulated occupations.
Starting with a field of study, explore what people are working in, as a career in NB.