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Saint-Laurent Employment


FIRST Saint-Laurent Employment Career Guide

Manufacturing - NAICS 31-33

SECOND Borough Employment Career Guide

Wholesale Trade - NAICS 41

THIRD Saint-Laurent Employment Career Guide

Retail Trade - NAICS 44-45

FOURTH Borough Employment Career Guide

Transportation and Warehousing - NAICS 48-49

Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

FIRST Saint-Laurent Employment Career Guide

Manufacturing - NAICS 31-33


Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $51,000

- NAICS Canada 336 - Transportation Equipment

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Québec:

Minimum $15.00

Median $23.99

Maximum $50.37


Government of Canada - National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version

  • NOC - 2132
  • NOC - 9522
  • NOC - 0911
  • NOC - 7237
  • NOC - 9526
  • NOC - 9619
  • NOC - 2232
  • NOC - 7321
  • NOC - 7452
  • NOC - 2141
  • NOC - 0016
  • NOC - 6552
  • NOC - 7231
  • NOC - 1225
  • NOC - 1522

Manufacturing - NAICS 31-33


Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $76,000

- NAICS Canada 3364 - Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Québec:

Minimum $17.95

Median $33.77

Maximum $49.45


Government of Canada - National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version

  • NOC - 2146
  • NOC - 2132
  • NOC - 9521
  • NOC - 7315
  • NOC - 7231
  • NOC - 2232
  • NOC - 0911
  • NOC - 2133
  • NOC - 1225
  • NOC - 2244
  • NOC - 0211
  • NOC - 1215
  • NOC - 9536
  • NOC - 1522
  • NOC - 2141

SECOND Saint-Laurent Employment Career Guide

Wholesale Trade - NAICS 41


Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $48,000

- NAICS Canada 41 - Wholesale Trade

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Québec:

Minimum $13.00

Median $21.15

Maximum $42.00


Government of Canada - National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version

  • NOC - 0621
  • NOC - 6411
  • NOC - 1521
  • NOC - 0015
  • NOC - 7452
  • NOC - 6421
  • NOC - 6221
  • NOC - 6552
  • NOC - 0601
  • NOC - 1431
  • NOC - 1241
  • NOC - 7514
  • NOC - 1411
  • NOC - 1215
  • NOC - 1221

THIRD Saint-Laurent Employment Career Guide

Retail Trade - NAICS 44-45


Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $33,000

- NAICS Canada 44-45 - Retail Trade

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Québec:

Minimum $11.00

Median $14.50

Maximum $28.50


Government of Canada - National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version

  • NOC - 6421
  • NOC - 0621
  • NOC - 6611
  • NOC - 6622
  • NOC - 6211
  • NOC - 1521
  • NOC - 3219
  • NOC - 6552
  • NOC - 3131
  • NOC - 6331
  • NOC - 7452
  • NOC - 7321
  • NOC - 0015

FOURTH Saint-Laurent Employment Career Guide

Transportation and Warehousing - NAICS 48-49


Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $50,000

- NAICS Canada 48-49 - Transportation and Warehousing

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Québec:

Minimum $14.00

Median $21.00

Maximum $35.00


Government of Canada - National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version

  • NOC - 7511
  • NOC - 7513
  • NOC - 7512
  • NOC - 7452
  • NOC - 7514
  • NOC - 6522
  • NOC - 0731
  • NOC - 1512
  • NOC - 1511
  • NOC - 6523
  • NOC - 6552
  • NOC - 1215
  • NOC - 1521
  • NOC - 1431
  • NOC - 1525

Saint-Laurent Employment
Economic Profile - Saint-Laurent Borough

In Saint-Laurent employment, 62% of all the facilities and establishments have fewer than 10 employees, while only 1% of all the corporations and establishments have more than 200 employees. 

In the borough of Saint-Laurent, the demographic ageing index is above the equilibrium threshold and, the labour market replacement index indicates a sufficient input of new workers to replace those leaving the labour market and meet the local requirements.

Montreal BUSINESS Kit

Saint-Laurent Employment by Rachel Louise Barry