Borough of Verdun Employment


FIRST Verdun Employment Career Solutions

  • Health Care and Social Assistance - NAICS 62

SECOND Career Employment Jobs Search

  • Information and  Cultural Industries - NAICS 51

THIRD Career Employment Jobs Search

  • Retail Trade - NAICS 44-45

FOURTH Career Employment Jobs Search

  • Manufacturing - NAICS 31-33

Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

FIRST Verdun Employment Solutions

Health Care and Social Assistance - NAICS 62


  • Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $46,000

  • NAICS Canada 621 - Ambulatory Health Care Services
  • NAICS Canada 622 - Hospitals
  • NAICS Canada 623 - Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Quebec

Minimum $14.50

Median $23.10

Maximum $41.00


Government of Canada - 

  • National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version
  • NOC - 3413
  • NOC - 3012
  • NOC - 3111
  • NOC - 3112
  • NOC - 1243
  • NOC - 1221
  • NOC - 3233
  • NOC - 6731
  • NOC - 4151
  • NOC - 6711
  • NOC - 1414
  • NOC - 3113
  • NOC - 4152
  • NOC - 4412
  • NOC - 4212

Health Care and Social Assistance - NAICS 62


  • Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $34,000

  • NAICS Canada 624 - Social Assistance

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Quebec

Minimum $13.00

Median $20.00

Maximum $33.00


Government of Canada - 

  • National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version
  • NOC - 4214
  • NOC - 4212
  • NOC - 4411
  • NOC - 0423
  • NOC - 4412
  • NOC - 4152
  • NOC - 3413
  • NOC - 6322
  • NOC - 4215
  • NOC - 1241
  • NOC - 4153
  • NOC - 6731
  • NOC - 0014
  • NOC - 1221
550x255National Occupation Classification - NOC

SECOND Verdun Employment Solutions

Information and  Cultural Industries - NAICS 51


  • Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $60,000

  • NAICS Canada 51 - Information and Cultural Industries

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Québec

Minimum $15.00

Median $28.21

Maximum $46.88


Government of Canada - 

  • National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version
  • NOC - 5131
  • NOC - 2174
  • NOC - 6552
  • NOC - 5241
  • NOC - 5123
  • NOC - 5225
  • NOC - 7246
  • NOC - 5122
  • NOC - 5226
  • NOC - 1451
  • NOC - 1123
  • NOC - 2171
  • NOC - 0131
  • NOC - 2281
  • NOC - 5111

THIRD Verdun Employment Solutions

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 Verdun Employment Solutions

Manufacturing - NAICS 31-33


  • Emploi Québec - Information sur le marché du travail - IMT

Annual employment income in 2015 in Montreal - $39,000

  • NAICS Canada 326 - Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing

Hourly Wages in 2017 in the province of Québec

Minimum $13.25

Median $19.59

Maximum $33.65


Government of Canada - 

  • National Occupation Classification - NOC 2016 Version
  • NOC - 9422
  • NOC - 9535
  • NOC - 9615
  • NOC - 9214
  • NOC - 0911
  • NOC - 7452
  • NOC - 0016
  • NOC - 1521
  • NOC - 6411
  • NOC - 9619
  • NOC - 1431
  • NOC - 7231
  • NOC - 9423
  • NOC - 0601
  • NOC - 2233

Economic Profile - Verdun Borough

In Verdun employment, 79% of all the facilities and establishments have fewer than 10 employees while only 0.6% of all the corporations and establishments have more than 200 employees.

In the borough of Verdun, the demographic ageing index is below the equilibrium threshold and the labour market replacement index indicates a deficit of new workers to replace those leaving the labour market and meet the local requirements.

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Verdun Employment by Rachel Louise Barry