What happens to people who study Foreign languages, literatures and linguistics at the Bachelor's degree level in Canada?
|Occupations of graduates||% of graduates||Jobs||Top-paying location||Wage report|
|Translators, terminologists and interpreters||25.13%||View jobs||Toronto Region, Ontario||View wages|
|Administrative officers||3.95%||View jobs||Northwest Territories, Northwest Territories||View wages|
|General office support workers||3.77%||View jobs||Northwest Territories, Northwest Territories||View wages|
|Elementary school and kindergarten teachers||2.69%||View jobs||Northeast Region, Ontario||View wages|
|Editors||2.69%||View jobs||Edmonton Region, Alberta||View wages|
|Other customer and information services representatives||2.69%||View jobs||Wood Buffalo--Cold Lake Region, Alberta||View wages|
|Food and beverage servers||1.97%||View jobs||Lethbridge--Medicine Hat Region, Alberta||View wages|
|Secondary school teachers||1.97%||View jobs||Edmonton Region, Alberta||View wages|
|Retail salespersons||1.8%||View jobs||Yorkton--Melville Region, Saskatchewan||View wages|
|Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations||1.62%||View jobs||Northwest Territories, Northwest Territories||View wages|
|Yes:||No:||Do not know:|
|62.55%||37.45%||Data not available|
How do I pay for my education?
Grants, bursaries and scholarships are resources to help you finance your post-secondary education.
- Canada Student Grants are easy to apply for and are provided to students at the beginning and in the middle of the school year. You may be eligible to receive more than one grant simultaneously.
- Provincial and territorial grants and bursaries are available from the province or territory where you are a permanent resident.
- Scholarships are awarded based on merit.
Student loans are a great help if you need some financial assistance to get through school. But they are not meant to pay for your entire post-secondary education. You are still expected to contribute some money.
Canada Apprentice Loan offer financial support to apprentices in Red Seal trades so they can complete their technical training and consider a career in the skilled trades.
There are two types of Apprenticeship Grants available from the Government of Canada:
- The Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (AIG) is a taxable cash grant of $1,000 per year, up to a maximum of $2,000 per person. This grant helps registered apprentices in designated Red Seal trades get started.
- The Apprenticeship Completion Grant (ACG) is a taxable cash grant of $2,000. This grant helps registered apprentices who have completed their training become certified journeypersons in designated Red Seal trades.
Why is education important?
People who enter the trades, or earn a certificate, diploma or degree at a college, polytechnic or university, tend to earn more money and enjoy more stable employment than those who only finish high school. The lessons you learn in the classroom, or on the job site, will give you the edge that employers are looking for. You have a lot of different opportunities to develop the skills to succeed - and the Career Tool can help.
The Career Tool is one of many resources available to help you make informed education and career decisions. These include information and tools available through Job Bank and other web sites; discussions with career counsellors, parents, teachers and employers; and hands-on experience, such as work placements or volunteer opportunities.
To learn more about the information provided in this tool and how it can be used, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions.
Employment and Social Development Canada is currently reviewing the Career Tool, to ensure this tool meets your needs. We invite you to send us feedback. Please let us know what you like, what you do not like and any other feedback.
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