Printing press operators set up and operate sheet/web-fed presses to print illustrations, designs, and text on plastic, paper, metals, and other materials.
Commercial divers conduct underwater surveys, non-destructive testing, blasting, and welding activities.
Gunsmiths fabricate guns and repair/modify firearms.
Locksmiths make keys and repair, install, adjust, and change locks.
Safe and vault servicers install, repair, and maintain safes/vaults.
Saw fitters repair, set, and sharpen bandsaws and other types of saws.
1. Printing and related support activities - 48.0%
2. Information and cultural industries - 10.0%
3. Administrative and support waste management and remediation services - 8.0%
4. Paper manufacturing - 6.0%
5. Wood product manufacturing - 5.0%
6. Other services (except public administration) - 3.0%
1. In general, you usually need a high school diploma.
2. To be a printing press operator or other related tradesperson, you need an apprenticeship or a combination of several years' experience and college or other trade courses, or several years' on-the-job training. You may need trade certification or a licence in the province/territory where you'll work.
3. To be a commercial diver, you must complete a recognized commercial diving school program, obtain a commercial diver's licence, and receive a diving medical from an approved hyperbaric physician. You may need military or police diving experience.
4. Commercial divers who use explosives usually need a provincial/territorial blaster's licence.
5. As a recreation vehicle mechanic, you may also obtain interprovincial (Red Seal) trade certification, which provides job mobility throughout the country.
6. Most recent entrants have a community college diploma.
2. Computer Basics - Word and Excel
4. First Aid
The average hourly wages for Printing Press Operators, Commercial Divers and Other Trades and Related Occupations is $18.60/HR, which is close to the average for occupations in the trades, transport and equipment operators sector and close to the average for all technical, professional, and skilled occupations. These wages grew at an average rate from 2002 to 2004.