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Other Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
NOC: 9619
This unit group includes labourers, not elsewhere classified, who perform material handling, clean-up, packaging and other elemental activities in processing, manufacturing and utilities. They are employed by companies that manufacture products such as clothing, footwear, furniture and electrical and electronic products and by printing and packaging companies.
Essential Skill Level Required Example Task
Reading Text 1 to 2 Read notes from co-workers about tasks to be performed on next shift (1)
    Read instructions for operating equipment (2)
Document Use 1 to 2 May read labels on supplies (1)
    May refer to production charts (2)
Writing 1 May write changes on work sheets (1)
*Numeracy 1 to 3 May make small supply purchases for company (1)
    May measure the level of moisture in the final processed product (2)
    May plot changes to readings in pH levels (3)
Oral Communication 1 to 2 Interact with co-workers to discuss tasks and coordinate work (1)
    Interact with supervisors to discuss conflicts (2)
Computer Use 1 Use computerized equipment (1)
Thinking Skills 1 to 2 May decide where to store items (1)
    May realize that a product is not up to standard (2)
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Working with Others N/A Mainly work independently
Continuous Learning N/A Learn continuously on-the-job
Other Aspects Physical Stand and sit at work stations to perform their job
    Should be alert, patient and attentive to detail
    Will require upgraded computer skills
*Numeracy includes: Money Math, Scheduling or Budgeting and Accounting Math, Measurement and Calculation Math, and Numerical Estimation.
**Thinking Skills include: Problem Solving, Decision Making, Critical Thinking, Job Task Planning and Organizing, Significant Use of Memory, and Finding Information.
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Average Salary: Information not available at this time
Source: http://www.labourmarketinformation.ca
To Be successful in this position, a person may need:
Literacy & Basic Skills, On-the-job Training
Source: HRSDC
Most Important Skills:
Document Use, Numeracy, Problem Solving, Job Task Planning
Source: HRSDC
Age Profiles

Age Bracket Age Profile
15 to 24 160
25 to 44 385
45 to 64 420
65 plus 0
Employment Trends

Information not available at this time

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Top Occupational Areas

Sector Number Employed in Niagara Percentage
31-33 Manufacturing 590 67.43%
41 Wholesale trade 125 14.29%
56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services 85 9.71%
44-45 Retail trade 75 8.57%
Source: Niagara Workforce Planning Board
Related Occupations

Supervisors of labourers in this unit group (in 9227 Supervisors, Other Products Manufacturing and Assembly)

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