Human Resources Consultants

(NOC 1121)


These comments apply to the career group Human Resources and Business Service Professionals, which includes Human Resources Consultants.

Because the demand for human resources specialists is high, the labour market situation for the personnel management and industrial relations bachelor's graduates is, in many respects, better than that of bachelor's graduates as a whole.

Over the next few years, many opportunities are expected to become available as a result of the development of new human resources management concepts, the increased importance of workforce training, legislative and work organization changes and replacement needs.

Job Seekers: 95,425
Job Openings: 118,061

Job prospects for this career are rated Good

Last Updated: May 15, 2012