Field of interest

Classification developed by Emploi-Québec to give access to occupational information based on an individual’s tastes, preferences, and personal or professional experience.
On the LMI Website, each occupation in the National Occupational Classification can be linked to one or more of the following fields of interest (four maximum) :

  • Developing and working with natural resources
  • Making or building things, constructing, doing repairs, and performing installations
  • Working outdoors or with the environment
  • Working with your hands
  • Keeping watch, protecting, and being in charge of security
  • Working in an office
  • Crunching numbers
  • Conducting research
  • Working with computers, information technology, and communications
  • Writing, working in communications and information
  • Working in sales and customer service
  • Counseling, helping others
  • Teaching, educating
  • Providing others with care and assistance
  • Working in the arts, culture, music, or recreation
  • Working for yourself
  • Managing, organizing, administrating
  • Doing sports or physical activities
  • Working in nature or with animals
  • Working in transportation and maintenance
  • Working in the hospitality or tourism industries
  • Creating, designing
  • Entering or verify data and information, sorting, filing
  • Carrying out tests or trials, process control
  • Drawing up plans, drafting

Field of study

Group of related university disciplines.

Full-time employment

People who usually work 30 hours or more per week at their main or only job.
See also Employment