The University of Toronto Career Exploration and Education built the Career Navigator website to help our students with career research and planning. Career Navigator connects a strong network of Alumni who, when they share their stories, provide examples of all that is possible with a University of Toronto degree.
Your program of study, along with your professional and life experiences and the connections you make along the way, will allow you to actively explore what interests you, to build the skills you would like to harness in your future career.
The world is growing in complexity and opportunity. The Career Navigator along with other resources, workshops and events hosted by the Career Exploration and Education can support you in making the most of your academic, co-curricular and work experiences to help inform your career decisions.
Your University of Toronto degree doesn’t train you for one career, it prepares you for many; like research, education, healthcare, communications, entrepreneurship and many other options.
Your degree is just one of many facets that will define your career path.
Labour market information is drawn from the Statistics Canada Job Bank Career Tool, visit the Statistics Canada tool by clicking here. Key data sources for the tool include the National Household Survey 2011 (Statistics Canada) and National Graduates Survey 2013 (Statistics Canada). Wages and rates of employment are reflective of programs of study at the Bachelor’s degree level for all Canadian universities.