Why does a job advertised on Job Bank have a different title than on an employer's website?
Job Bank only uses job titles that are found on the National Occupational Classification (NOC), which cannot be changed by an employer. If an employer posts a job with a website link to their corporate website, they will sometimes change the job title to better describe the job. To be advertised on Job Bank, these same job postings have to be re-assigned a title corresponding to their NOC code.
For more information on NOC codes, please consult the National Occupational Classification website.
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