Jobs and employment

Ready. Set. Work.

If you are under the age of 30, there are more than 35 government job funds, programs and online tools available to help you build your skills, find a job or start your own business.

Ontario Skills Passport

Skills and training resources for workers and employers.

Employment standards

Learn about the minimum standards in place for employers and employees in Ontario.

Second Career

Skills training and financial support to help laid-off workers find work in high-demand occupations.

Employment supports for people with disabilities

Support for finding a job or starting a business – regardless of your disability.

Students and young entrepreneurs

If you’re young and interested in starting a business, we can help.

Opportunities Ontario: recruiting immigrants

Get help recruiting the key talent you need for your business.

Employment Ontario

A one-stop service that connects people looking for work with employers looking for workers.

GO Careers

Consider a job with the Ontario Public Service (OPS), one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers.

Health and safety

How the government helps keep workers safe on the job, with prevention, inspections and laws.

Labour market information

Statistics and trends in Ontario: price of labour, number of workers employed in certain sectors, popular occupations and more.

Tax credits and benefits

Benefit and tax credit programs related to employment.