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Tech Careers Booklet
Designed for grade 9-12 students interested in pursuing a career in tech. This booklet highlights a variety of tech jobs, their daily tasks and activities, post-secondary requirements, potential employers and salary ranges!
Pursue a Career in Tech Videos
This playlist profiles tech professionals in Manitoba explaining why they chose a career in tech.
Manitoba Information and Communication Technology Industry Labour Market Information Report
In terms of employment, Manitoba’s software development ecosystem has seen steady growth since 2005. Beginning with approximately 2558 jobs in 2005 the ecosystem grew to 4,569 jobs in 2019. Learn about the opportunities and career pathways in software development by checking out this booklet. The information in this booklet is based on the November 2020 Information Communications Technology Council report commissioned by Tech Manitoba and the Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology,
Manitoba’s cybersecurity ecosystem has seen steady growth over the past ten years and has shown consistently low unemployment rates and relatively high salaries in the last decade. Learn about the industry and how to get into it in this booklet. The information in this booklet is based on the November 2020 Information Communications Technology Council report commissioned by Tech Manitoba and the Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology,
Manitoba's Tech Labour Markets
Manitoba is a growing tech talent hub. Between 2012 and 2017, Winnipeg, Manitoba’s capital city saw its tech workforce grow by 40 per cent. From small and medium to big, startup to scaleup and everything in-between, the province’s tech companies have a diverse set of skills and expertise.
Hiring Global Talent
Tech Manitoba is proud to partner with the Government of Canada supporting Canadian employers in filling labour and skills shortages with international talent.
Reports + Resources
Manitoba and a Digital First Future
This report explores the Implications of Connectivity for Equity and Education.
Computer Basics 101
To increase the overall participation of Canadians in the digital economy, Tech Manitoba created this video series to increase digital literacy and improve technology use across Manitoba.
Equitable Education in a Digital World
A panel of educators and industry professionals reflecting on the COVID-19 experience. Using the ICTC / Tech Manitoba’s research work as a primer, this is be a national look at the gaps between available digital resources, accessibility, adoption, and the impact on learning now and in the years to come.