The table below provides employment types and examples that correspond with each TEER category and matches NOC 2016 skill types and levels with NOC 2021 TEER categories.
|NOC 2016||NOC 2021||Occupation Types||Examples|
|Skill Level 0||TEER 0||Management occupations||Financial managers Managers of marketing Public relations and advertising|
|Skill Level A||TEER 1||Jobs that typically demand a university degree||Financial Planners;Software engineers|
|Skill Level B||TEER 2||Jobs that often require a college degree include supervisory positions or apprenticeships that last at least two years.||Medical laboratory technologists; Online and computer network technicians|
|Skill Level B||TEER 3||Jobs that often require a college degree include those that require less than two years of apprenticeship training or more than six months of on-the-job training. .||Bakers, dental hygienists, and dental lab technicians|
|Skill Level c||TEER 4||Jobs that typically call either a high school diploma or a few weeks of on-the-job training||Providers of in-home childcare, retail salespeople, and visual merchandisers|
|Skill Level D||TEER 5||Jobs that typically require only a brief period of work experience and no formal education||Labourers for landscaping and grounds upkeep; delivery drivers and door-to-door distributors|
The following 16 professions are now Express Entry-eligible thanks to NOC 2021.