Aerospace Engineers – NOC 2146 SDG

How many people work in this occupation in SDG?


50 people work as Aerospace Engineers. The unemployment rate is unavailable.


How many employers are there in SDG?


1130 businesses operate in the Professional, Technical & Education sector in SDG.

766 or 67.8% are owner-operated businesses with no employees.

239 or 21.2 % have between 1 to 4 employees.



What is the age of the workforce?


90% of the workforce is between age 25 and 54.


What education is required to do this job?


100% of the workforce has a certificate, diploma or degree.


What do people in this occupation earn?*


The median income for Aerospace Engineers is $ 66,764.00 per year.


What else should I know?

  • The number of businesses operating in the Professional, Technical & Education sector has grown since 2012 with a net gain of 73 businesses created between June 2013 and June 2014.
  • The sector locally is comprised of small businesses. 88.9% of businesses operating in the Professional, Technical & Education sector employ four people or less.
  • Employment Outlook is expected to be good for Aerospace Engineers (NOC 2146) in the Ottawa Economic Region.
  • This outlook is the result of an analysis of a number of factors that influence employment prospects in this occupation. Some of the key findings are that employment growth is expected to be weak, a large number of people are expected to retire, this occupation has recently experienced low levels of unemployment.
  • The majority of aerospace engineers were employed within the public administration sector. This region is home to a number of aerospace, defence and aviation head offices and facilities, including an aerospace research and technology development facility for the National Research Council. Potential workers who are fluent in English and French may have better job prospects in this region.
  • For more information directly from local employers about this occupation, click on Professional, Technical & Education Services Sector.

*Median income means that 50% of the people in the occupation earn less and 50% earn more. It is a more accurate measure of typical income than using an average.

Source: Census and National Household Survey 2011 and Canadian Business Pattern Data 2014, Statistics Canada