In 2015, Ontario's regulated professions and compulsory trades had 1,124,031 members. The following chart shows a breakdown of members by profession.
||Number of Members|
|Electricians - Construction and Maintenance||52,352|
|Automotive Service Technicians||49,731|
|Early Childhood Educators||48,118|
|Physicians and Surgeons||40,258|
|Truck and Coach Technicians||30,421|
|Engineering Technicians and Technologists||17,654|
|Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanics||9,624|
|Sheet Metal Workers||7,645|
|Medical Laboratory Technologists||7,349|
|Medical Radiation Technologists||6,902|
|Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairers||5,021|
|Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists||3,905|
|Psychologists, Psychological Associates||3,728|
|Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists||3,158|
|Hoisting Engineers - Mobile Crane Operator 1||2,956|
|Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanics||2,351|
|Social Service Workers||2,193|
|Hoisting Engineers - Tower Crane Operator||1,094|
|Truck-Trailer Service Technicians||1,080|
|Hoisting Engineers - Mobile Crane Operator 2||997|
|Electricians - Domestic and Rural||853|
|Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installers||750|
|Alignment and Brakes Technicians||328|
|Automotive Electronic Accessory Technicians||287|
|Auto Body Repairers||261|
|Fuel and Electrical Systems Technicians||69|
|Certified General Accountants *||0|
|Management Accountants *||0|
* Please refer to the Chartered Accountants for all quantitative data.
The Law Society of Upper Canada regulates lawyers and paralegals.
The Ontario College of Pharmacists regulates pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.
The Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers regulates the two groups represented in its name.