Algoma Workforce Investment Corporation (AWiC)

LABOUR MARKET INFORMATION

AWiC research and publications provide up-to-date labour market information (LMI) that can help job seekers, employers and community organizations make informed decisions about careers, education, employment and business planning.

Labour market information provides valuable insights into labour market conditions and trends at the local, provincial and national level. LMI is accurate knowledge, facts and statistics that tell a story about what is happening in a particular place from the perspective of the supply and demand of labour.

Fastest Growing Occupations in Algoma 
2015-16 EmployerOne Survey Algoma Infographic
The Aging Workforce in Algoma
 1st Quarter Online Job Postings in Algoma
Q2 Online Job Postings in Algoma + August Job Postings
Q3 Online Job Postings in Algoma + September Job Postings

 


LABOUR MARKET INFORMATION IS USED FOR:

  • Identify labour market supply (our local workforce) / demand (our local employers)
  • Profile current labour market conditions
  • Understand and recognize trends in the labour market
  • Predict outlooks for various occupational groups based on a variety of structural factors (economic, demographic, social, political)
  • Provide input for and stimulate further research into informed employment and career decisions

2014 AWIC LABOUR MARKET PLANNING CONSULTATIONS


CANADIAN APPRENTICESHIP FORUM


 BLIND RIVER BUSINESS WORKSHOP


ELLIOT LAKE RETAIL, BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS SYMPOSIUM; DOING BUSINESS CREATIVELY IN NORTHERN COMMUNITIES


 AWiC SUCCESSION PLANNING PRESENTATION FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED BUSINESS


AWiC LABOUR MARKET PRESENTATIONS


2013 NORTHERN ONTARIO MINING HUMAN RESOURCE FORECASTS  


2012 AWIC LABOUR MARKET PLANNING CONSULTATIONS

An important element in the achievement of effective service delivery is the ability to identify and respond to diverse regional and local needs in the Algoma District. Our Local Labour Market Planning is a process for identifying, assessing and prioritizing the skills and employment needs of employers, job seekers, apprentices and learners.


ALGOMA REGION
STATISTICS CANADA - 2011

NOTHEASTERN ONTARIO REPORT/UPDATES


ONTARIO LABOUR MARKET NEWS/UPDATES

 

 

 

 

 


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