Your source for accessible, relevant and locally focused labour market analysis for the Algoma region.
The Algoma Workforce Investment Corporation – or AWIC for short – serves the Algoma region through the delivery of objective, accurate, and future-focused analysis on employment, workforce, and economic trends. We work in partnerships with local businesses, government organizations, industry associations, educational institutions, and not-for-profits throughout Algoma. We believe in connecting our community and building a cooperative network of people and resources committed toward the common goal of a healthy, thriving economy in which everyone can participate.
In all of our work, we strive to serve the Algoma region as a trusted community resource, providing data and insight in support of a diverse and talented workforce that contributes to a prosperous community. Through collaboration and partnership, our work prepares all Algoma residents for the workforce challenges and opportunities of today and the future.
On this website you will find the latest labour market news, interactive job posting data and in-depth analysis based an AWIC’s research and workforce related projects.
This aggregator tool scrapes 36 local, regional, provincial, and national job banks every hour and places them in one spot for jobseekers.
This tool takes the postings from 26 job banks and shows where they are on an interactive map in relation to other important resources like daycare, transit, schools, housing, and more.
This tool allows you to learn more about different occupations, including regional demand and salary expectations.
This tool shows the pathways between different jobs and provides information on typical duties, the skills and education required, as well as whether the job is in-demand locally, and what people tend to earn in each profession.
Monthly Job Demand Reports for Algoma created using job posting data from throughout the previous month.
Monthly Job Search Report highlight metrics from visitor job searches throughout the previous month.
Helping Inform Decisions Through Labour Market Data
We are collecting data to better understand who is looking for work and what kind of opportunities jobseekers are searching for. This data is completely anonymous and non-personally identifiable.