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JOBS AND INDUSTRIES

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Top 5 growing/declining industries in LER between 2013 and 2014


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Top 5 growing/declining occupations in LER between 2013 and 2014

Ranking of industries and occupations

 The ranking below identifies the three largest industries from each county of the London Economic Region by the number of people employed. The ranking of occupations within industries explores the three dominating occupations within each of the largest industries. 

Top 3 industries by the number of people employed in London ER

* NAICS

Source: Statistics Canada, 2011 NHS, Table EO1950

WHAT'S NEW ON WORKTRENDS.CA


Report on the Internet Job Posting in London Economic Region - Q2 of 2018 (infographic)

Internet Job Postings in London Economic Region - Q2 of 2018 - infographic 

 

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Older editions of the report:

Q1 of 2018 | 

Q1 of 2017 | Q2 of 2017 | Q3 of 2017 | Q4 of 2017 |

Q1 of 2016 | Q2 of 2016 | Q3 of 2016 | Q4 of 2016 |

Q1 of 2015 | Q2 of 2015 | Q3 of 2015 | Q4 of 2015 |

Q1 of 2014 | Q2 of 2014 | Q3 of 2014 | Q4 of 2014 .


Map of Available Job Postings by Geography in London Economic Region - Q2 of 2018 (April 1st to June 30th) 

 internet postings for available jobs by geography - Quarter 2

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Access the previous version of the report here: Q1 of 2018


 Tips for older adults - Age Friendly

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FOR EMPLOYERS & HR PROFESSIONALS

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The unemployment rates in the London Economic Region


Labour market facts - London Economic Region - September 2018 (infographic)

Labour Market Facts - London Economic Region - September 2018 - image

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 Tips for Employers - Age Friendly - image

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Also, you can find here:

ExperienceWorks 2 - Tips for Employment Service Provides


 EmployerOne Survey Logo

EmployerOne is an annual survey conducted by the Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board that gives employers a voice.

The survey tells us about your workforce successes and challenges, skills shortages, hard-to-fill jobs, education and training needs, and other issues.

2018 (presentation | infographic | Middlesex County results | Middlesex County infographic | Elgin County results New Icon| Cross tabulation results |

Focus on Manufacturing New Icon| Oxford County results New Icon)|

2017 (presentation| report) |

2016 (presentation | hard-to-fill jobs' report) | 

2015 (summary results) | 

2014 (results).


The London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) in partnership with the Small Business Centre (SBC) will launch multi-phase food and beverage programming to support entrepreneurship in the agri-food sector. For details please read the following press release.


The Government of Canada recently introduced a new career tool on its website, Job Bank. The new search tool is intended to inform young people, parents and career counselors about the benefits of working in various occupations and help them determine the educational and training needs to pursue quality jobs for these occupations. The Career Tool allows users to explore over 100 fields of study, with data on average pay, employment rates and the types of jobs people have five years after graduation.

Career tool by Government of Canada Job Bank 

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Entrepreneurial Climate Study by the London Small Business Centre and Academica Group

Labour Market Refresh and Strategic Plan Review by Oxford Workforce Development Partnership (February 2015)

In the Fall of 2014, the Centre for Organizational Effectiveness was retained to review and update the County of Oxford Labour Force Development Strategy (March 2011) as well as review the work of the Oxford Workforce Development Partnership (OWDP) in order to determine the impact of the current strategic priorities and identify changes in trends that would inform the work to be undertaken by Oxford Workforce Development Partnership over the next several years. The document in now available.