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Labour market (job market) information tells you about the current work and job environments in specific regions. It includes information about specific companies, industries and occupations.
Labour market information is information you need to make informed decisions about your future.
You want to make good education and career decisions. Discover how labour market information can help you find trends and opportunities in the job market.
Use population trends to find out which jobs may be in demand in the future, and where.
These suggestions will help you make sense of labour market information, determine how it will affect you and use it to your advantage in making career decisions.
Learn more about the forecasts for economic and trade activity in key industry sectors in the province. You can use this information to help you plan your career and find employment.
One of the most complete sources of labour market information is the Internet. You can find just about everything you’d ever want to know about occupations, employment and the workplace.