Labour Market Trends and Outlooks for Regulated Professions in Ontario

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Professional degree holders, whose credentials prepare them for a specific occupation, might assume they’ll move directly into a job post-graduation. But a new study from the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario finds that attempts to manage these professions have resulted in swings between under-supply of new entrants and over-supply of graduates.

This report, prepared by Prism Economics, studies enrollment, graduation trends and labour market outcomes for graduates of professional programs in six regulated professions. It investigates the extent and nature of labour market imbalances that can result in protracted periods of unemployment or under-employment for recent graduates.

http://www.heqco.ca/en-ca/Research/ResPub/Pages/Labour-Market-Trends-and-Outlooks-for-Regulated-Professions-in-Ontario-.aspx

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Adam is a consultant at Prism Economics and Analysis

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