UPDATED NATIONAL MANUFACTURING LABOUR MARKET REPORT AND REGIONAL FORECASTS

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Prism performed an update on the report  “The Future of the Manufacturing Labour Force in Canada” for the Canadian Skills Training & Employment Coalition and the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters. This report provides an analysis of the labour needs of the manufacturing industry in Canada for the next 5 and 10 years. It provides updated projections of the labour requirements of Canadian manufacturing by occupation. The analysis covers the top 15 manufacturing regions across Canada and the main manufacturing sectors in these regions. This is an update of the first and most comprehensive labour market study at this level of detail (i.e., regional, sectoral, and occupational). These insights are valid across regions and will  impact the hiring strategies of manufacturing hiring managers during the next decade. In addition, the report notes differences in terms of demographics across regions that generate distinctive challenges for each manufacturing hub.

The full report can be found here: The Future of the Manufacturing Labour Force in Canada

Une version française est disponible ici

To see the detailed reports for each region, please select from the links below:

Calgary
Edmonton
Halifax
Hamilton-Niagara
London
Montreal EN
Montreal FR
Peel-Halton
Regina-Saskatoon
Sault Ste Marie
Sudbury
Toronto-York-Durham
Vancouver
Waterloo-Guelph
Windsor
Winnipeg

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