Facts About Agriculture Employment

Agriculture and agri-food makes up a large part of the local economy and make up 12 per cent of all jobs in Ontario.  Worktrends.ca has recently released an Agriculture and Agri-Food Sector Report which shows the economic impact of the sector on the national, provincial and local economy of Elgin Middlesex Oxford.  The report also highlights the employment characteristics and trends in traditional agriculture.  For an infographic summary: http://goo.gl/4cF4O4

Report on the Internet Job Posting in the London Economic Region During Q2 of 2017

The attached document highlights a few facts about the Internet job posting activity in the London Economic Region during April-June of 2017. Complementary sources suggest that employment and new job opportunities in the region continued to increase during this period of time. This brief report helps various participants to the regional labour market to identify trends associated with occupations and industries.

Report on the Internet Job Posting in London Economic Region - Q4 of 2016

In a graphical intuitive mode, the document provides information about the number of job vacancies in the London Economic Region posted on the Internet during the Q4 of 2016. This information helps anyone to understand the work opportunities available in the region by various dimensions such as geographical location, type of employment, duration of employment, skill levels, main industry, occupational group and other.

Report on the Internet Job Posting in London Economic Region - Q4 of 2016

In a graphical intuitive mode, the document provides information about the number of job vacancies in the London Economic Region posted on the Internet during the Q4 of 2016. This information helps anyone to understand the work opportunities available in the region by various dimensions such as geographical location, type of employment, duration of employment, skill levels, main industry, occupational group and other.

Commentary on hires and layoffs in London Economic Region

By Emilian Siman

In a study published last year, Ci, Morrisette, and Schellenberg (2016) successfully untangled some questions surrounding the hiring and layoff rates across 69 economic regions (ERs) in Canada between 2003-2013. Although the study nicely spells methodological considerations and approaches, for the readers with less research training more important are the conclusions. Among their interesting findings were: