This is a summary visual presenting the essential labour market indicators for the London Economic Region. The source for the information presented in the document is the monthly Labour Force Survey. Statistics Canada, CANSIM - Table 282-0122 provides the monthly 3-month moving average estimates, unadjusted for seasonality.
The document presents in a graphical format a summary of findings from data provided by reporting.vicinityjobs.com. These results inform us about recent changes in the regional labour demand.
This document contains the slides' deck for the presentation titled "2017 EmployerOne Survey Results" from April 4th at the London Convention Center.
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
The infographic summarizes the quantity and quality of the Internet job postings in London Economic Region during the fourth quarter of 2017. The information in the document helps one understand the nature of the job availability in the region. Top industries and occupations with the largest amount of job vacancies are identified. Numerous other characteristics of the online job postings in the region are discussed.
Following the release of Employment Ontario Employment Service data sets, the Local Employment Planning Council has created a series of presentations revealing any noticeable trends in the data.
by Emilian Siman
The local labour market was calm during August of 2017. Minimal changes happened locally in August compared to July. Figure 1 shows this consistency in the local labour market for the past year: a slight population growth combined with monthly changes in the size of the labour force.
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.
EmployerOne Survey is a community research action deployed annually in the London Economic Region with the intent to expand the understanding of the demand side of the labour market. The year 2017 marks the fifth data collection performed in the region. The present report is built on the unweighted descriptive statistics and cross-tabulations applied to this data.
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.