Saskatchewan Diagnostic (2006)

This report was prepared for the Saskatchewan Task Force of the Workplace Partners Panel, a national initiative managed by the Canadian Labour and Business Centre. The purpose of this document is to provide up-to-date information, statistics, analysis, and commentary pertaining to the key issues stemming from the Workplace Partners Panel's Saskatchewan task force theme of “skills needs in the context of an aging workforce”.

This document contains the following sections:
1. Population and demographics. This section looks at the population of the province and the factors that determine how that population changes;
2. Economic context. In this section, economic activity is examined in terms of gross domestic product and employment and employment earnings;
3. Education, skills development, and training;
4. Migration and labour mobility.

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