Labour market

Is it Possible to Accurately Forecast Labour Market Needs? (2007)

The authors of this review have analysed research materials to determine whether it is possible to accurately predict labour market needs.

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2011-06-07

Essential Skills Profiles: Top 50 Entry-Level Jobs in Canada (2011)

This document, published by Kingston Literacy & Skills, is a resource that links literacy practitioners, case managers, employment counsellors, assessors, employers, and lower-skill clients within the framework of Essential Skills.

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2011-05-31

Aboriginal Engagement (2008)

Who Does What in Aboriginal Skills Development: A Reference Document

The goal of this document is to explain the nature of Aboriginal human resources issues in Canada, and to provide practical information for promoting partnerships that lead to meaningful work for Aboriginal people and boost the pool of skilled workers for economic sectors currently experiencing shortfalls.

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2011-04-15

Literacy Risk in the Niagara Region (2000)

The author of this document notes that Ontario’s Niagara Region is at a competitive disadvantage because the overall literacy and skill levels of its population lag behind those of other regions of the province, according to 1996 census data.

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2011-03-25

People Without Jobs, Jobs Without People (2010)

This presentation was given during the 2010 Spotlight on Learning conference, hosted by Ontario Literacy Coalition (OLC), and during Literacy Nova Scotia’s 2010 conference.

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2011-03-04

Toronto Training Board: 2002-2003 Environment Scan Update (2002)

Current Challenges, Future Opportunities

This is the fifth annual survey of labour force, training and adjustment issues carried out by the Toronto Training Board (TTB), a not-for-profit organization governed by a board of directors representing business, labour, education and training, persons with disabilities, women, immigrants and visible minorities, and youth.

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2011-01-20

Your Complete Job Search Guide (2009)

This is a guide to all the steps needed to find a job. The authors begin with exercises to help the user learn more about the labour market and assess personal strengths and weaknesses.

From there, the authors move on to preparing a resumé and portfolio; writing a good cover letter; and completing a job application. They also provide tips for tracking down hard-to-find jobs and preparing for a job interview.

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2011-01-14

Employment Track Express: Pilot Project Evaluation Report (2008)

This report describes a pilot project developed to help laid-off workers in western Ontario gain the computer skills needed to help them find new jobs.

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2011-01-11

A Worker and Trade Union Perspective on Labour Market Information (2009)

Report Prepared for the Advisory Panel to the Forum of Labour Market Ministers

This report was prepared in 2009 for the advisory panel to the Forum of Labour Market Ministers (FLMM) on Labour Market Information (LMI). FLMM is made up of the federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for labour market policy and programming.

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2010-12-07

Trends, Opportunities and Priorities - TOP Report (2009)

The Trends, Opportunities and Priorities (TOP) Report is published annually by the Toronto Training Board (TTB), a not-for-profit organization governed by a board of directors representing business, labour, education and training, persons with disabilities, women, immigrants and visible minorities, and youth. It provides a snapshot of economic activity and the labour market in Toronto.

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2010-12-07

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