Are you looking for job opportunities? One of the best things to do is researching your local labour market. You can get this information (surging industries, job market forecasting) through various sources including your union, employment centres, staffing agencies, trade schools, college employment centres and online. These documents are typcially put together by non-profit organizations
Category: Labour Market
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The process of finding a career can be a relatively quick one or one that lasts a lifetime. We must remember that each of us has a different career path–we all have have different skill-sets as well as job and life experiences that give us unique opportunities albeit at different stages of our lives. However,
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Whenever we start our job search we typically focus on the basics: getting a resume done and the applying for jobs online or in-person. But it is important to use data for our long term aims. One such piece of information (and relatively easy to come by) is Labour Market Information or LMI for short.