The City of Greater Sudbury has the highly skilled, educated, innovative and enthusiastic workforce you require to make your company more productive. The Greater Sudbury labour force has a strong blend of skill and experience. The City is well known throughout Ontario as an excellent source of readily available bilingual labour.
|Workforce Planning for Sudbury & Manitoulin is funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to address current and emerging labour market issues. They use evidence-based research, consult key stakeholders, facilitate partnerships and produce an annual labour market report. Stakeholders include employers, business/industry specific associations, employment services, education/training organizations, government leads and others.|
|Ontario Job Futures provides information on the current trends and future outlook for 163 occupations common to Ontario. It is a joint effort of the Province of Ontario and the Government of Canada.
|The Ontario Government provides labour market information to help individuals and businesses make informed decisions about careers, education, employment, and business plans. It provides valuable insights into labour market conditions and trends in Ontario, as well as in specific regions or communities in the province.
|Statistics Canada, a member of the Industry Portfolio, produces statistics that help Canadians better understand their country—its population, resources, economy, society and culture. In Canada, providing statistics is a federal responsibility. As Canada's central statistical agency, Statistics Canada is legislated to serve this function for the whole of Canada and each of the provinces.
|Labour market information or LMI is information we need to make better decisions about our jobs or work lives. It includes occupational or career information such as educational requirements, main duties, wage rates, the availability of workers, current employment trends and the outlook for the position.
|Job Futures is a career tool to help you plan for your future. It provides useful information about 265 occupational groups and describes the work experiences of recent graduates from 155 programs of study. Job Futures looks at current and future job prospects. Information can be found by using occupational titles and/or fields of study.|