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Labour Market Information

Community Employment Services offers a variety of resources
to assist you in accessing labour market information.

Researching this information when you are considering an occupation, whether it is your first job, or you are changing careers, will provide you with the needed facts you will require to make a good decision.

The amount of Labour Market Information available today is overwhelming and very complex. For job-seekers, our employment consultants can provide guidance on what type of information is available and how to access it. Our reference library also includes local area industrial directories as well as Scott's directories (detailed information on Canadian manufacturers, wholesalers and business services). For assistance, make an appointment with Community Employment Services today!


Worktrends.ca

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You can use this valuable online tool to make decisions and plan for the future. You can research careers, education and training. You can also access information about companies that are hiring, wage information and growth opportunities.


Visit Worktrends.ca

Local Employment Planning Council

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You will find valuable online tools that can assist you in your decision making. You will find local information highlighting industry trends, wage information and growth opportunities, that can give you a better understanding of the industries and roles you are exploring.


Visit Local Employment Planning Council

EmployerOne Survey

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The EmployerOne is an annual local survey of employers in Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford counties and the City of London (EMO region). The survey asks questions about an employer's current workforce, hires and separations and recruitment methods as well as education, skills and training needs.

This survey creates a more robust analysis and in depth vision of both current and projected industry trends can be provided, as well as the overall status of the local labour market. EmployerOne is helpful as an HR planning tool, helps identify skills shortages, informs the community about employers' needs, is a confidential, once-a-year survey and is for businesses/organizations big and small.


View the 2016 Results

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Job Search Café

Come in prepared with goals on what you would like to accomplish. Take advantage of this welcoming environment and the opportunity to receive individualized job search support.