We are pleased to announce the EMSI knowledge base for Canada—a new website that gives you easy access to information, support, and answers to commonly asked questions about EMSI labour market data. Here you can also submit your own questions and learn about training opportunities.
Analyst for Canada
Today, we are pleased to announce the release of the new, redesigned Analyst for Canada, featuring EMSI’s comprehensive labour market data in a simplified, more intuitive interface so that using the data is faster and easier than ever. We are very excited to deliver this refined version of our flagship tool and are confident it will enhance our clients’ ability […]
Unlike the US — where self-employment has declined precipitously over the last decade — self-employment in Canada has been very consistent since 2001. As with the rest of the economy, self-employment in Canada has seen less volatility over the last 10 years than its American counterpart. But there have still been a number of significant developments.
Sorting through the hundreds of 4-digit industry classifications in our Canadian data, we managed to find a few genuinely surprising industries that have grown – or declined – at eye-catching rates.
In almost every province of Canada, the utilities sector is one of the highest-paying sets of industries in the economy, and Ontario is no exception to this trend. Here’s a look at how jobs in the electric power generation sector are doing.
EMSI recently released Analyst for Canada, a web-based labour market research tool perfect for community and public colleges interested in evaluating the workforces of their communities and surrounding areas. We take a look at Kitchener, Ontario, home to Conestoga College.