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.
We’re used to seeing median wage data for occupations. But Visualizing Economics’ new book gives us insight into the full range of many occupations’ real earnings potential.
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.
For the past few years we have noticed a strong data trend, which is certainly corroborated by anecdotal evidence: management jobs are in demand.
Here at EMSI, we’re always looking for a chance to show off our data and tools, so we saw this article as an opportunity to use our new “class of worker” categories and compare salaried workers to the self-employed.