Local labour market information
Information on the labour market, jobs, training & education.
What type of education and skills are needed for occupations in the region?
Click on the following links to better understand what is required for occupations within major sectors in our region.
Supporting employers with hard-to-fill positions
Take a look at how the community will be supporting employers with hard-to-fill positions.Download / View
London Economic Region Labour Market Participation
Take a look at some participation trends in the region and learn some of the reasons why people are choosing not to work.Download / View
Our workforce is changing and with that, so are the requirements that are needed to find a job within a chosen field.
We spoke with industry experts to find out what they look for when recruiting new talent.
Regional job fair report
Did you know 2,350 people attended the London & Area Works Job Fair in September 2017?
Or click the download button below to view a report on the October 2016 Job Fair.Download / View
Shopping the Retail Sector
Did you know there are 43,800 people currently working within the wholesale and retail trade industry?Download / View
Searching the Supply Chain, Transportation and Logistics
Did you know there are over 15,600 people employed within the transportation and warehousing industry in the region?Download / View
Personal Support Workers in Health Care
Did you know there are 49,000 people currently employed in the Healthcare sector?Download / View
Did you know there are over 10,900 people currently employed within the agricultural sector in the region?Download / View
Did you know over 50,000 people are employed within the manufacturing sector in the region?Download / View
Service Coordination Continuum
Take a look at the five-stages of service coordination and see where your organization stands up.Download / View
Connecting for our clients
Looking for a better way to meet the needs of your clients?Download / View
Do you work with people who are exploring careers? Do you provide assistance to job seekers? If so, labour market information (LMI) and statistics can help you advise the people you work with. Scroll through some of the resources below and click on the pictures to learn more about work trends and the skills, education and training needed for jobs today, and in the future.