Canada faces record retirements from an aging labour force (Statistics Canada)
The working-age population, persons aged 15 to 64 who produce the bulk of goods and services in the Canadian economy, has reached a turning point, this report finds. Never before has the number of people nearing retirement been so high. More than one in five (21.8%) persons of working age are aged 55 to 64.
Career Development in the Canadian Workplace: National Business Survey (CERIC)
This survey reveals keen insights into Canadian organizations’ current views on skills and talent gaps in the labour market; hiring underrepresented groups as part of equity, diversity and inclusion strategies; the importance of investing in career development; and how employers perceive the services of career development professionals.
Career Guidance for Adults in Canada (OECD)
New survey data show that Canada performs well in an OECD comparison with respect to the quality of career guidance, but there is room to strengthen the provision and accessibility of services.
Challenges and Opportunities in Canada’s LMI Landscape (LMIC)
This report identifies eight challenges relating to LMI in Canada, including a lack of local and granular LMI data; the lack of a commonly agreed methodology for projecting future skills; and the fact that LMI data is often inaccessible, unreliable or not relevant to stakeholder needs.
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