Findings on labour market conditions from an annual survey of the trade boards jointly undertaken by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission and the ministry.
Saskatchewan’s population reached a record high of 1,067,612 as of January 1, 2012, an increase of 4,077 people during the fourth quarter of 2011. The province has had 23 consecutive quarters of population growth.
The Saskatchewan mining industry will be facing a major labour crunch over the next decade, according to the Mining Industry Human Resources Council and Saskatchewan Mining Association. Employers will need to hire thousands of workers to offset workforce attrition due to retirements and other separation, and respond to potential industry expansion.
Companies in the petroleum industry need to prepare for a return to a tight labour market, according to the Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada. The report provides a timely snapshot of labour market conditions within the upstream petroleum industry, and notes that workforce issues have shifted from cost-cutting/cost management to addressing labour and skill shortages and attraction and retention issues in hard-to-recruit locations.
Findings on labour market conditions from an annual survey of the trade boards jointly undertaken by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission and our ministry.
An overview of women in the Saskatchewan labour market is provided, as well as a comparison of average hourly wage rates of paid workers according to the characteristics of women and the positions in which they work.
The Saskatchewan Industrial Employment Outlook projects employment growth in the province by industry for the five-year period, 2009-2014.
The Saskatchewan Occupational Employment Outlook projects employment growth by occupational group for the five-year period, 2009-2014.
This profile provides medium-term employment outlooks for 354 occupations in Saskatchewan over the 2009 to 2014 period. Profiled occupations are ranked as having good, fair or limited employment prospects.
This survey (published in 2009) is intended to better understand the attitudes of students towards post-secondary education and their experiences after graduation or leaving high school.