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We make job demand data, labour market insights, and other tools available to people and organizations— from educators and students, to jobseekers and employers, to community organizations and government representatives. These resources can support learning and the creation of data rich job postings, reports, or grant applications.

Job Search Tools

Looking for work? Interested in the latest employment data? These tools can help you in your job search or in better understanding the local workforce landscape:

Job Board

Job Map

Interactive Data Hub

Career Explorer

Work From Home Jobs

Labour Market Insights Report

Featured Publications

Podcasts & Radio

The Workforce Collective Podcast

Episode 1 – Who is Workforce Collective?

Episode 2 – Women and Work

Episode 3 – What is a Design Lab?

Episode 4 – Youth Employment

Episode 5 – Better Workplace Culture

Getting Connected Podcast: Childcare Chats

Part 1 – The Experience of ECEs

Part 2 – The Invisible Load of Mothers in Childcare

Part 3 – The Seasonality of Employment Post-Pandemic

Part 4 – Why Workforce Planning matters to you and your Client

Broad Perspectives Radio Segments


Local Labour Market Insights

2021-2022 Fiscal Year

2021 Niagara Labour Market Planning Report:

English | French

2021 Interim Labour Market Report

We welcome community feedback on our interim 2021 Labour Market Update through this brief feedback form.

Industry-focused Labour Market Snapshots:

2020-2021 Fiscal Year

2020 Niagara Labour Market Planning Report:

English | French

2020 Municipality Snapshots:

Niagara Community Observatory Policy Briefs

2020 September – The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Niagara Women in the Workforce

2018 March – Youth in Niagara: Highly Skilled, Highly Mobile

2017 January – Growing Niagara: A Closer Look at Niagara’s Aging Population

2015 October – Niagara’s Changing Economic Structure

2012 September – Are the Consequences of Poverty Holding Niagara Back?

2010 November – Jobs in Niagara

2010 October – The Changing Nature of Manufacturing in Niagara

2010 September – The Changing Economic Structure Of Niagara

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