British Columbia Labour Market Outlook 2010-2020

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2010-2020
Labour Market Outlook
BRITISH COLUMBIA

2010 - 2020

Labour Market Outlook
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Preface Highlights Introduction Economic and Labour Market Outlook Occupation Outlook Conclusions Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Appendix 3 02 03 05 05 07 09 10 12 13

British Columbia Labour Market Outlook: 2010-2020

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B.C. Labour Market Outlook, 2010 - 2020
Preface The Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation is pleased to present the second edition of the B.C. Labour Market Outlook in partnership with BC Stats and the Ministry of Finance. This edition provides labour market demand and supply forecasts for B.C. and its regions from 2010 to 2020, based on output from the B.C. Labour Market Scenario Model.

Over one million job openings are expected in B.C. from 2010 to 2020

The B.C. Labour Market Scenario Model is a tool that helps us understand the likely future of regional and provincial labour markets. Developed by the Province in 2009, the information the Model provides helps citizens, employers and government to accurately forecast future demand and supply for a range of occupations. The Outlook seeks to identify significant trends for the labour market of the future that can inform decisionmaking, based on statistical data, assumptions, and consultation with industry and other stakeholders. However, within particular occupations and regions there may be unique conditions that are not captured in this analysis. Assumptions and conditions may also change over time. Thus, despite best efforts, actual conditions may differ from those presented in the B.C. Labour Market Outlook.

forecasting economic growth.1 These sources suggest that the B.C. economy is expected to grow at close to historical rates in the medium term (2013 to 2015). However, uncertain global economic conditions continue to pose substantial downside risks to…...

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