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BC’s labour market information resources. Shannon Baskerville ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER – Labour Market & Immigration Division Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation. Meeting BC’s Human Capital Needs. BC’s Labour Market Information Advantage.

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bc s labour market information resources

BC’s labour market information resources

Shannon Baskerville

ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER – Labour Market & Immigration Division

Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation

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Forecasts for future supply, demand and balance of occupations over the next 10 years.

    • 140 occupations
    • 7 regions
    • Annual (or more) updates
    • Ability to run scenarios

Decision makers, Institutions, Career Practitioners & industry

the power of bc s labour market information
The power of BC’s labour market information

EMPOWERS DECISIONS OF ALL USERS:

  • Employers can use forecasts, by region, to plan for future skills shortages and supply conditions.
  • Workers and students can make informed career choices that best meet their needs and skills.
  • Government can align investments in training and skills development with regional opportunities.
  • Post-secondary institutions can re-calibrate program delivery to meet regional needs.
  • Immigrants can make informed decisions about where to settle in BC based on job opportunities.
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WorkBC.ca: one-stop shop for BC’s labour market information.

  • Key resources for employers include:
    • Human capital projections
    • Business development information
    • Info on finding and keeping workers, workplace regulations and workforce adjustments
interactive forecast tool
Interactive Forecast Tool
  • View supply, demand, unemployment rates etc. by career and region
  • The map changes as the user navigates through the 10yr forecast timeline

Decision makers, Institutions, Career Practitioners & industry

smartphone application
Smartphone Application
  • Provides information provided by BC Work Futures on careers including:
    • Pictures or videos of the career
    • Income
    • Education and experience requirements
    • Brief overview description
    • Stability of the career
    • Opportunities (job openings)

Ages 15-25

online video game
Online Video Game
  • Promote careers which are projected to have labour shortages
  • Ignite interest and spark enthusiasm for science and trades-based careers
  • Incorporate a regional economic component

Youth 8-12

new labour market information projects
New Labour Market Information Projects

WORK BC TV:

A series of short videos featured on an interactive application. Videos will promote LMI products and job shadow in demand careers

  • Career Cruiser:
  • Travel to northern regions to promote LMI products and services with an emphasis on in demand careers for that area

Job Search:

Revitalized job bank with online chats, employer profiles, regional highlights and more!

Career

Cruiser

discussion questions
Discussion questions:
  • What labour market information would be most useful to you to help you run your business or organization?
  • What sources of information have you used to determine if you might face skills shortages in the future?