Junior Data Engineer
Alvaro contributes to the end-to-end development of data pipelines and cloud infrastructure that allows end-users timely and uninterrupted access to labour market information through LMIC’s Data Hub.
Prior to joining LMIC, Alvaro built data solutions for SaaS applications. He is passionate about building optimal tooling and implementing software development lifecycle best practices so that data-driven teams can create value.
Alvaro holds a master's degree in applied mathematics and a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Guelph.
Perceptions of LMI: Feedback from the Canadian ecosystem
A feedback-gathering exercise to explore information needs in Canada’s LMI ecosystem
Event recording and transcript: The labour market outcomes of immigrant youth in Canada
Go directly to: Event summary On May 2, 2023 LMIC hosted a panel and discussion about the experience of newcomer and immigrant youth in Canada’s labour market, featuring youth, researchers,…
What is a labour market?
Listen to this blog as an audio recording When people think of markets, they often think of a physical or virtual market where people exchange goods and services. But what…
Employer-sponsored skills training vital in Canada’s changing workforce landscape
Dr. Nancy Adossi, Senior Bilingual Policy Analyst with the Future Skills Centre (FSC), reflects on the findings in FSC and LMIC’s recent joint report, Employer-sponsored skills training: A picture of…
Request for Proposals: Addressing Biases in Online Job Posting Data for Measuring Job Vacancies
The Labour Market Information Council (LMIC) is seeking proposals to conduct a comprehensive analysis on the measurement of job vacancies using online job postings. Download the RFP Inquiries related to…
Employer-Sponsored Skills Training
A picture of skills training opportunities provided by Canadian employers