Business Intelligence Analyst
Daniel supports the development of LMIC’s data pipeline by optimizing processes and gathering, cleaning and labelling data. Previously, he worked in the renewable energy sector in the UK, modelling engineering problems using various programming languages. He has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in mechanical engineering from The University of Edinburgh.
Outside work, Daniel enjoys cycling and hiking.
Mind the Gap: Taking Stock of Canada’s LMI System
One of my first tasks when I joined LMIC last March was to take stock of the considerable efforts undertaken in the past decade to identify labour market information (LMI)…
Introducing LMIC’s first Operational Plan
In April 2018, we released our first Strategic Plan to provide a high-level overview of our core objectives and planned accomplishments over the coming three years. In particular, in an effort to…
Making sense of the future of work in Canada
When I joined LMIC in April, one of my first priorities was to help provide insights on the jobs of today and tomorrow. To that end, my team and I began…
LMI Insights Report no. 1, Taking Stock of Past Labour Market Information Assessments
Considerable progress has been made in improving LMI, but several important gaps persist. LMIC’s priority is to improve LMI for all Canadians.
Nothing is more difficult to predict than the future
Yogi Berra was probably as good a philosopher as he was a baseball catcher, which, if you know anything about baseball, says a lot about how revered he was in…
Openness and transparency: Cornerstones of good governance
Two tenets of good governance are leadership and effectiveness. I wrote about these themes in my last two articles, talking about the need for collaboration in evidence-based policy making and a better understanding…
We need to better understand how the world of work is changing
Not a day goes by when there isn’t an article, a tweet, a post or a new study on how fast the world of work is changing. Advances in new…
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