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LMIC announces new Executive Director

Bindi Sawchuk, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Labour Market Information Council (LMIC) and Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Post Secondary Education and Future Skills with the Government of British Columbia, today announced the appointment of Massimo Bergamini as the new Executive Director of LMIC. A seasoned association executive, Bergamini brings more than…Read More

LMIC launches its 2021-2022 Annual Report

This week we launched LMIC’s 2021-2022 Annual Report, summarizing our work and achievements for the fiscal year. And, what a year of change it was. Unprecedented labour and skills shortages across Canada meant LMIC pivoted from a focus on COVID-19 recovery to supporting Canadians, employers, and policy makers with the insights to help them make…Read More

LMIC partners with myBlueprint, Université Laval to develop digital LMI tools for career professionals

The Labour Market Information Council (LMIC) has partnered with two career services-focused organizations to design digital tools that will help career development professionals access and use labour market information (LMI). LMIC will collaborate with myBlueprint to create an LMI micro-site that will provide up-to-date and accurate location-based LMI, data visualization and engagement so secondary school…Read More

LMIC Launches the Canadian Job Trends Dashboard

Explore labour market information based on trends found in online job postings from across Canada: our Canadian Online Job Posting Dashboard is now the Canadian Job Trends Dashboard, with a new user-friendly design and more timely data. The information found in online job postings can help track trends in occupational demand and work requirements such…Read More

Majority of Canadians not accessing career services despite unprecedented job market shakeup, reveals new report

Listen to this article as an audio recording OTTAWA, ON, November 18, 2021 – Today the Labour Market Information Council (LMIC) and the Future Skills Centre (FSC) released new research which finds that few Canadian adults are taking advantage of career services at a time when COVID-19 has dramatically impacted Canada’s job market.  With large numbers of Canadians rethinking their…Read More
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