Helping Canadians navigate the changing world of work.
In 2020, LMIC launched its joint report with the Education Policy Research Initiative (EPRI) on the early career earnings of Canadian post-secondary education graduates. The findings are organized by credential and field of study. The two most noteworthy findings consist of the earnings differentials between men and women, and between Canadian graduates and international student graduates. A report, infographic, interactive dashboard and more are available for readers to better understand the findings and customize the data to their needs. (cut out the last line if it’s too long)
In 2018, LMIC launched a major public opinion research project to better understand the diverse labour market information (LMI) needs of Canadians. In total, over a period of several months, more than 20,000 individuals and organizations from nine user groups were surveyed. LMIC continues to publish LMI Insights, blogs and interactive dashboards to release the results from this survey.
We are working with a number of partners to enhance our collective knowledge related to skills in Canada. This includes how to best define and measure skills as well as assessing ways to understand the skill requirements of jobs.