Explore Careers - Job Market Report
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Outlook & Prospects for Other Professional Occupations in Health Diagnosing and Treating in Moncton--Richibucto Region
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Provincial Employment Potential Information
The following table identifies employment conditions within New Brunswick.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|New Brunswick||(3 of 3 stars)||2014-05-09|
For the 2013-2015 projection period, employment opportunities will be good for Other Professional Occupations in Health Diagnosing and Treating (NOC 3123) in New Brunswick. Compared with all other occupations, this occupation is expected to experience stronger employment growth. This, in addition to more workers retiring, is expected to result in new employment opportunities. There should also be proportionately fewer unemployed workers with experience in this occupation to compete for available jobs.
According to the 2011 National Household Survey, the average age for this occupation in New Brunswick was 43 years. Also, according to the Labour Force Survey, less than 500 people worked in this occupation in 2013.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Saint John--St. Stephen Region||(Undetermined)||2014-07-31|
Labour Market Bulletins
An analysis of the local labour market and an assessment of local employment-related events.
- October 2014 | (PDF, 801 KB)
- October 2014 (Quarterly Edition) | (PDF, 638 KB)
- September 2014 | (PDF, 576 KB)
- August 2014 | (PDF, 838 KB)
- July 2014 | (PDF, 759 KB)
- June 2014 | (PDF, 606 KB)
- May 2014 | (PDF, 610 KB)
- April 2014 | (PDF, 610 KB)
- March 2014 | (PDF, 585 KB)
- February 2014 | (PDF, 585 KB)
- January 2014 | (PDF, 280 KB)
- Annual Edition 2013 | (PDF, 797 KB) new
- December 2013 | (PDF, 540 KB)
- November 2013 | (PDF, 540 KB)
- October 2013 | (PDF, 606 KB)
- September 2013 | (PDF, 439 KB)
- August 2013 | (PDF, 435 KB)
- July 2013 | (PDF, 571 KB)
- June 2013 | (PDF, 266 KB)
- May 2013 | (PDF, 233 KB)
- April 2013 | (PDF, 266 KB)
- March 2013 | (PDF, 233 KB)
- February 2013 | (PDF, 234 KB)
- January 2013 | (PDF, 280 KB)
- Annual Edition 2012 | (PDF, 630 KB)
Provincial / Territorial Labour Market NewsWeek of Dec 08 - Dec 12, 2014
- According to the Director of Economic and Business Development for the city of Miramichi, the new federal pay centre has had a positive impact on economic activity in the city. Within the past year, major retailers such as Winners and Giant Tiger have arrived in the area.
- Gardner Electric has been awarded a $1.3M contract to supply lighting and electrical services as part of the Irving pulp mill modernization project in Saint John. The contract will generate work for local electricians and apprentices.
- A fire has destroyed the Poley Mountain Ski Resort Lodge near Sussex, just after the resort had finished hiring its 180 full- and part-time staff for the season. Ownership hopes to operate the hill on some basis and keep most of the workers employed this season, while rebuilding the lodge in time for 2015-16.
- According to the 2011 Census of Agriculture, the number of farms in New Brunswick decreased by 5.9% since 2006, and the average age of farmers rose from 52.8 to 55.5 years. The figures follow similar national trends.
- There will be 73 fewer plow operators on New Brunswick highways this winter than there were two years ago, and three fewer than last winter, according to highway workers' union CUPE Local 1190
- According to the provincial government, its new job creation agency Opportunities New Brunswick will be run differently than its predecessors, and will tailor its work to the needs of employers. The agency should be operational by April 2015.
- The Conference Board of Canada predicts that real GDP growth in New Brunswick will accelerate to 1.6% in 2015, up from the 0.6% expected for 2014. A promising outlook for the forestry industry, increased potash production, and improving labour markets are factors cited for the improvement.
- The City of Moncton will cut 19 jobs over the next two years from its workforce of roughly 620 positions. The cuts will be made through attrition, and will be spread throughout the corporation.
- The City of Campbellton has reached a deal with the union representing 36 workers who had been locked out in early November. It is believed the deal will be for seven years, and will include some job security clauses. The contracting out of snow removal services, which began with the lockout, will continue.
- According to the New Brunswick Roofing Contractors Association and some business owners, it is very difficult to find roofers in the province, and many positions go unfilled. The Construction Association of New Brunswick adds that the outmigration of workers has affected many trades, including roofers.
- Atlantic Windows will add 15 positions to its workforce of 200 in Port Elgin. The company manufactures doors and windows.
- Sequoia Natural and Organic Foods opened on Mountain Road in Moncton in December. It is the third location in the Moncton area for the health food business, which also provides the services of nutritionists, a naturopathic doctor, and an esthetician.
- Public Works and Government Services Canada has hired a final wave of 207 employees at its Miramichi Pay Centre, bringing the total number of workers there to 550. The government will also help provincial colleges develop training for students in the fields of pay and pension administration.
- According to the New Brunswick Christmas Tree Association, a low Canadian dollar, increased demand, and a decrease in the supply of trees are expected to contribute to a good season for growers. There are about 350 active Christmas tree growers in New Brunswick, and most trees are exported to the United States.
- Ambulance New Brunswick has identified a need for more bilingual paramedics in northern New Brunswick. Fourteen students are currently enrolled in a French-language paramedic course in Bathurst being offered to help meet the need.
- Northcliff Resources has received more than 600 resumes from applicants seeking work at the Sisson project, an open-pit tungsten mine the company hopes to operate northwest of Fredericton. The company would like to begin construction by the end of 2015, but is still seeking environmental approvals and further capital investments.
- The minimum wage in New Brunswick will rise from $10 to $10.30 at the beginning of 2015
- Mai Asian Restaurant, which currently employs 15 workers in Moncton, will open a second location in Dieppe in the spring of 2015
- The Career Development and Employment Centre at the University of New Brunswick is seeking both arts and science students and alumni to take part in a program which is designed to keep graduates employed within the Fredericton area. The program will enhance the employability skills of students and match them with employers.
- A 30-bed nursing home has opened on Grand Manan
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