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Desktop Publishing Operators and Related Occupations  (NOC 1423)
Halifax Region
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Outlook & Prospects for Desktop Publishing Operators and Related Occupations in Halifax Region

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Local Employment Potential Information

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Table on the employment potential for Desktop Publishing Operators and Related Occupations in Halifax Region as well as in the rest of the Nova Scotia.
Location Employment Potential Release Date
Halifax Region Undetermined   (Undetermined) 2015-05-29

No employment outlook has been assigned to Desktop Publishing Operators and Related Occupations (NOC 1423) in the Halifax region due to low levels of employment.

Local Labour Market News

Week of Sep 21 - Sep 25, 2015
  • Jiffy Lube automobile service franchises will open in the coming weeks at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport and in Dartmouth Crossing
  • Halifax-based Skinfix Inc. has expanded its workforce from seven to 25 employees in the last year, and plans to do more hiring in 2016. The company distributes its skin-care products among retailers throughout North America.
  • Crombie REIT has awarded contracts for a $7M renovations project to begin in October at the Scotia Square in Halifax
Week of Sep 14 - Sep 18, 2015 Week of Sep 07 - Sep 11, 2015
  • EGG Studios of Halifax will be closing on November 6, leaving 20 employees without a job
  • Conifer Financial Services plans to create an addition 350 jobs in Halifax with a $60.8M investment
  • Ambassatours is building a $4.4M milllion facility in Halifax to consolidate its operations. The project is expected to be completed in nine months.
Week of Aug 31 - Sep 04, 2015
  • The major Irving Shipbuilding project has begun in Halifax, and currently employs about 900 people. Employment will grow to 1,600 workers over the next two years, and is expected to grow to 2,500 during peak periods of the 30-year project.
  • Admiral Insurance will hire 30 workers in October in its Halifax office to work as service advisors. The company had previously hired 146 people since January 2015, and plans to have 500 workers on staff by the end of the year.
  • Halifax-based CanJet Airlines has laid off its remaining pilots and flight attendants and ended its flight operations. The company had laid off 115 employees in April and had since been operating one aircraft out of Montreal.
  • Alpha Strike Laser Tag, located in Burnside Park in Dartmouth, has closed
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