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Outlook & Prospects for Executive Housekeepers in Lower Mainland - Southwest Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Lower Mainland - Southwest Region||(1 of 3 stars)||2016-04-15|
For the 2015-2017 period, the employment outlook is expected to be limited for Executive Housekeepers (NOC 6213) in the Lower Mainland - Southwest region.
This outlook is the result of an analysis of a number of factors that influence employment prospects in this occupation. Some of the key findings are that:
- Employment growth is expected to be weak.
- A small number of people are expected to retire.
- This occupation has recently experienced moderate levels of unemployment.
Here are some key facts about Executive Housekeepers in the Lower Mainland - Southwest region:
- Approximately 420 people worked in this occupation in May 2011.
- Executive Housekeepers mainly work in the following sectors:
- Accommodation and food services (NAICS 72): 80%
- Management and Administrative Services (NAICS 55-56): 14%
- They fall into the following age groups:
- 15 to 24: n/a
- 25 to 54: 81% compared to 69% for all occupations
- 55 years and over: n/a
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Aug 12 - Aug 16, 2016
- Molson Coors Canada is opening a new brewery in Chilliwack by the end of 2018 or early 2019. Construction of the project is expected to begin in early 2017 and will create approximately 1,000 construction-related jobs.
- Fraser Health Authority proposed a 200-bed residential care facility, worth $40M, near Peace Arch Hospital
- Sawbucks Pub, located in South Surrey, is expected to reopen soon, following a four-month renovation
- Several new retail stores will be opening in the upgraded Langley City Square. Some of the new stores include Bed Bath & Beyond, Chipotle and Starbucks.
- Extra Foods in Maple Ridge closed its doors on August 13, while it is renovated into No Frills. The upgraded store is scheduled to re-open in November.
- Alabaster Homes is constructing Oak + Park, a 40 townhome project, in Vancouver¿s Marpole neighbourhood
- Concord Pacific Developments Inc. is building Concord Brentwood, a 10-highrise tower development, in Burnaby
- Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society recently held its annual Mega Job Fair and Business Expo in Surrey. The job fair attracted 102 businesses and 4,700 job seekers.
- Movie and TV production in Vancouver is up by 45% so far in 2016, compared to the same period last year. In the past few months, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees signed an average of 150 new workers per month.
- Klaus Fuerniss Enterprises Inc. is developing George Gibsons Marine Resort and Residences in Gibsons. The project includes two buildings, a 39-unit condominium complex as well as a 116-room hotel.
- Gramercy Developments is building 'The Crossing', a 67-unit townhome development, in South Surrey. The project is scheduled to be completed in summer 2017.
- Vancouver city council approved the Grandview-Woodland community plan. The plan will see up to 10,000 new residents and 7,000 new homes added to the neighbourhood around the Commercial-Broadway SkyTrain station over the next 30 years.
- Salvatore¿s La Spaghetteria, a restaurant in New Westminster, closed its doors on August 1. The restaurant employed 12 people.
- New Westminster School District recently moved into its new 7,200 sq.-ft. office. The new office will save the school district about $400,000 per year, which has been used to hire four new staff members at Fraser River Middle School.
- Two highrise apartment towers and a new church have been proposed in Burnaby. The new towers will add 254 rental units to the city.
- A recent report found that Metro Vancouver requires 18,200 new housing units per year over the next decade. One-third of the new units should be purpose-built rentals, while two-thirds of which should be earmarked for low-income households.
- Tsawwassen Commons, a 550,000 sq.-ft. outdoor mall on Tsawwassen First Nation land, reported that the mall will open in two phases. The first phase is currently under construction and includes stores such as Wal-Mart, Rona and Canadian Tire.
- Globe International Cuisine, a new restaurant, opened its doors in Hope on July 4
- Bosa Development announced a multi-tower residential and commercial project in downtown New Westminster. The project will include two or three condo towers, a stand-alone restaurant and a daycare facility.
- Hawaiian Electric has withdrawn its application for a liquefied natural gas contract with Fortis Hawaii Energy Inc. The agreement, which was signed earlier this year, would have resulted in an $800M to $900M expansion at the Delta LNG location.
- The City of Richmond began construction on its new $22.3M fire hall. The 8,000 sq.-ft. facility is expected to be completed by late 2017.
- A new CRAFT restaurant is anticipated to open at New Westminster¿s Shops at New West plaza. In addition to the restaurant, First Capital Realty plans to develop a three-storey building that would connect to the plaza.
- A three-storey building, that includes a boutique hotel and a courtyard plaza, has been proposed in Fort Langley
- A new $28M transit depot and maintenance facility will be constructed in Abbotsford
- The City of Vancouver completed the removal of train tracks on the West Side last week. Parts of the transportation corridor have already been transformed into a paved path for cycling and pedestrian use.
- The City of Vancouver's bike sharing service was launched on July 20, 2016. The program will allow members of the rental network to benefit from greater mobility within the city.
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