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Outlook & Prospects for Executive Housekeepers in Campbellton--Miramichi 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|
No employment outlook has been assigned to Executive Housekeepers (NOC 6213) in New Brunswick due to low levels of employment.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Saint John--St. Stephen Region||(Undetermined)||2015-05-29|
Labour Market Bulletins
An analysis of the local labour market and an assessment of local employment-related events.
(To access archived Labour Market Bulletins not appearing on this webpage, please contact us).
- December 2015 | (PDF, 552 KB)
- November 2015 | (PDF, 552 KB)
- October 2015 | (PDF, 552 KB)
- September 2015 | (PDF, 552 KB)
- August 2015 | (PDF, 470 KB)
- July 2015 | (PDF, 478 KB)
- June 2015 | (PDF, 315 KB)
- Annual Edition 2014 | (PDF, 559 KB)
Provincial / Territorial Labour Market NewsWeek of Jan 18 - Jan 22, 2016
- Le Maquis, an African restaurant, will open in January on Killam Drive in Moncton in the space formerly occupied by the recently-closed Asian Garden restaurant
- A Home Hardware Design Centre will open in the former Lounsbury building in downtown Sussex within the next several months. The business is an expansion of a smaller-scale Home Hardware, which will remain open in the town.
- The federal government will spend $21M in upgrades to the Carleton Martello Tower National Historic Site in Saint John and Fundy National Park over the next couple of years
- AV Nackawic indicates the company will need to fill about 180 positions at its pulp mill in Nackawic over the next five years due to an aging workforce. The mill currently employs about 400 people directly.
- Potash Corporation will shut down the Picadilly potash mine in Sussex, resulting in the loss of 420 to 430 jobs. A crew of 35 workers will remain to provide maintenance for the operation, and about 100 people will be offered mining jobs in Saskatchewan.
- The New Brunswick government and a group of 425 unionized employees, most of whom are engineering technicians, have a new five year and three-month collective agreement which will provide wage increases of 1% and other adjustments
- The federal government will award contracts in June 2016 for a $99M construction project to upgrade 13 border posts on the New Brunswick-Maine border
- La Louche, a coffee shop on St. George Street in Moncton, will close after three years of operation. The business employed six workers.
- Statistics Canada will hire close to 900 workers over the next few months in New Brunswick to compile information for the federal census. Most of the positions are for enumerators, which will pay $16.31 per hour and last for several months through the spring and summer.
- Red Rover Brewing Company will hire at least two more workers in the coming months as it expands its Fredericton cider operation, while York County Cider Corp plans to open a cider microbrewery on York Street in Fredericton within the next few weeks
- Susy Shier and Hallmark will close their stores in Saint John's Brunswick Square in January, joining several other tenants that have recently left the mall. The new owners plan to upgrade the complex in the near future, in hopes of attracting new tenants.
- Asian Garden, an Indian restaurant on Killam Drive in Moncton, has closed. The owners may eventually open another business in the building.
- Burger King is seeking managers for a new restaurant that will open soon in St. Stephen, although the exact location in the town has yet to be announced
- About 220 employees are now employed at the Caribou mine and mill near Bathurst, which began production in June. The lead and zinc mine will reach full capacity in early 2016, with the number of employees expected to remain the same.
- The Government of New Brunswick will dedicate $656.1M to its 2016-17 capital budget. Spending highlights include the construction, maintenance and upgrading of roads, bridges, schools, hospitals, and other buildings.
- According to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, slow job growth over the past few years in the city is likely a factor in the high rental unit vacancy rate in Saint John
- Quebec-based Groupe Océan has laid off all 28 workers employed on a $29M construction project at the New Brunswick Naval Centre in Bas-Caraquet until the facility's financial problems are resolved.
- The minimum wage in New Brunswick will increase from $10.30 per hour to $10.65 per hour on April 1, 2016
- After years of wage freezes, managers and non-unionized employees in the provincial civil service will receive pay increases of 1% in each of the next three years, followed by an increase of 2% in 2019
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