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Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks  (NOC 1452)
North Shore Region
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Provincial Employment Potential Information

The following table identifies employment conditions within Nova Scotia.

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Table on the employment potential for Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks in Nova Scotia.
Location Employment Potential Release Date
Nova Scotia Limited   (1 of 3 stars) 2016-12-23

For the 2016-2018 period, the employment outlook is expected to be limited for Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks (NOC 1452) in Nova Scotia.

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 is expected to decline.
  • A moderate number of people are expected to retire.
  • This occupation has recently experienced moderate levels of unemployment.

Here are some key facts about Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks in the Nova Scotia region:

  • Approximately 800 people work in this occupation.
  • Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks mainly work in the following sectors:
    • Hospitals (NAICS 622): 16%
    • Federal government public administration (NAICS 911): 15%
    • Provincial and territorial public administration (NAICS 912): 13%
    • Information and cultural industries (NAICS 51): 13%
  • 73% of Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks work all year, while 27% work only part of the year, compared to 65% and 35% respectively among all occupations. Those who worked only part of the year did so for an average of 31 weeks compared to 30 weeks for all occupations.
  • They fall into the following age groups:
    • 15 to 24: less than 5% compared to 13% for all occupations
    • 25 to 54: 79% compared to 67% for all occupations
    • 55 years and over: 17% compared to 20% for all occupations
  • The gender distribution of people in this occupation is:
    • Men: 36% compared to 51% for all occupations
    • Women: 64% compared to 49% for all occupations
  • The educational attainment of workers in this occupation is:
    • No high school diploma: n/a
    • High school diploma or equivalent: 16% compared to 24% for all occupations
    • Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma: 16% compared to 12% for all occupations
    • College certificate or diploma or university certificate below bachelor's: 42% compared to 27% for all occupations
    • Bachelor's degree: 16% compared to 16% for all occupations
    • University certificate, degree or diploma above bachelor level: 8% compared to 9% for all occupations
Table on the employment potential for Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks in North Shore Region as well as in the rest of the Nova Scotia.
Location Employment Potential Release Date
Annapolis Valley Region Undetermined   (Undetermined) 2016-12-23
Cape Breton Region Undetermined   (Undetermined) 2016-12-23
Halifax Region Fair   (2 of 3 stars) 2016-12-23
North Shore Region Undetermined   (Undetermined) 2016-12-23
Southern Region Undetermined   (Undetermined) 2016-12-23

Provincial / Territorial Labour Market News

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