Explore Careers - Job Market Report
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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.
Local Employment Potential Information
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Notre Dame-Central-Bonavista Bay Region||(2 of 3 stars)||2016-04-15|
For the 2015-2017 period, the employment outlook is expected to be fair for Conservation and Fishery Officers (NOC 2224) in the Notre Dame - Central Bonavista Bay 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 moderate.
- A large number of people are expected to retire.
- This occupation has recently experienced high levels of unemployment.
In addition, due to the seasonal nature of this occupation, employment opportunities will vary depending on the time of the year. Employment opportunities tend to be more favourable during the summer months.
Here are some key facts about Conservation and Fishery Officers in the Notre Dame - Central Bonavista Bay region:
- Approximately 150 people work in this occupation in the South Coast - Burin Peninsula and Notre Dame - Central Bonavista Bay region.
- Conservation and Fishery Officers mainly work in the following sectors:
- Federal government public administration (NAICS 911): 49%
- Local, municipal, regional, aboriginal and other public administration (NAICS 913-919): 25%
- Information, cultural, arts, entertainment and recreation services (NAICS 51, 71): 15%
- They fall into the following age groups:
- 15 to 24: less than 5% compared to 9% for all occupations
- 25 to 54: 84% compared to 70% for all occupations
- 55 years and over: 13% compared to 21% for all occupations
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Oct 03 - Oct 07, 2016
- The provincial and federal governments have announced a combined $798,000 in funding for the redevelopment of Elizabeth Swan Park in Clarenville, NL. The development will include green space for events and replacement of the cookhouse and pavilion and the construction of an amphitheatre.
- The town of Lewisporte has hired a municipal enforcement officer. It is the first by-law officer hired by the town in 40 years.
- The town of Gander, NL is cutting two new firefighting positions for its understaffed fire department and has delayed plans to hire an in house counsel for the town office.
- Ocean Choice International plant located in Port Union, NL has been transferred over to the municipality of Trinity Bay North at no cost. Over 170 people were out of work when the plant originally shut down in 2011.
- An information session to hear about programs and projects, is being held by various provincial and federal government departments for workers who lost work due to the closure of the Barry Group shrimp plant in Clarenville, NL
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