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Outlook & Prospects for Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations in Muskoka-Kawarthas 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 Ontario.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Ontario||(2 of 3 stars)||2016-04-15|
For the 2015-2017 period, the employment outlook is expected to be fair for Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations (NOC 1215) in Ontario.
Workers in this field were found across all industries of Ontario. Employment for supervisor, recording, distributing and scheduling occupations has seen steady growth over the past decade. The occupation is influenced by business and consumer demand for an array of products as well as the strength of the manufacturing industry. In stronger economic times, the movement of goods is often heightened, supporting the need for workers in supply and logistics fields. Economic growth in Ontario and the United States over the next few years is expected to spur commercial and private spending, increasing the need for the transportation of products and in turn, supervisors in this occupation. Since a sizeable portion of workers were employed within the manufacturing sector, prospects may improve as the industry recovers.
For positions related to recording, advancements in technology such as smart software which can automatically update records and track inventory, may reduce the need for supervisors as fewer support workers may be required by companies. Staff turnover and expansion needs will likely create most of the job openings in the medium term. Since many facilities operate on a 24-hour schedule, working various shifts and overtime are common within this occupational group. Supervisors with several years of related experience and knowledge of supply management practices and computer applications may have a more favourable outlook.
Here are some key facts about Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations in Ontario:
- Approximately 25,150 people work in this occupation.
- Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations mainly work in the following sectors:
- Wholesale trade (NAICS 41): 18%
- Other transportation and warehousing (NAICS 482-483, 486, 487, 493): 17%
- Other retail stores (NAICS 44-45, except 445): 12%
- Truck transportation (NAICS 484): 5%
- Management and administrative services (NAICS 55, 56): 5%
- 82% of Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations work all year, while 18% work only part of the year, compared to 66% and 34% respectively among all occupations.
- They fall into the following age groups:
- 15 to 24: less than 5% compared to 13% for all occupations
- 25 to 54: 82% compared to 69% for all occupations
- 55 years and over: 16% compared to 19% for all occupations
- The gender distribution of people in this occupation is:
- Men: 69% compared to 52% for all occupations
- Women: 31% compared to 48% for all occupations
- The educational attainment of workers in this occupation is:
- No high school diploma: 10% compared to 10% for all occupations
- High school diploma or equivalent: 38% compared to 26% for all occupations
- Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma: 7% compared to 7% for all occupations
- College certificate or diploma or university certificate below bachelor's: 28% compared to 28% for all occupations
- Bachelor's degree: 13% compared to 18% for all occupations
- University certificate, degree or diploma above bachelor level: less than 5% compared to 11% for all occupations
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Hamilton--Niagara Peninsula Region||(2 of 3 stars)||2016-04-15|
|Kingston - Pembroke Region||(Undetermined)||2016-04-15|
|Kitchener--Waterloo--Barrie Region||(2 of 3 stars)||2016-04-15|
|London Region||(2 of 3 stars)||2016-04-15|
|Ottawa Region||(2 of 3 stars)||2016-04-15|
|Stratford--Bruce Peninsula Region||(Undetermined)||2016-04-15|
|Toronto Region||(2 of 3 stars)||2016-04-15|
Additional Provincial Prospects
For additional information on current trends or the outlook for occupations in this province or territory, visit on: Provincial Job Futures - (Employment Prospects section) Web Site.
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).
- April 2016 | (PDF, 299 KB)
- March 2016 | (PDF, 280 KB)
- February 2016 | (PDF, 277 KB)
- January 2016 | (PDF, 248 KB)
- Annual Edition 2015 | (PDF, 344 KB)
- December 2015 | (PDF, 647 KB)
- November 2015 | (PDF, 248 KB)
- October 2015 | (PDF, 248 KB)
- September 2015 | (PDF, 647 KB)
- August 2015 | (PDF, 588 KB)
- July 2015 | (PDF, 683 KB)
- June 2015 | (PDF, 683 KB)
- Annual Edition 2014 | (PDF, 687 KB)
Provincial / Territorial Labour Market NewsWeek of Apr 25 - Apr 29, 2016
- A $1.8M investment will allow JD Aero, an aircraft maintenance company, to add 25 full-time jobs and some part-time jobs, and to accommodate new clients like WestJet and Horizon at the expanded hangar at the Sault Ste. Marie Airport
- Skyline Helicopter Technologies in Lively near Sudbury, will operate a customer support centre for logistics and maintenance support of the Lockheed Martin Sikorsky S-76 helicopter, creating two aerospace jobs with the possibility of more in the future
- The Flamborough GO Transit bus service and storage facility opened near downtown Hamilton, creating 100 permanent jobs
- Wajax Corporation, an industrial components distributor headquartered in Mississauga, will cut 10 percent of its workforce across Canada due to restructuring
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