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
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No employment outlook has been assigned to Plateless printing equipment operators in the Edmonton region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Mar 13 - Mar 17, 2017
- The University of Alberta is receiving $14M for energy sustainability research from Mexico's Ministry of Energy Hydrocarbon Fund. The collaborative five-year projects will enable researchers in Canada to partner with Mexican research institutions.
- The Treaty Six First Nations recently held their fourth annual career fair in Edmonton. The event hoped to draw more than 3,000 Indigenous job-seekers for an estimated 16,500 jobs on offer.
- The Government of Canada is providing over $430,000 to four community projects in Edmonton, to improve local amenities
- Fort Edmonton Park is set to undergo a $160M expansion and upgrade thanks to funding from the federal, provincial and municipal governments. The improvement work is expected to begin this fall and should be complete by spring 2020.
- John Fluevog Shoes is opening in Edmonton, tentatively on March 25, 2017
- RBC is opening a banking centre in the Edmonton Tower in fall 2017. Gateway Newstands and Tim Hortons are also expected to open their doors in the building in summer 2017.
- The City of St. Albert has approved changes to a land-use bylaw that would allow Landrex, a property development company, to build a a U-STORE-IT Canada facility
- Water Wings, an employment initiative for vulnerable job seekers at Boyle Street Community Services in Edmonton, is cutting its enrolment due to funding issues
- Wetaskiwin-based Flying Tiger Aviation Ltd. and Shengda Xiang Yun Aviation Ltd. of Yongcheng, China are setting up a joint venture to manufacture airplanes. Shengda will supply the financing and Flying Tiger will provide the aviation experience.
- The University of Alberta has opened a radiation therapy training facility at the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton. It is estimated that up to 50% of Alberta's current radiation therapy workforce could retire in the next 5 to 10 years.
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