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Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks  (NOC 1452)
North Shore Region
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Included Cities in Region | Service Canada Offices

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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 Fair   (2 of 3 stars) 2017-12-15

The employment outlook will be fair for Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks (NOC 1452) in Nova Scotia for the 2017-2019 period.

The following factors contributed to this outlook:

  • Employment decline will lead to the loss of a few positions.
  • Several positions will become available due to retirements.
  • There are a small number of unemployed workers with recent experience in this occupation.

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:
    • Federal government public administration (NAICS 911): 16%
    • Hospitals (NAICS 622): 16%
    • Provincial and territorial public administration (NAICS 912): 13%
    • Information and cultural industries (NAICS 51): 11%
    • Other professional, scientific and technical services (NAICS 5414, 5416-5419): 5%
  • The distribution of full-time and part-time workers in this occupation is:
    • Full-time workers: 86% compared to 81% for all occupations
    • Part-time workers: 14% compared to 19% for all occupations
  • 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.
  • 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) 2017-12-15
    Cape Breton Region Undetermined   (Undetermined) 2017-12-15
    Halifax Region Fair   (2 of 3 stars) 2017-12-15
    North Shore Region Undetermined   (Undetermined) 2017-12-15
    Southern Region Undetermined   (Undetermined) 2017-12-15

Provincial / Territorial Labour Market News

Please consult the North Shore Region and Canada tabs for more useful information related to outlook.
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