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  • 40% of employers worldwide report having a tough time finding qualified workers - Manpower Inc Survey of 33,000 employers – Toronto Star, Feb 21, 2006

  • Canada created 269,000 new jobs in 2005 - Statistics Canada   » Full Story

  • Employment in Alberta increased by 10,000 in January - Statistics Canada   » Full Story

  • Employment is up 1.7% over last year - Statistics Canada   » Full Story

  • Canada unemployment rate lowest in over 30 years - Report on Business, Globe & Mail, October 8, 2005

  • 50 per cent of the companies surveyed said they intended to hire more people in the next 12 months. And a whopping 51 percent said they are facing labour shortages that restrict their ability to meet demand Report on Business, Globe & Mail, October 8, 2005

  • On average, Canadian women are having only 1.5 children each, far below the 2.1 necessary for a population to sustain itself. The labour supply is shrinking. - Canadian Business March 14-27, 2005

  • 30,000 skilled workers needed for Alberta’s oil sands project alone - The Globe and Mail March 21, 2005

  • 100,000 Workers needed for Alberta - The Canadian Press, October 5, 2005

  • 81,000 workers needed for mining industry - Business Edge, September 29, 2005 P. 5

  • 500,000 workers expected to soon retire from manufacturing industry - National Post, November 11, 2003

  • 37,300 new truck drivers needed per year - Today’s Trucking November 1, 2004

  • 33% of nurses in Canada is 50 years or older and eligible to retire in the five years - Report by the Canadian Institute for Health Information"

  • The demand for IT professionals doubled over the last 18 months - Canadian HR Reporter [2005]

  • Over 50% of automotive technicians are older than 40 and less than 8% are under 25. - Business Edge, September 29, 2005

  • Report shows Canada’s the cheapest industrialized country in which to do business

  • Over 50% of 76 industry associations surveyed reported they expect severe labour shortages. - Canadian HR Reporter, Jan 17/05

  • Almost 50% of Canada’s new immigrants settle in the Greater Toronto Area - Globe and Mail September 29, 2004

  • 51% of Canadian companies report experiencing labour shortages - Report on Business, Globe & Mail, October 8, 2005

  • BC Olympics projected to create 132,000 jobs and $13 billion in construction work - Canadian HR Reporter January 17, 2005

  • More than half of the current workforce in the mining industry is set to retire in the next 10 to 15 years. The average age of a miner is 50... it’s a critical shortage of skilled trades people, engineers and geo-scientists ... - Toronto Star March 8, 2005

  • By 2011 it is expected that immigration will account for all growth in the Canadian work force… attracting immigrants workers with the necessary skills must become a priority - Canadian HR Reporter, May 23/05