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Labour Market Research and Reports

Employer Webinar: Engineering Labour Market Trends, PEO Licensing Process and OSPE Supports

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Employer Webinar: Engineering Labour Market Trends, PEO Licensing Process and OSPE Supports

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This 1 hour webinar is a presentation for employers sharing pertinent information on engineering labour market trends and the skills gap, an overview of the PEO licensing process and OSPE programming to support employers.

 

The Engineering Labour Market in Canada: Projections to 2020 Report

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The Engineering Labour Market in Canada: Projections to 2020 Report

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Engineers Canada, through its labour market research, developed this report which tracks current supply and demand needs for professional engineers and projections through to the year 2020.

 

Skills Shortages in the Engineering Labour Market Presentation

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Skills Shortages in the Engineering Labour Market Presentation

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This presentation shares key findings from the Engineers Canada report, The Engineering Labour Market in Canada: Projections to 2020, and results from research OSPE conducted with Prism Economics and Analysis on Ontario employer perspectives on engineering skills gaps and hiring challenges.

 

From the World to the Workforce: Hiring and Recruitment Perceptions of Engineering Employers and Internationally Trained Engineers in Ontario

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From the World to the Workforce: Hiring and Recruitment Perceptions of Engineering Employers and Internationally Trained Engineers in Ontario

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The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) is pleased to announce the release of our research report, From the World to the Workforce: Hiring and Recruitment Perceptions of Engineering Employers and Internationally Trained Engineers in Ontario.

Support for the report was provided through funding from the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada. The purpose of this report is to present research findings that will support the development of more effective strategies to improve the integration of internationally trained engineers (ITEs) into the Canadian engineering labour market. For the purposes of this report, the term "internationally trained engineers" or "ITEs" refers to engineering graduates who have already immigrated to and currently live in Canada.