NWPB serves the Niagara region through the delivery of objective, accurate, and future-focused analysis on employment, workforce, and economic trends. We work in partnership with employers across the region, and with workforce planning networks across Ontario.
Through the delivery of the Niagara Immigrant Connections Initiative, we provide Niagara’s newcomers to Canada with the support they need to advance their careers.
We have established strong working partnerships with local businesses, government organizations, industry associations, educational institutions, and not-for-profits throughout Niagara. We believe in connecting our community and building a cooperative network of people and resources committed toward the common goal of a healthy, thriving economy in which everyone can participate.
In all of our work, we strive to serve the Niagara region as a trusted community resource, providing data and insight in support of a diverse and talented workforce that contributes to a prosperous community. Through collaboration and partnership, our work prepares all Niagara residents for the workforce challenges and opportunities of today and the future.
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In our previous post we provided data outlining the unequal employment impacts for men and women. This post also explores how factors such as occupation of employment may contribute to these differences.
Akinyode’s path toward becoming a pharmacist in Canada isn’t one she has had to walk on her own. She had turned to the Niagara Workforce Planning Board (NWPB) to see what she needed to do to get her career back on track.
We are collecting data to better understand who is looking for work and what kind of opportunities jobseekers are searching for. This data is completely anonymous and non-personally identifiable.