NWPB recognizes that access to information on local job demand is important for numerous community organizations including service providers, job seekers, educators, and those involved in future-focused planning. This project serves our community partners by highlighting local jobs and skills that are in-demand for Niagara’s key sectors. Click here to view our latest data.
Our work on supporting Niagara through the COVID-19 pandemic has identified particular areas of concern for the region:
1) Women’s employment in the local labour force
2) Employment in the local tourism industry’s
To ensure decision makers and community collaborators have current data on these areas, NWPB is producing a monthly dashboard that captures gender-focused employment data and tourism-focused employment data. The dashboard can be accessed through this link.
The second of our quarterly reports on this topic takes a deep dive into recent tourism-focused job demand. Click here to access that report.
NWPB’s annual labour market report provides insights on the employment trends and local job demand at the annual level. This is an invaluable tool for employers who want a comprehensive look into the workforce data for their industry and community.
Click here to view resources outlining Niagara’s labour market indicators including our 2021 Labour Market Update, and labour market snapshots highlighting industry trends.
Our 2020 annual report which examined the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on local employment is available here.
You can also access archived copies of reports from previous years through this link.
Our job mapping tool is a one-stop-shop that provides real-time updates on job opportunities within the Niagara region. We collect data from multiple job boards, allowing individuals a single place to search for employment opportunities. Our job map also has connections to child care providers, bus routes, employment service providers, newcomer settlement organizations, and so much more. Click here to start your search.
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.