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York Region’s Planning and Development Services Department is conducting two major employment surveys on long term career opportunities in York Region. They are looking for the input from York Region residents who are in the baby boomers or youth age groups.
Continue reading Retiring? Just Graduated? The Municipality of York Region Is Asking for Your Input
Hiring demand actually increased slightly in June compared to May in all four suburban GTA regions. However, since the hiring demand levels in May were among this year’s worst, the correction amounted for little more than a return to the flat trend that we have been seeing since the job market took a deep dive at the end of 2008. We are still not seeing signs of recovery in the Toronto area’s job markets, and we do not expect to see much in the way of recovery until the 3rd quarter of 2009. Continue reading Hiring Levels Still Low in Suburban Toronto
Research that we have done at VicinityJobs.com/FairyLakeJobs.net indicates that the ongoing recession has impacted hiring demand in York Region more severely than in most other suburban GTA communities. Our research is based on analysis of hundreds of thousands of postings for jobs in various suburban GTA communities published on all major online job boards and on a number of employer web sites.
Continue reading Hiring Demand Trends in York Region from VicinityJobs.com
The York South Simcoe Training and Adjustment Board is hosting an event funded by Employment Ontario, titled “Occupations in HealthCare expo”. This is a great opportunity for those considering a career in healthcare to learn about the options available to them, including educational requirements and income potentials associated with different jobs. Attendees will have the opportunity to talk face-to-face with healthcare professional, attend information seminars, ask questions, and receive a complimentary “Caring Careers” CD.
The event will take place from 12 pm to 8 pm on Thursday, May 7, 2009, at the Markham Civic Centre. The address is 101 Town Centre Blvd, Markham, ON L3R 9W3.
More information is available on the web site of the York South Simcoe Training and Adjustment Board: http://www.ysstab.on.ca