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1 LOCAL LABOUR MARKET CONSULTATION JONATHAN COULMAN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

2 Blind River Labour Market Demand Side

3 Top Employers in Blind River by Industry Health Care & Social Services 15% Health Care & Social Services 15% Retail Trade 14% Retail Trade 14% Manufacturing 10% Manufacturing 10% Public Administration 8% Public Administration 8% Education 7% Education 7% Accommodation and Food 7% Accommodation and Food 7% Construction 7% Construction 7% Other Services 9% Other Services 9% Quarrying 5% Quarrying 5% Source: 2011 National Household Survey 82% of all jobs

4 2013 Average Earnings by Industry Health Care & Social Services $46,234 Health Care & Social Services $46,234 Retail Trade $26,019 Retail Trade $26,019 Manufacturing $88,217 Manufacturing $88,217 Public Administration $43,872 Public Administration $43,872 Education $55,279 Education $55,279 Accommodation and Food $13,176 Accommodation and Food $13,176 Construction $43,294 Construction $43,294 Other Services $33,056 Other Services $33,056 Quarrying $N/A Quarrying $N/A Source: EMSI Data – Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours (SEPH) 82% of all jobs

5 Growth/Decline by Industry – 2006 to 2011 Health Care & Social Services - 2% Health Care & Social Services - 2% Retail Trade + 15% Retail Trade + 15% Manufacturing - 28% Manufacturing - 28% Education - 36% Education - 36% Construction - 15% Construction - 15% Source: 2011 National Household Survey $26,019 $46,234 $43,294 $88,217 $55,279

6 Importance of Small Business 86% of Employers in Blind River have less than 10 Employees Blind River Industry Sector – 2 digit NAIC NAICS Total Agriculture Mining Utilities Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation/Warehousing Information and Cultural Finance and Insurance Real Estate Professional, Scientific Tech Management of Companies Administrative Support Educational Services Health Care and Social Assist Arts, Entertainment & Rec Accommodation & Food Other Services Public Administration Total Number of Employers by Industry and Size Range in Blind River June 2014 Source: Business Register Division, Statistics Canada Source: Canadian Business Pattern Data, June 2014

7 Importance of Small Business Canada wide, small businesses are responsible for creating 77.7 percent of all private jobs from 2002 to Source: Statistics Canada, Labour Force Survey (LFS), 2012, and calculations by Industry Canada.

8 Growth of Small Business Blind River Industry Sector – 2 digit NAIC Number of Employers 2013Number of Employers 2014Absolute ChangePercent Change (%) Number of Employers by Employee Size Range in Blind River June 2013-June 2014 Source: Business Register Division, Statistics Canada Growth of Employers – by size. Who is this? Healthcare, Public Administration, Manufacturing Source: Canadian Business Pattern Data, June 2014

9 Blind River Labour Market Supply Side

10 Population Source: 2011 National Household Survey & 2006 Census Geography Population 2011 Population 2006 % Change Algoma115,870117, % Blind River3,5493, % Dubreuilville % Elliot Lake11,34811, % Michipicoten2,9753, % Sault Ste. Marie75,14174,9480.3% Spanish % Thessalon1,2791, % White River %

11 48.7 Median Age of Algoma’s Communities

12 ‘Super-age’ Populations Blind River is there 20% of Population over 65

13 Impact on overall Employment Numbers Source: 2011 National Household Survey & 2006 Census Ontario 2011 Population Participation rate Employment rate

14 14  In Blind River, three quarters of the labour force (population 15 and over) is 40+.  Based on the assumption that almost all of these people will retire by the age of 65, this means that 2,150 of the people who are in the 40+ category are projected to exit the labour force over the next 20 years and be replaced by the 1,395 people who are under the age of 40. Issue/Opportunity – Aging Workforce

15 Impact on Occupations Source: 2011 National Household Survey National Occupational Classification (NOC) Categories% over 45 5 Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport80% 9 Occupations in manufacturing and utilities59% 1 Business, finance and administration occupations50% 2 Natural and applied sciences and related occupations50% 0 Management occupations48% 7 Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations45% 6 Sales and service occupations38% 3 Health occupations36% 4 Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services35% 8 Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations0%

16 Blind River has an Aging Population Media Age is 48.7 years (Canada is 40.6 years) + Out migration of youth in Algoma Net out-migration of 1,160 people aged between 2007 and 2012 (2,761 in total) Low Immigration rates An aging Local Workforce + = Blind River Aging Workforce

17 Road Ahead What are the 2-3 most important (workforce) related issues that require immediate attention? Longer-term attention? What supports/systems do you see as necessary to address these issues? Past and current strategies – What is already being done locally to address the needs? What labour market information/tools can help you plan for your workforce/members?

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