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The Labour Market is the big-picture view of employment in Saskatchewan. This section contains information on labour market statistics, reporting and analysis, as well as labour market agreements and other related programs and services.   

Our ministry works with Labour Market Information (LMI) including statistics, forecasts, reporting and analysis. An important function for the LMI Branch is to match workers with employment needs in the province, which results in lower unemployment and a higher functioning economy.

Information regarding the Canada-Saskatchewan Labour Market Agreement (LMA) and Canada-Saskatchewan Labour Market Development Agreement (LMDA).

Access 2013 wage survey information for 346 occupations and job vacancy rates for 280 occupations in Saskatchewan, as well as wage information from previous years.

On March 11, 2011, the Government of Saskatchewan partnered with the Government of Canada and Saskatchewan Tribal Councils to ensure First Nations people are full participants in our economic prosperity.

Related Documents

Detailed insight on the Bakken oil and gas region in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, prepared by the Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada (now Enform Canada). Includes descriptive information on the labour force, labour demand, mobility, and best practices in the industry.

Report highlights on Canada’s Bakken oil and gas play produced by the Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada (now Enform Canada).

Report prepared by the Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada (now Enform Canada) Provides detailed insight on the Saskatchewan portion of the Bakken oil and gas region.  Includes descriptive information on the labour force, labour demand, mobility, and best practices.

Related Links

The Labour Demand Outlook, prepared by PetroLMI (a division of Enform), provides labour demand projections and analyses for the province, by sector and by key occupation, based on two sets of scenarios.

This spreadsheet provides a detailed, year-over-year breakdown of labour demand data to 2020. The spreadsheet is useful for those who will require a more detailed analyses of the data and can be used to customize charts and/or as key inputs into workforce planning.

The Saskatchewan Detailed Occupational Employment Outlook provides a perspective on employment prospects, which are the current and future employment opportunities for various occupations over the five‐year forecast period, 2015 to 2019.

The Saskatchewan Industrial Employment Outlook projects employment growth in the province by industry for the five-year period, 2015-2019.

The Saskatchewan Occupational Employment Outlook projects employment growth by occupational group for the five-year period, 2015-2019.

The Saskatchewan Bureau of Statistics is located within the Ministry of Finance and is the designated focal point for communications with Statistics Canada and dissemination of its information.

A monthly household survey is designed to provide reliable estimates of employment and unemployment for Canada and the provinces and territories.



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