With a strong, educated workforce with immediate access to a talent pool of thousands and close to internationally acclaimed post secondary institutions, Hamilton has the workforce needed for various investments in the city. Take a look at some of the details and learn more about the workforce you need to get the job done.
HAMILTON’S LABOUR MARKET AT A GLANCE
December 2016, Hamilton CMA (Source: Labour Force Survey)
|Labour force (x 1,000)||422.1 (+ 3800 people, monthly change)|
|Employment (x 1,000)||397.4 (+ 5300 people, monthly change)|
|Unemployment (x 1,000)||24.7 (-1500 people, monthly change)|
|Unemployment rate (percent)||5.9 (-0.4 points, monthly change)|
|Participation rate (percent)||64.6 (+0.5 points , monthly change)|
|Employment rate (percent)||60.8 (+0.7 points, montly change)|
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