Exploring Labour Mobility and Income Change
Exploring Labour Mobility and Income Change is a project that was developed to respond to a labour mobility data gap by a group of workforce planning boards and local economic development organizations in southwestern Ontario and coordinated by the Rural Ontario Institute with provincial funding assistance. The aim of the project is to ascertain the extent to which information concerning the relationship between labour mobility and income change could be seen as both valuable and useful to communities.
This project involved four pilot communities. Grey County was one of those communities. To read the results for Grey County please view pages 12 to 33 of the report.
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