Skills Gap Study 2014
As the economy of Ontario continues to change along with national and global impacts so too does the Four County Region. It is important to know, with some degree of certainty, what assets and liabilities are present as we fashion a workforce and economic development strategy that keeps the region progressing to the future. This Skills Gap Study was commissioned by the Four County Labour Market Planning Board and its community partners as an update to the 2005 reports completed for Bruce Grey and Huron Perth.
The information in this report will provide recommendations to set guideposts that will keep us on track to building a successful, vibrant and sustainable future.
The First Step - Understanding the Skills Gap in Bruce County
The First Step - Understanding the Skills Gap in Grey County
The First Step - Understanding the Skills Gap in Huron County
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