labour market insights
Top Viewed Jobs
The top 5 jobs that were viewed by job seekers were in the service and support staff industries, including retail, hospitality, and office support. Those that viewed these job opportunities were most commonly younger women.
Top positions (by NOC code)
1241: Administrative assistants
6552: Other customer and information services representatives
6421: Retail salespersons
6513: Food and beverage servers
621: Sales and service occupations
4412: Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations
7514: Delivery and courier service drivers
9619: Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities
Women aged 35 to 54 years old were most likely to view job postings for Administrative Assistants. Administrative Assistant positions were most commonly in office settings, including legal practices, construction sites, and banking institutions.
Customer Service Representative jobs were viewed relatively equally between women and men, though interested male job seekers were often younger than female job seekers. Older job seekers interested in the positions were often male, including those between the ages of 55 to 74 years old. Positions were available at a variety of businesses, including those hardware stores, car dealerships, and insurance companies. Positions were also available for bilingual candidates.
Retail Salesperson positions were viewed for full-time, part-time, and seasonal opportunities. The positions for salespersons and servers were most viewed by women aged 15-24 and 35-54 and men aged 15-24.
Food and Beverage Serving positions were viewed most often by women, with approximately one-third of interest by women.
Females were more likely to select Receptionist jobs than males. 39% of job postings were viewed by females between the age of 35 to 54 years old. Many of the jobs chosen were for medical receptionist positions, including in dental, chiropractic, and clinic offices.
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ABOUT THIS REPORT:
The monthly Job Demand Report for Windsor-Essex is created by Workforce WindsorEssex using data collected from 14 unique national, provincial and locally-significant job boards. Between May 2017 and March 2019, job posting data was purchased from CEB Talent Neuron.
The monthly Job Search Report for Windsor-Essex is created by Workforce WindsorEssex using data collected from four job finding tools, including WEexplore, WEmap jobs, WEjobs board, and the Bridge Timeline Tool. Gender and age information of users is voluntarily shared with the organization.
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