WEdata is the destination for labour market data in Windsor-Essex. On this page, you can browse some of the most commonly requested labour market data sets that we provide to jobseekers, employers, students, educators and the community. Click below to learn more about how our WEdata tools can help you!
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What is Labour Market Information?
Labour Market Information (LMI) describes all kinds of information used to make labour market decisions.
LMI includes information about:
- Jobs that are available in certain locations or sectors
- Employers that are hiring/laying off
- Working conditions
- What employers are looking for
- Job areas that likely will grow or shrink
- Unemployment rates
- The education/training needed for certain jobs or sectors
- Information about the people who are working in a location or sector
Frequently Asked Questions about LMI
Still have questions about LMI? Read our FAQs here.
LMI AVAILABLE FROM WORKFORCE WINDSORESSEX
Click below to view the kind of labour market data we can help you get.
WANT MORE HELP WITH LMI?
For help in understanding how you can use LMI view a previously recorded webinar or consult the LMI User Guide. The webinar and guide includes help on how to use LMI for career exploration, business planning, economic development and human resources.
3rd party RESOURCES
Our website is the best source for local labour market information in Windsor-Essex, however here are some national and provincial resources that may assist you. Again, if you’re looking for something in particular, try filling out a WEdata request form (above).