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Ottawa Employment Hub & Unearth Education - Learn how to speak to children and youth about careers and skills for their future. About this Event Are you a parent, teacher, or other adult (trusted advisor) that works/volunteers with children and youth? Are you wondering how to speak to children and youth about different career paths? Are you curious on how to advise children and youth about the skills that are required by employers for...

The Local Labour Market Plan (LLMP) is an annual report prepared by Ottawa Employment Hub (OEH) to share labour market information (LMI) and insight into the supply and demand sides of Ottawa’s labour market, with the goal of improving LMI awareness and literacy among diverse community audiences. The statistical data, together with qualitative input from employers, service providers and other stakeholder groups, will serve as a common knowledge base of...

Ottawa Employment Hub published the Accommodation and food services Sector Spotlight 2020 (based on number of jobs in 2019).  This report provides a definition of the Accommodation and food services sector, shows how this sector stacks up against other top sectors in Ottawa, and takes a closer look at local employment, self-employment, business size and employer counts, as well as online supply and demand data. Highlights from the Accommodation and food...

Ottawa Employment Hub is pleased to publish the second Monthly Labour Market Bulletin to provide a view of the changing local labour market during the current COVID-19 situation. Explore the August bulletin to see what industry sectors and occupations have been most impacted in Ottawa....

Lifesize dinosaur models. Vodka made from milk. The guitar pedal used by Lady Gaga’s guitarist. What do they have in common? All of them were made in eastern Ontario. Does that list surprise you a bit? When you think of Ottawa and the valley, you might think of federal government jobs, or high tech. But not only is there a vibrant manufacturing sector in eastern Ontario – it is actually growing! The...