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A Taste of Agribusiness: A Labour Market Profile of the Agribusiness and Food Processing Cluster in Hamilton
Hamilton’s agricultural sector has grown to a $1.3 billion industry and provides great opportunity for the city's businesses and labour force. The City of Hamilton Economic Development Strategy identified agribusiness and food processing as a key cluster for business advancement.
Agribusiness is a $1.3 billion industry in Hamilton, and there are over 9400 people working directly in the agricultural and food process industries. This companion piece to WPH's A Taste of Agribusiness: A Labour Market Profile of the Agribusiness and Food Processing Cluster in Hamiton will be useful for job seekers and students.
This companion piece to Checking the Pulse: A Labour Market Profile of the Health Care Industry in Hamilton offers useful information for job seekers and students. Featured are facts about the types of work available for people at Skill Level A to D. Find out what employers are saying about how health care in Ontario is being transformed due to an aging population.
With an increase in employment of over 10% between 2007 and 2012, the health care sector is one of the Hamilton CMA's (which includes Burlington and Grimsby) fastest growing areas of economic development. This report includes an overview of the broad health care sector in Hamilton, information on ambulatory health care services, hospitals, and nursing and residential care facilities.
Growing the Potential of Life Sciences in Hamilton: A labour market profile of the life sciences cluster in Hamilton, Ontario
The life sciences cluster brings together researchers, businesses and academics across different industries to improve our understanding and quality of life. The City of Hamilton defines life sciences as "the branches of science that involve living organisms and the use of scientific tools and techniques in research, development and manufacturing activities."
This report defines the life sciences cluster, discusses the future of the cluster, and talks about Hamilton in the comparative context.
Lists steps to apprenticeship; career profiles of construction sector occupations including job responsibilities, education required, future job outlook, etc.
This poster was created to highlight the career opportunities in the Goods
Movement Sector in Hamilton. It was created in conjunction with the Move on Up career profiles guide.
The Move on Up project was developed to promote the many challenging and lucrative careers in the goods movement cluster in Hamilton.