The Aboriginal labour force in Western Canada - ARCHIVED

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By 2017, Aboriginal persons of working age (15 and older) are projected to number close to a million about 3.4% of the working-age population overall. With anticipated labour shortages in many areas, this growing population may constitute an important pool of workers. Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations in Western Canada are compared in terms of employment, occupational distribution, and skill level.

Issue Number: 2007101
Author(s): Luffman, Jacqueline; Sussman, Deborah
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HTMLMarch 20, 2007
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