Income and Expenditure Accounts Technical Series

    Human Resource Module of the Tourism Satellite Account - A Pilot Study for Ontario

    Appendix G: Table structure

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    The structure of the Human Resources Module (HRM) tables is detailed below.

    Tables are available for each of the five tourism industry groups (see Appendix C) included in the HRM, as well as a total for all industries.

    Total employment, hours worked and wages and salaries are available for each industry group. Derived variables including average annual hours worked, average annual wage and salary and average hourly wages are also included.

    These variables are split into the following categories:

    • a. Full-time female
      b. Part-time female
      c. Full-time male
      d. Part-time male
      e. Total male
      f. Total female
      g. Total part-time
      h. Total full-time
      i. Total

    Each of the above categories are split into occupational details (see Appendix F).

    The categories "e" to "h" are further split into immigrants and non immigrants, while the category "i" is further divided up into four age categories:

    • 15 to 24
      25 to 34
      35 to 44
      45 and over.

    It might be noted that for publication purposes, cells of the HRM tables are suppressed whenever the estimated number of jobs is less than twenty. Below this threshold, the data are considered confidential.

    Tables on annual employment in tourism industries are now available upon request. Tables on the annual employment directly attributable to tourism (i.e., tourism employment) and quarterly data are a work-in-progress. For more information, contact the information officer (613-951-3640;, Income and Expenditure Accounts Division.

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