Growing Work Force

SKILLED AND EDUCATED LABOUR FORCE:

According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Canada is home to one of the most educated populations in the world. The Toronto Region is home to an unparalleled talent pool with the skills, knowledge and experience you need to enhance your bottom line.

According to the 2006 Census, 66.1% of Halton Hills' residents ages 25-54 were Post-Secondary graduates.  In fact, 92.2% of Halton Hills' residents have high school or higher education.

 

 

LABOUR COSTS:

Halton Region, including Halton Hills, labour costs data

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UNEMPLOYMENT RATE HALTON REGION:  Q3 2017:  4.2%

2016 EMPLOYMENT RATES, HALTON REGION

Halton Region unemployment rate:  5.5%

Toronto unemployment rate: 7.0%

Ontario unemployment rate: 6.6%

Canada unemployment rate: 7.0%

Source: Halton Region Data Centre

 

POPULATION:

Halton Region, 2016:  548,435

Town of Halton Hills Population Growth:  4%, between 2011 and 2016

2016: 61,160

2011: 59, 010

2006: 55, 290

2001: 48,184

Source: Statistics Canada (2006 Census)

 

 

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