ICTC’s Outlook forecast offers:
- An all-inclusive study of the knowledge economy workforce in Canada, current and future;
- An analysis of:
– skills that are, and will be, in demand by region;
– the industry sectors in which skilled workers are predominantly employed — types, intensity and number of employees;
– the role of immigration, emigration and outsourcing;
– the structure of employment in both user and supplier organizations;
- An estimate of the impact of the principal drivers of change on the demand side, such as ICT spending and technology adoption;
- An estimate of the impact of the supply side drivers of change, such as enrolment, mid-career training, and retirement; and
- One and two year forecasts across the occupations and regions, extending out to five-years.
Developing, Attracting, and Advancing Indigenous Talent in ICT and STEM: Rapid expansion of new technologies such as Internet of Things, social, mobile, apps, analytics, cloud, and automation technologies across all sectors of Canada’s economy are increasing the demand for adaptable, innovative workers with information and communications technology (ICT) and more broadly science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) backgrounds. To increase the supply of ICT and STEM workers, it is important to engage all available talent, especially Indigenous peoples.
Digital Economy Supply 2015: Canada’s Post-Secondary Education Stream – To better understand the supply-side dynamics of skilled ICT talent, this study concentrates on: (a) the supply flow of talent from Canada’s post-secondary education system, and (b) labour market intelligence outlining the way forward to enable better decision making by the private sector, education system, policymakers, and all Canadians for a more productive, innovative, and globally competitive Canadian economy.
Outlook 2011-2016: is the fourth in a series of labour market reports issued by ICTC since 2008. The report is wholly new and more comprehensive than its predecessors. Providing a comprehensive array of fresh data on the state of HR for ICT employers along with an informed projection of the ICT landscape five years from now and recommendations on steps the sector can take today to address key areas of concern, Outlook 2011-2016 was developed to serve as a tool for action for the entire spectrum of Canada’s ICT stakeholders.
Outlook 2008-2015: Based on survey data and ground-breaking analysis by leading Canadian experts, ICTC’s Outlook on Human Resources in the ICT Labour Market: 2008-2015 is the first national and regional analysis and forecast of Canada’s need for skilled ICT workers. A regional analysis of the major drivers of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) (such as ICT spending, technological adoption, and globalization), is combined with a forecast by major occupational groups, major ICT functions, and skills.