Right now, TSNO members have free access to the Labour Market Information Tool and are actively using it to gain insights into regional and demographic trends. This data helps to inform how members can best manage around the effects of COVID-19 and other unforeseen economic shocks. TSNO members can view statistics, compensation data, and track employer demand to make more informed decisions about recruiting, training and what value they can provide to attract and retain employees.
The Ontario Tourism Education Corporation (OTEC) has partnered with FutureFIT AI to bring the Labour Market Information tool to 43 regions across Ontario.
DISCLAIMER: This tool is not optimized for mobile and touch-device use. It is best suited for larger tablets, laptops or desktops. We recommend using Google Chrome, as Safari users may have to enable third party cookies to visualize this site.
What are the top 10 occupations? Who are the top 10 employers? What education and experience requirements are trending? What are the top certifications required? How do you set realistic salary expectations? What are the top 10 specialized skills that are in demand right now? Is there any historical data that we can learn from to inform recovery strategies? These are just of the questions that can be answered with the data and insights the LMI tool can provide.
Relevant and reliable labour market information can:
Tourism SkillsNet Ontario (TSNO) provides our partners with timely, localized and usable labour market information work and skill requirement trends. Our interactive dashboard provides accessible, clear and usable information to facilitate decision-making by employers, policy markers, service provides and job seekers.
Our customized regional labour market snapshots, as well as, trend analysis, are designed to inform short-term and long-term workforce planning, marketing and investment strategies.