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Nursing graduate classes of 2012 through 2022 have got much to look forward to. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the RN workforce is expected to grow by 526,800 by 2022. The Bureau also projects the need for 525,000 replacements nurses in the workforce bringing the total number of job openings for nurses due to growth and replacements to 1.05 million by 2022. These figures are for the U.S. only. Other developed nations, such as Canada, are expected to face similar shortages.
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The Canadian Province of Quebec is among Canada's 10 provinces with a high demand for nurses. Figures obtained from online searches show Quebec is second only to its sister province British Columbia. Several factors are triggering demand: 1. A nursing workforce nearing retirement age 2. Nursing school enrollment not meeting current and project demands 3. An aging population. 3. Shortages in nursing faculty. 4. High turnovers in the profession, just to name a few.
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The oil and construction industries in Canada have been a blessing for tradesmen/women. Demand for trade professionals (electricians, plumbers, carpenters, crane operators, oil and gas workers, etc) have been fairly consistent.
Canada needs 182,000 IT professionals to fill positions for information systems analysts and consultants, computer and network operators, Web technicians, software engineers and others in by 2019, according to an IT labor market report released this week. The shortfall stems from a series of factors including, but not limited to, skills mismatch within the industry, demand-supply imbalances and an aging workforce. But that is not all. Growth in the industry is expected as the emergence of tech trends such as big data, mobility and the increasing sophistication of cyber-attacks have raised the demand for IT professionals. In fact, we have seen in recent months both the provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick prioritize processing for ITs. We listed areas where we think demand exists.