Haliburton

We are pleased to provide occupational demand projections as well as sector demand projections for the Haliburton area.

Occupational Demand Projections

Below you will find occupational demand projections for the Haliburton area. The occupations are ranked based on the total projected growth between 2022 and 2027, and for each year, the numbers represent the projected number of people working in each occupation.

The occupations and their preceding four digit code are based on Employment and Social Development Canada’s National Occupational Classification (NOC) system. The NOC system consists of 500 unit groups which capture every occupation in the economy.

To learn more about occupational codes and the NOC system, please visit, Government of Canada – NOC.

Data Source: Economic Modelling Specialists International (Emsi)

OccupationNumber of Jobs in 2022Number of Jobs in 2027Job GrowthRank
7522 - Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers6885171
6211 - Retail sales supervisors148161132
1431 - Accounting and related clerks7688123
1521 - Shippers and receivers4657114
6411 - Sales and account representatives - wholesale trade (non-technical)8494105
7244 - Electrical power line and cable workers505996
7302 - Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews394787
7511 - Transport truck drivers10411288
3012 - Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses889689
6421 - Retail salespersons241248710
5254 - Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness6067711
6513 - Food and beverage servers5157612
7312 - Heavy-duty equipment mechanics3339613
7521 - Heavy equipment operators (except crane)104110614
2131 - Civil engineers2733615
6533 - Casino occupations1521616
3413 - Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates5964517
4212 - Social and community service workers5560518
6552 - Other customer and information services representatives4348519
3011 - Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors1924520
7301 - Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades3338521
6511 - Maîtres d'hôtel and hosts/hostesses1721422
7512 - Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators5660423
9537 - Other products assemblers, finishers and inspectors1620424
6611 - Cashiers145149425
2132 - Mechanical engineers1619326
4032 - Elementary school and kindergarten teachers4952327
1312 - Insurance adjusters and claims examiners1215328
3131 - Pharmacists1720329
2133 - Electrical and electronics engineers1214230
6525 - Hotel front desk clerks1517231
4166 - Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers1416232
6311 - Food service supervisors2325233
6221 - Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade1820234
3414 - Other assisting occupations in support of health services1315235
1123 - Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations1820236
2231 - Civil engineering technologists and technicians1517237
3234 - Paramedical occupations2729238
0013 - Senior managers - financial, communications and other business services1012239
7321 - Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers5860240
7441 - Residential and commercial installers and servicers2931241
4214 - Early childhood educators and assistants3941242
7313 - Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics1618243
2234 - Construction estimators1820244
6711 - Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations9293145
6622 - Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers9697146
7322 - Motor vehicle body repairers1415147
1511 - Mail, postal and related workers2021148
0423 - Managers in social, community and correctional services1617149
1525 - Dispatchers1314150

Sector Demand Projections

Below you will find sector demand projections for the Haliburton area. The sectors are ranked based on the total projected growth between 2022 and 2027, and for each year, the numbers represent the projected number of people working in each sector.

The sectors and their preceding two digit code are based on Statistics Canada’s North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). At the highest level of the hierarchal structure, the NAICS system divides the economy into 20 sectors.

To learn more about industry codes and the NAICS system, please visit, Statistics Canada – NAICS.

Data Source: Economic Modelling Specialists International (Emsi)

SectorNumber of Jobs in 2022Number of Jobs in 2027Job GrowthRank
44-45 - Retail trade10741132581
62 - Health care and social assistance640679392
23 - Construction674692183
81 - Other services (except public administration)179191124
41 - Wholesale trade166177115
54 - Professional, scientific and technical services181192116
56 - Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services174185117
72 - Accommodation and food services435445108
48-49 - Transportation and warehousing15316299
61 - Educational services303310710
11 - Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting5662611
31-33 - Manufacturing106112612
52 - Finance and insurance100106613
53 - Real estate and rental and leasing4246414
71 - Arts, entertainment and recreation7377415
21 - Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction3740316
51 - Information and cultural industries8787017
55 - Management of companies and enterprisesN/AN/AN/AN/A
22 - Utilities8786-118
91 - Public administration378360-1819

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