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BC Labour Market Guide

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We will be collecting orders until April 10th and shipping the Guide to customers: April 29th, 2019

Pricing for the Guide is as follows:


Single Copies: $49.95/copy
2-3 Copies: $39.95/copy
4-10 Copies: $29.95/copy
10+ Copies: $19.95/copy


To order a copy (copies) of the BC Labour Market Guide, please send an email to with the following format:

Subject Line: Order for the BC Labour Market Guide
Body of the Email: (example)
Agency Name: Resourceful Career         Development
Address: Unit 230 - 555 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1K9
Tel: 604-628-5512
Contact: Susan Lee
Email Address:
Number of Guide Copies Order: 3


For more information please contact the:

BC Labour Market Report
PO Box 18148, 1215 56th Street

Delta, BV V4L 2M4
Tel: 604-288-2424


Announcing the NEW '2019 Edition' of the
BC Labour Market Guide


In the 2 years since we published the BC Labour Market Guide, the labour market has changed radically; new data on communities, occupations and industries has been released; and an increasing skills and labour shortage is prompting many British Columbia employers to transform the very nature of work.


With the development of the brand new 2019 BC Labour Market Guide, We've painstakingly reviewed this material to address emerging issues, provide new data, include new resources, and update existing resources. In addition to a comprehensive overview of labour market research strategies, we've also created new sections dedicated to:

The Gig Economy
BC's Occupations with the Brightest Outlook
The Role of Automation in the Coming Decade


With this information, we've updated all of the other sections in the 104-page Labour Market Guide including:


  1. Overview of BC’s Labour Market

  2. Analysis of the Demographic Outlook

  3. Exploration of Major Labour Market Trends

  4. Systems for Labour Market Research

  5. Opportunities to Network and Conduct Information Interviews

  6. Seeking Mentorship Opportunities

  7. Occupational Research

  8. Educational Research and Planning

  9. Career Planning

  10. Trades and Apprenticeship Resources

  11. Public Sector Employers

  12. Resources for Aboriginals, Youth, Women, Those with Disabilities and Immigrants

  13. Industry Research

  • Construction

  • Education

  • Finance, Insurance, Real Estate

  • Government

  • Health Care and Social Assistance

  • Information and Culture

  • Manufacturing

  • Natural Resources

  • Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

  • Retail

  • Tourism, Accommodation and Hospitality

  • Transportation and Warehousing 

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