Demographics, technology and sustainability are among several shifts changing the jobs, skills and work arrangements that will be needed in the future. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated many of these changes and brought new force issues to the forefront.
This report examines five overarching trends and how they may affect the future of work in Atlantic Canada. Employers, workers, training institutions and governments will need to work together to facilitate a healthy, inclusive and sustainable labour market in light of these shifts.
This report is the fourth in a series examining the skills challenge in the region.