Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the past five years, operators in the Employment and Recruiting Agencies industry have had to contend with the recession's lingering effects, which have a induced a decline in the number of available positions for job seekers. The industry has evolved through the continued use of online resources and improvements to technology. In the five years to 2019, industry operators are anticipated to benefit from an improved labour market.
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Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
Business locations within the Employment Recruiting Agencies industry largely reflect the country's national population distribution. Since the industry relies on face-to-face communication and personalized services, industry establishments are most commonly situated in large, metropolitan labour markets possessing a high number of employers and job applicants.
Ontario has the largest share of industry enterprises. Due to the high population density of the greater Toronto area and the capital city of Ottawa, 46.0% of industry recruiters operate in the province. The industry's concentration in Ontario falls above the province's estimated 38.8% share of the total population... purchase to read more