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Workforce Population Showing Representation by Employment Equity Occupational Groups and National Occupational Classification Unit Groups for Women, Aboriginal Peoples and Visible Minorities, 2016 Census
Canadian citizen workforce population showing representation by Employment Equity Occupational Groups for women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minorities, 2016 Census.
Workforce Population Showing Representation by Employment Equity Occupational Groups for Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Persons with Disabilities and Visible Minorities, 2016 Census.
Percentage of visible minorities by occupational group
The data table is adapted from the 2006 Census showing workforce population and representation by Employment Equity Occupational Groups (2006 NOC) for visible minorities group and sub-groups.
The Employment Equity Act prescribes that this report cover the portions of the public service of Canada set out in Schedules I and IV of the Financial Administration Act. Seventy-three departments, agencies and commissions comprise the core public administration (CPA), for which the Treasury Board is the employer (see Table 1). The statistics in this report include only employees working for these organizations, which numbered 181,356 on March 31, 2014. This report includes information on indeterminate employees, term employees of three months or more, and seasonal employees, with the exception of those seasonal employees who are on leave without pay at the end of March for each fiscal year.
The NOC is the product of a partnership between Statistics Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada. The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is the nationally accepted taxonomy and organizational framework of occupations in the Canadian labour market. The basic principle of classification of the NOC is that of kind of work performed. The NOC 2011 updates both the National Occupational Classification 2006 of Employment and Social Development Canada and Statistics Canada's National Occupational Classification for Statistics (NOC-S) 2006.
Percentage of designated group members and age range of minority groups within CSIS
Population representations, participation rate, unemployment rate and earnings for the designated groups, 2006 Census and 2011 National Household Survey
The National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2016 updates the National Occupational Classification 2011. The NOC has been developed and maintained as part of a collaborative partnership between Employment and Social Development Canada and Statistics Canada. This update of the classification reflects ongoing occupational research and consultation to incorporate information on new occupations.