Tourism HR Canada

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Tourism HR Canada is a national organization working for the tourism sector in Canada, a $88.5 billion industry employing over 1.7 million people including over 500,000 youth. The organization works to identify and address labour market issues in the Canadian tourism sector. Its main goals include improving the quality and mobility of the tourism workforce and supplying tourism businesses with the labour market intelligence they need to plan for and overcome their current and future human resource challenges.

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Labour Market Information

Labour Market Information

Are you looking for up-to-date information on the state of the tourism industry? Each year, Tourism HR Canada conducts, updates, and publishes several major reports containing the most recent data of interest to members of the tourism sector.

Qualifications Frameworks

Qualifications Frameworks

See how your qualifications compare to certificates, diplomas, and degrees across education and industry with the Culinary and Hospitality Qualifications Frameworks.

Discover Tourism

Discover Tourism

Tourism is everywhere. And whether you’re looking for short-term income, a flexible job opportunity, or a rewarding career, you’ll find an opportunity that’s right for you in tourism.

 

News

Canadian Tourism Employment Monthly Snapshot – April 2016

Thursday, May 26, 2016

In April 2016, the unemployment rate in the tourism sector was at 6.8%, which is 0.1% higher than the rate reported in April 2015.

Tourism HR Canada and eStaffMatch Announce Partnership Agreement

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Tourism HR Canada and eStaffMatch are pleased to announce a partnership that will see them working towards common goals.

Canadian Travellers' Perceptions of the Accommodation Industry

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

In early 2016, the Hotel Association of Canada surveyed 1,500 Canadians about their business and leisure travel.

Tourism HR Canada and Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada Announce Partnership

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Tourism HR Canada and the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada are pleased to announce a new formal working relationship.